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.
I had a 10-hour transit in Amsterdam; and decided to make the most of my time in the city. I walked along the canals, visited a museum, and even had a traditional Dutch meal.
Travel Video: Here’s a short video montage I patched together of my winter visit to the frosty city of Tromso, way up north of Norway near the Arctic circle. I’ve never been so cold!
During my visit to Norway, I spent a cold winter’s weekend in the capital city, Oslo. 2 days was just enough time to have an easy-going introduction to this charming city.
Apart from being one of the best places to see the northern lights, Tromso is a beautiful city with so much to offer; scenery, art, history and food– even when its dark all day long, in winter.
Husky sledding has to be one of the most exhilarating rides I’ve ever been on– especially zooming along in minus-degree temperatures, chilly winds and thick snow.
A mix of old and new, medieval and urban; the city of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne exudes elegance and strength. With only 24 hours to explore the city, I wanted to take a walk into its olden times, while exploring its modern elements.
Looking beneath its aging exterior, Liverpool is a vibrant city that is filled with cultural heritage; known for its strong love of football and for being the home of the world-wide sensation, the Beatles.
If you want a picture postcard-perfect picture, there’s no better place to get one than in Bruges. The town is so pretty that it gives you the feeling of walking into a real life fairy-tale town.
Brussels, the capital of Belgium, is such a pretty city. I had a wonderful time exploring the city in winter, and here’s sharing the top 10 favorite things I did on my visit.
Zermatt is a pretty village tucked deep in the Swiss Alps and home to the mesmerizing Mount Matterhorn. With snow so white and scenery so beautiful… it’s like walking into a picture.