A cool dip in a remote desert pool, surrounded by majestic vistas of the sands of Liwa and an unspoiled landscape as far as the eye can see. I knew I had made the right choice.
Whether you call it Sin City, the City of Lights or simply the Entertainment Capital of the world, there is no denying that Las Vegas, Nevada should be on everyone’s travel bucket list. Of course, with so much choice on what to do during your stay, it can be difficult to narrow down your shortlist. So here are just five of our favourite Las Vegas activities to get you started planning your dream trip to one of the world’s most popular holiday destinations:
Back in the summer of 1996, I vividly remember waiting at the train station when I was told we didn’t get a spot on the train (we were on the waiting list.) I had a mini panic attack. Does this mean we’re going home, I exclaimed!
My father looks down at me and says, “We’re just taking a small detour.”
‘Detour’ was an understatement.
Gently rolling hills, roads lined up with tall cypress trees, mediaeval hilltowns, marble quarries and a gelato shop that has won several world championships… There is so much to see and do in Tuscany.
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Bali is not synonym of life-by-the-beach. There are many spots for surfers but if you were expecting to be relaxing on your inflatable pink flamingo, slowly moving with the gentle ocean waves, then this is not the right place for you. Bali is actually an awesome place to witness the power of nature and the waves violently smashing against
I hopped in the first train going in the direction of Lake Como and then googled the stops. This is how I ended up in Varenna , a colorful harbor town right on the shore of the lake.
So after waking up at 5 am, taking the plane, driving for 1 hour and a half and boat tripping for another 90 minutes we arrived in Koh Lipe.
The hardest question I face every time I am on an island is on which beach to stay. But in the case of Koh Lipe it is not such a big issue because the island is really small, so you could walk around it in several hours.
I was walking down the main street in Seminyak when my sensible tropical heart skipped a beat.
I saw a mysterious jungle-ish entry and hip circus letters stating La Favela.
It was early in the morning and
Bali is a tricky place. If you don’t know where to go you might be disappointed. Luckily during our last three days we happened to stay at Swiss Belhotel Segara and it added a very positive note to our holiday impressions. The hotel is located in the southeastern part of the island, in the upscale…