‘We do have 2 parties in Cuba, one is called Fidel and the other Raúl,’ Alberto, a guide in his thirties, answered my, somewhat, naive question and both of us burst laughing. We were chatting about his homeland, the only country he’s ever seen, and I wanted to know if there were any potential political movements, any chances whatsoever that at … More ‘We do Have 2 Parties in Cuba ….’
South Bank and Southwark, hide some fascinating stories in their small lanes and behind the courtyard fences. Note: The photo is a link to a photo gallery.
Imagine just for a moment that neither time nor money are an issue and you can travel as much as you want. You can live an ‘Eat, pray, love’ scenario. Or, in a less romantic version you have a job with which you move around the world, pack your bags, put the rest in a … More The Rich Homeless
Georgia is a country of big contrasts that made me very puzzled. Just a stroll around its capital Tbilisi, makes it obvious that history didn’t spare the country that lies on the crossroads of Europe and Asia. The city, where a quarter of the Georgian population lives, is trying to get to its previous, 19th century-self, the glam of which is apparent … More A Stroll around Puzzling Tbilisi
I’ve been exploring interesting Georgia since the last week now. There will be lots to write about, but in the meantime, get a flavour through some photos. The horse riding excursion to the Didgori Battle monument in the vicinity of Tbilisi was amazing. The day was perfect and Zina, the horse, made my first long horse … More Amazing Horse Riding Through Mountains in Georgia
I have no idea how many times I have flown in and out of Ireland … Countless … But the view of Howth, Dublin Bay, Dun Laoghaire, Bull’s Island, the Poolbeg chimneys and Wicklow coast always make me smile. There is lots to me looking at the familiar places close to my heart and feeling … More Birds are Lucky with the View of Dublin Coast
Beautiful Irish nature beyond Dublin … A few days around will charge everyone’s batteries. I love going back again and again, but I also love Dublin with all her virtues and faults :). Enjoy and start planning a trip ;)!
Yes, the Li River is my favourite spot in China, but there is a whole different reality to its mystical attraction. There is real life and people who try to provide for their families on a daily basis. Trust me, that bit doesn’t look romantic at all. The village, that our local guide described as neither … More The Other Side of the Li River
‘Don’t bother, I’ll do it!’, an elderly lady said when I wanted to pick up a magazine that fell next to her seat on our flight from Heathrow to Kuala Lumpur. Her silky white hair and wrinkled skin indicated she was a person of a certain age, but given the speed with which she bent … More Will You Be Travelling Too at the Age of 92?