No, it’s not me or anybody I know that was missing in Santorini. It was our pre-booked accomodation, not an airbnb – although you’ll find them on there – just your regular run-of-the-mill holiday apartment. But now that we’ve established it, that is what was missing, our apartment. Continue reading “Missing in Santorini”
Italy is known for its northern wonders, perhaps more so than its southern wonders. The tourists flock to the northern attractions and often miss the south entirely. And even then, those that venture south only happen by the star attractions missing much of the south.
It is true that the south – and I’m talking the very south, Sicily – can be more difficult to tackle as a tourist than her northern counterparts. But your efforts will be repaid in a rich cultural experience. Continue reading “A soggiorno in a Sicilian satellite city”
Arriving in Camogli by train you encounter her at first as a somewhat non-descript Italian town. But as you descend into her streets, down to her heart, her quaint charm rises up to meet you. Continue reading “Descending into the heart of Camogli: A photo walk”
A coastal Italian town in winter may seem like an odd choice for our new home but we chose it nonetheless.
After two months in the busy bustling city of Genoa/Genova we were ready for a slower pace and after a late December day-trip to Santa Margherita we were sold. Continue reading “Italian beachside ghost towns in January”