Well, it looks as though Visa issues will cause my opportunity in Venice to come to a temporary halt. My employer has yet to work out my Visa details, which means I’ve had to work out a new alternative for my time abroad. So I’ve decided that since my Visitor Visa in the Schengen region of Europe is used up from my latest stint, I’ll continue traveling on. I have to remain conscious of my money supply at the moment, so I haven’t planned real far in advance, just in case I decide to return to the U.S.A. – or better yet, my Visa situation is cleared and I can return to Italy. I’ve been a bit confused the past few weeks, unsure of what to do or where I wanted to go. And after much thought, I wanted to choose a relaxed place to focus on my longhand story writing and other projects – somewhere away from the heavy bustle of loud tourists who seem to never sleep along the stone streets and canals of Venice.
Why should you go on holiday to Cyprus? Well, all I can say is that I love the place. I can’t get enough of it. Whether it’s the hectic night life, the climate, the water sports, the history and the heritage, Cyprus has everything I need in a holiday destination. When I was young and single, I naturally favored the east side of the island, which is where you find the island’s thriving club scene. Now that I’m (a bit) older and a family man, I tend to prefer the west, with its thousands of years of culture and its family-friendly hotels and resorts.
Barcelona is an amazing destination if you're after a bit of culture during your holiday, as there are so many fantastic museums, art galleries and landmarks to explore. It's actually really tricky to narrow down your options and choose just a few places to visit, so to help you out, I've put together a list of some of the best - and most unusual - cultural sites in Barcelona.
The beautiful country of Egypt has come under the spotlight recently, though sadly for reasons of unrest. With it being such a popular destination for holiday makers, many people are wondering if it is still a viable option for them at the moment. But actually, though there are certain parts of Egypt where it is advisable to wait to visit, the country's large area means that many destinations are as welcoming and as peaceful as ever.
Many people instantly overlook Ibiza when looking to organize their next family holiday. The party capital of Europe; full of rowdy groups of teens, boisterous stag parties and energetic hen dos is not the place for a quiet, relaxing family holiday with children. Such conclusions, however, are a mistake. There are many resorts in Ibiza perfectly suited to families, away from the lights of San Antonio Bay. Here are some of the resorts that fit the bill:
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