Punting in predictable weather: Cambridge, UK

  Off to Cambridge, England, I went this weekend to discover the appeal of this well known university town. And whilst the weather was a perfectly predictable example of a British October weekend,… Continue reading

Highlights of Havana, Cuba

 

Trips to Cambridge, Budapest and Vienna ahead!

Upcoming trips ahead include a weekend in the English University city of Cambridge in a couple of weeks time. Hoping to explore the colleges and old pubs, and if the weather holds I… Continue reading

Temple etiquette and the Grand Palace, Bangkok, Thailand

The first stop on any trip to Thailand, or stop over in Bangkok, should be the Grand Palace. The grounds are a visual delight, and glisten with gold and mother of pearl. There… Continue reading

The Citadella, Gozo

The Citadella, or Citadel, in the heart of Gozo’s capital of Victoria, has a rich history and is on the list to be considered as UNESCO World Heritage Site. This fortified town within… Continue reading

Ġgantija temples, Gozo, Malta

The name of these megalithic temples roughly translates as ‘Giants Grotto’ and they are older than both the Egyptian pyramids and Stonehenge in the UK. Situated in Xaghra on the Maltese island of Gozo,… Continue reading

Ramla Bay, Gozo, Malta

Close to the small town of Xagħra in Gozo, Malta, you will find a long windy road down to a large, wide bay of rich red sand. As one of the only sandy beaches… Continue reading

Gozo village life

I stayed in the lovely village of Gharb in the North West corner of Gozo, Malta. And it just so happened to be their summer festa week during my stay! Each time I… Continue reading

Introducing your new best friend

I would like to introduce you to your best friend in Gozo, Malta. Peter is the adventurous sort, having travelled extensively and wound up on Gozo restoring an old farmhouse. He is passionate… Continue reading

DWEJRA BAY, GOZO (PART 2)

The inland sea at Dwejra, Gozo, was created by an entire cave system collapsing in on itself, and is connect to the sea by a narrow cave through the rocks. It is a… Continue reading