Olvera | Spain

Olvera is a small but charming white village in Andalusia. If you want to truly experience real Spanish culture without any tourists, this is the place to go.  We hunted it out on a map and planned our route. We arrived at about 3pm in the afternoon, which in fairness, is still siesta time, but there was not a soul…
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A weekend in Porto

Porto was a city that had never really crossed my mind, until I was planning a weekend away with a couple of friends over a bank holiday. As expected,flight prices rocketed, so it came down to destinations with affordable flights. This city came up, and it did not disappoint. We booked flights and sorted accommodation through Air B n B,…
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Zurich | Part 2

You are constantly reminded that you are in Switzerland with lots of flags on show, it is definitely one of their definitive factors. In general Zurich is a great city with lots of different parts to it and like lots of cities it is very diverse. I do have a couple of favourite spots which I have shared below. My…
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Zurich | Part 1

The weather during our stay in Zurich was predominantly sunny and very hot, so we spent much of the time lazing around by the beautiful lake, it really is one of the main features of Zurich. So these pictures are focused around the lake and the city centre near all the main shops and Paradeplatz, and unintentionally they all look…
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Alhambra, Granada, Spain

 Alhambra is No 9 on Lonely Planet’s Ultimate Travelist of 500 places to see, and understandably so. It’s full of history, gardens, beautiful buildings and views, so there isn’t much not to love about Alhambra. It is a historic palace and fortress by Moorish royalty back in the 13th century. It is probably Granada’s most popular attraction, so you would…
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