We were fortunate enough last year to experience both Ferias in Sevilla and Córdoba (and our local Feria in Pozoblanco). Feria de abril is done and dusted for this year, but if you happen to be in Córdoba during May, you are in for a treat. (more…)
Have you ever travelled to city after beautiful city and not been able to truly appreciate it? Or been so tired of travelling that you would rather check Facebook than soak up the atmosphere of an 11th century fortress? Now, you could be old and boring. Or, you could have Wanderlust Fatigue, such as when historic monuments blur into one and you just can’t stand to stare at another neo-classical painting. Here’s how to deal with the latter. (more…)
When it comes to travelling, planning is part of the fun (or at least it is for me!). However, sometimes it’s not so simple. There is a lot of information out there, and sometimes it is a little overwhelming. Deciding where to go, what to see, and what to do in a city can be daunting, especially if you have limited time. It is also subjective to what type of traveller you are. Are you the adventurous type or one who prefers to soak up arts and culture? Here are a few website picks on how to plan a trip to one of the world’s most loved cities, San Francisco.
Post-Travel Blues. Anyone who has recently (or even-not-so-recently) returned from a holiday knows exactly what I’m talking about. That awful dread you feel when you realise that you have to unpack your suitcase, not knowing when you’ll get to use it again. Seeing ads of exotic destinations that you won’t be going to any time soon just make you down and depressed. Hearing others talking about their upcoming holiday plans makes you die inside. Trust me, I am an expert on this subject. And you know what, it’s ok to admit to suffering from PTB. In fact, we need to discuss it more. Put our cards out on the table and talk about it. We can get through this together! (more…)