If you liked my previous post ‘Island Hopping in the Seychelles- Part 1: Mahé’, you will not like to miss this second post. This last part of the route includes the days we island-hopped stunning Praslin and La Digue. You will also find one extra foodie tip for Mahé … a serious highlight! […]
My husband and I just got back from beautiful Mauritius, where we visited our friends for the second time since they moved there. You can check the Sneak Peek ‘Curious in Mauritius’ that I wrote after our first visit and the recently released ‘Curious in Mauritius – Taking Another Peek’ with the latest discoveries.
After the delightful wine tour through the Rivera del Duero–all detailed in my Sneak Peek Curious in the Rivera del Duero)–we continued with a fascinating road trip through the lands of Isabel I de Castilla y León, also known as Isabel la Católica (1451-1504). Almost in her footprints, this is a route for foodies who also have a weakness for history. […]
Back from the summer break with a notepad full of jotted-down notes for the blog, a camera that ran out of memory, and an absolutely satisfied foodie soul. There is so much to share! Being summer I have decided to start with the coastal Basque region. If I have always loved Southern Spain, now I cannot wait to be back in the Green Spain. […]
Puglia with a 800 km coastline is a region full of sun and sea, unique towns, interesting history and tradition, gentle people, fantastic, traditional food, and outstanding wine. […]