There's nothing quite like seeing the Norwegian fjords with your own eyes. No matter how many pictures of them you've seen before, the reality of standing in the crisp Norwegian air and drinking in the unbelievable scenery is an invigorating once in a lifetime experience. While the fjords are, without doubt, stunning from any angle, it's worth bearing in mind that there are some viewing points that stand out from the crowd. It's these that we'll be talking about today.
For a few weeks I knew a job interview was a possibility in Venice and that I had to be there by the end of the month, just after the Biennale festival. After making my way across southern France and northern Italy for my Cesenatico blog tour, I needed to spend about a week somewhere in between. I spent a day in San Marino and then five days in Verona before making it to Venice on Sunday afternoon, and my interview was the following day.
When you think of glorious white sandy beaches dotted with the odd magnificent palm tree, you no longer have to imagine the often highly expensive Caribbean islands, for now you will know of a much cheaper paradise. With it's glorious seaside resorts, and contrasting untouched countryside, why not consider a holiday to Dalaman?
In the 2010 sequel "Sex and the City 2" viewers saw Samantha taking her best friends on a luxurious trip to Abu Dhabi. Unfortunately, with the global economy these days it's not so easy to afford five-star Bedouin hotels and expensive flights to the Middle East, but with the vast array of holidays on offer in continental Europe (and thanks to the low-cost airlines who populate European skies) it's very easy to have an exciting holiday with the girls much closer to home. From the vineyards of southern France to the dramatic fjords of Norway, there is a landscape and activity to suit every friendship group.
Rome boasts the well-earned title of the Eternal City for its enduring status as a great power in the world for over two millennia. But the name also fits in as a description of its popularity; it’s one of the ultimate holiday destinations in the world and as such is endlessly popular with tourists. Whilst the great sights of Rome like the Coliseum, the Sistine ceiling and the Trevi fountain are visited for good reason, there are a lot of other, lesser-known marvels in Rome that most travellers miss out on. So book your flights, check into a hotel in Rome, and follow this pick of the city’s top five hidden gems, to experience a very different Roman holiday.
I’ve sort of taken on the role of the ‘outcast’ in my family. So, without getting too deep and personal in this post, I thought it would be interesting to talk a little about myself and why they refer to me this way. From a world view, my family is similar to the ‘typical American way,’ in that they have dedicated their lives to owning their own businesses and focusing on having children and owning houses, and so on and so forth. While I believe this lifestyle choice is fine and eventually I will likely decide to settle down in a similar manner, my perspective on how I want to live my life is typically not in agreement with my family.
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