Although Istanbul and the beaches get more press, those who have visited will agree that Cappadocia, is no less a jewel in Turkey’s tourist crown. One could spend weeks exploring Cappadocia’s lunar landscape with its fairy chimneys and ancient cave […]
There was a wedding in full swing at Gretna Green as our coach pulled in for a “compulsory” stop. The piper was playing the bagpipes and everyone was happy and applauding the bride and groom. Thirty-five years earlier, having got […]
Since the end of the Korean, the country of South Korea has been continually progressing towards its current status as a global economic force and a major player in the worlds of technology and culture. Currently there are around 10 million inhabitants […]
Jet Boating the Lachine Rapids in Montreal I’ve worn more fetching outfits than this, that’s for sure: a purple plastic jumpsuit over a thick wool sweater and topped by an orange life-vest. Worse than the look, however, is the sensation […]
Where Ischgl is a small traditional alpine village in the Austrian Alps. You will find it in the long, narrow Paznaun valley, located on the Austrian–Swiss border. The resort lies at just 1377m, however, with skiing to 2872m, the ski […]
Monaco may just be a sliver of 2 km², yet it is crammed with millionaires, showy glamour, 300 days of sunshine every year. It also has awesome architecture, an improbable number of spotlessly-lush parks, and one of the smallest royals-to-commoners […]
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