Part two of my travels in Italy guide takes us on a journey to Lecce, Italys furthest city in the southernmost heal of its boot, via the beautiful fishing town of Monopoli and along to the award winning coastline of the Salento. If you have read part one then you will know that we were looking for somewhere beautiful that Italians themselves holidayed, and without breaking the bank. Read More
If you are looking for an Italian holiday during high summer and want somewhere beautiful but untouched by droves of tourists then a trip to Puglia and Basilicata could be your perfect escape. Just before the pandemic I asked an Italian friend for her recommendation of somewhere not thronging with British holidaymakers, perhaps somewhere Italians themselves holidayed, and most presciently for what was about to happen on the world economic stage – somewhere it was possible to have a beautiful holiday without breaking the bank. Read More
Usually when I plan a trip I take my dslr camera with me, I have an itinerary of things we must see and do, plus a back up plan for if we have extra time. I know, contain your excitement I am a fun and carefree traveller! Read More
Landing in San Juan at night, you are greeted with quite an unexpected sight, beneath the full moon San Juan will announce itself not as a small town with a scattering of twinkly lights as I was expecting, but as a town laid out in neon lights cascading jewel-like upon the landscape.