August 6, 2022.Reading time 30 minutes.
The episcopal city of Albi is a fascinating city with a rich medieval and Renaissance history, art and culture. Nicknamed “Albi the red” because of the colour of the bricks on all the city’s facades, Albi is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Located on the banks of the River Tarn, the lovely […] Read More
January 15, 2022.Reading time 15 minutes.
I have said it often: there is more to Japan than big cities and the Golden Route. When planning a first visit to Japan, chances are that most tourists will not consider adding the smaller towns or villages to their itinerary. If your idea of Japan is walking into the cute fashion shops, eating Instagrammable […] Read More
January 16, 2021.Reading time 29 minutes.
Shikoku Island is Japan’s best-kept secret. Packed with all the things that people seek out for when planning a trip to Japan: breathtaking scenery, culture, tradition, authenticity and hospitable people. If you want to experience something different, where nature and traditions still live on, I would urge you to go to Shikoku. Let’s explore the […] Read More
October 8, 2020.Reading time 24 minutes.
Hastings has been on my mind for a while. If like me, you are looking for a nice post-lockdown getaway, look no further than Hastings. The historic and quintessential British seaside resort town is perfect for a staycation since there are many things to do in Hastings. Even though the weather might be on the […] Read More
August 31, 2020.Reading time 15 minutes.
Paris 19eme – I wouldn’t be surprised if you say you have never thought of exploring the 19th arrondissement of Paris. After all, it doesn’t have the top attractions in tourists’ itineraries: no Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Arc de Triomphe or Marais. The fact that it doesn’t have the famous attractions doesn’t mean that it is […] Read More