There was a time when luxury luggage from Gucci was a statement of who you were and why you were travelling. At Florence’s Gucci Museum, you can see it all.
Hannibal’s great victory at Lake Trasimeno On the land I’m standing on in rural Italy, tens of thousands of people were once killed. Of such a scale was the slaughter that the waters of the nearby lake were reportedly turned red for days. Even as the blood was still flowing, the battle here at Lake […]
Agritourism in Italy For the Italians, it’s no secret. In the past five years they have embraced a new way to see their country. It’s about getting closer to nature, closer to tradition and closer to peace of mind. For foreigners, it’s a mystery. But there’s only one thing stopping them from having the same […]
The city of Encarnacion in Paraguay moved up the hill, out of the path of a flooding river. But guess what? The flooding never came and it’s a ghost town!
What’s it like to travel through Paraguay? The buses aren’t the most comfortable but they are the most convenient and offer a real insight to the country.
The church doesn’t recognise her, but millions of people worship Difunta Correa as the patron saint of travellers. You can tell by the roadside shrines.
A bit of travel fatigue left me mentally drained and taking some quiet time in New York. Things are back on track now, though, and it’s off to Boston!