Our next stop was Siracusa, known for its architecture and ancient ruins, and as the birthplace of Archimedes. The old town is on an island called Ortigia, connected by a bridge that makes it seem […]
We started our way around Sicily after crossing over from mainland Italy with a quick no-fuss ferry to Messina. Although I had done a short visit years ago, I hadn’t quite realised how much this […]
We peppered our trip through Croatia with stops in a few of its coastal cities: Zadar, Trogir, Split and Dubrovnik. One thing they all have in common is how well kept their old towns are, giving you a proper medieval feel as you walk through their grand walls, iron doors and tiny meandering alleyways.
After hanging out in Istria for a week we ventured inland for a few days to see Plitvice National Park, which is one of those places that comes up on most must-see lists of Croatia. And with good reason.
After a quick stop in Zürich and Montreux visiting friends and my parents and doing another prenatal checkup, we crossed the Simplon pass to Italy. I would like to say it’s a stunning mountain pass […]
We arrived in Husum pretty late and looked for the campsite we had picked from our guide. Unfortunately, there were large roadworks that Susie (our satnav) was not aware of, so we tried our luck […]
Our lack of posting has been mostly due to us being “busy” in the big cities of central Europe as we were making our way down from northern Denmark to Switzerland. It feels like the […]