Having an auntie who runs a restaurant means it’s tricky for her to spend the night somewhere. That resulted in us doing something crazy: we took a return flight on the same day to Rome. I went to Rome with 7 people so I ordered a van online for €52. The ugly surprise I got … More Travelling Tips & Tricks Part IV: How to spend 3 hours in Rome
Cinque Terre (meaning Five Lands), include five small villages at the Italian Riviera. Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso are listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List and after checking out Google Images, it went straight on my bucket list. We’ve done all 5 villages in 1 day and it’s needless to say that it … More Italian Road Trip Part IV: Cinque Terre
Venezia is built on 118 small islands in a lagoon in the Adriatic Sea and it’s exactly everything everyone’s been telling me: not to be compared to any other places in the world. Since Mr. Right is nowhere near my eyesight, I might as well go there with my girlfriends. That’ll teach him for taking his … More Italian Road Trip Part III: Venezia
I’ve obviously done a lot of cities on my road trip in Italy and I’d probably bore everyone with all of these travelling stories, so I’ll just post the pictures of the places where I’ve only spent half a day in: Torino/Turin Milano/Milan Sirmione Firenze/Florence Genoa Next stop: Venezia or Venice.
When people keep telling me I’ve missed my calling being a guide, I always say nuh-uh. The people I travel with forget that I’m a tourist too so I’m (re)discovering a lot of things simultaneously. I do agree on being an unprofessional guide: I take people to places, have them take pics and tell them … More Italian Road Trip Part I