Vlog #29: Here’s an account of the most amazing time I had in Turkey’s Cappadocia — I got to admire so much beauty, immerse myself in so much history, and got on a hot-air balloon ride!
Vlog #28: Just a quick half day trip to Turkey’s capital city of Ankara — where I got to visit a mausoleum, castle ruins, and have Turkish food for the first time!
Vlog #27: Here’s how I spent exploring the beautiful city of Dublin in three days — from universities, cathedrals and museums, to the Guinness factory!
Ending the last part of my four part series on Turkey with Parlo Tours in the beautiful city of Istanbul — home to some of the world’s most beautiful palaces, mosques and churches.
The third part of this four-part Turkey series with Parlo Tours takes us to the Aegean Region. It is here that I explored the ruins of Hierapolis, Ephesus, and Troy.
The second part of a four-part series of my trip to Turkey with Parlo Tours — in the region of Cappadocia. A wonderful experience with hot air balloons, cave hotels, and fairy chimneys.
Half a day in Ankara, the capital city of Turkey — where we experienced a tour of the city’s old and new. This is the first part of a four-part series of my trip to Turkey with Parlo Tours.
Once upon a time in my life, Edinburgh was home for about 3 years. I went back again one summer more than 30 years later — and rediscovered the city. Here is a list of the 10 things I remembered most on that visit.
My itinerary exploring the beautiful and historical city of Dublin. From visiting museums and learning about the city’s past, to lots of shopping and Guinness-drinking — it was a fun three days!
Here is a list of some of the best things to do while visiting the Irish capital of Dublin — and its more than beer, shamrocks and leprechauns!
A lovely time in this Welsh seaside town — I got to sit on a 100-year-old tram, got a bird’s eye view of rolling meadows, and explored a bronze-age mine.
My weekend visit to UK’s Peak District town of Bakewell — where you can find the famous pie, walk along a peaceful river and visit a stately home.
An account of unexpected situations that I’ve encountered on my travels — here’s how I got stranded at the wrong airport in the middle of the night.
In Dubrovnik, I stared, I gawked, and I got lost in its beauty. With so many stunning churches, palaces and buildings filled with so much history — I was left in awe. This was how I spent my 3 days in the city.
Lokrum island makes a lovely day trip out of the city. From monasteries and forts, natural wonders and the sea, and a wealth of history — there is so much to explore in this small island.
Imagine a sea of orange-roofed buildings, the endless blue ocean, and white-stone paths that curve along steep cliffs. These are views from the old Dubrovnik walls, and this was my walk around it.