I wasn’t but a clumsy cub when I went through the Raganello Gorge for the first time. During my summer holidays in Southern Italy, in an Italian-Albanian small village in the Pollino mountains called Civita, the gorge was our magnificent … Read More
The day started with baking cakes inside oranges and ended with my daughter’s first tooth falling out. Living in Dubai, we felt the need to escape the man-made madness where the only views are from the top of a skyscraper, … Read More
I love sports that can be enjoyed in the great outdoors, surrounded by nature so I was over the moon that our first full day of the blog trip would be spent trekking in the Tramuntana Mountain Range a (UNESCO world heritage site) which runs 90KM along the entire Northwestern coast of the island. About an hours drive from the seaside resort of Soller, we commenced our day trek with a warm welcome from the donkeys who were ready and waiting for us at the entrance to the Park.
We had already conquered Huayna Potosi (6088m) five days previously but we were still craving something a little more challenging and Mount Illimani (6490m) was going to be the one: its six peaks loom over La Paz dominating the landscape. … Read More
Many travelers sail through Otavalo, only making time to see the Saturday market which of course is a must see. The surrounding area also has numerous other activities and things to do. Both Otavalo and Cotacachi sit in the spectacular … Read More
Ciudad Perdida is an ancient city built by the Tairona people in 700AD in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta jungle, Colombia. Only officially found in 1975, it is still relatively undiscovered by mass tourism: just 40 people visit the … Read More
Day 2 of our adventures in the Sierra Nevada del Cocuy After staying the night at Cabanas del Pulpito, we were keen to do the trek to Laguna Grande. However we were just debating whether our tired legs could carry … Read More