One of the Dodecanese islands, Rhodes (ro-dos) abounds in beaches, wooded valleys and ancient history.
Winding through lanes that were only wide enough for one; the sky was growing darker and I had two thoughts…. Please don’t be camping in the middle of winter And then, Please please be one of those awesome treehouses I’ve seen on Canopy & Stars. This is my belated birthday surprise weekend away. Organised totally […]
A global travel trend that’s hard to swallow, dark tourism takes travellers to places that are identified with tragedy, suffering, death and destruction. These are destinations such as war zones, nuclear blast sites, genocide prisons, tombs – places that are eerie, dangerous, scary and often bizarre. Dark tourism takes us to places which are considered taboo […]
6 of the original Ancient 7 wonders of the world have been largely destroyed or have disappeared. New authors have attempted to redo the list based on present day observations. The Original 7 wonders of the world are now known as The 7 Ancient Wonders of the World but are essentially the original list. They […]
Home of the cuckoo clock, the Schwarzwald (Black Forest) gets its name from its dark, slightly sinister canopy of evergreens: this is where Hansel and Gretel encountered the wicked witch. The vast expanse of hills, valleys, rivers and forests stretch from the swish spa town of Baden-Baden to the Swiss border, and from the Rhine […]
Surrounded by forest 93km south of Frankfurt, Germany’s oldest and most famous university town is renowned for its baroque Altstadt, spirited student atmosphere, beautiful riverside setting and evocative half-ruined hilltop castle, which draws 11.8 million visitors a year. We flew into Frankfurt and took a train to Heidelberg to check into our amazing accommodation (birthday […]