A wanderlust gene? Ever wonder what causes some people to constantly roam the world in search of adventure while others stay put most of their lives? Is the wanderlust gene a real thing? Are you born with it? Advertisements
Overtourism is something I’ve been hearing about quite a bit lately. I’m not sure if I’m just more aware of it now that I’m blogging about travel, or if it’s become more mainstream. As a result, I’ve started to wonder if I, like many other bloggers, have become part of the problem?
Sardinia is known for its beaches and rightfully so.
Poetto beach is a short bus ride from Cagliari’s city centre and it’s a very nice 8 km stretch of sand and ocean. It is actually considered a “city beach.” When I first heard “city beach” I wasn’t quite sure…
While Cagliari lacks the glamour and polish of Rome, it has some really impressive architecture and a long history of its own going back to Neolithic times, with many civilizations in between then and now […]
As the cradle of the Roman Empire and the heart of the Catholic Church, Rome is full of history, culture, art and of course amazing food […]
I, like many others, love planning holidays and visiting destinations on my bucket list. Those are the places in the world that, for whatever reason, hold a special place in my heart and I get super pumped when the opportunity to finally go there presents itself. Most of the time, it’s amazing, but there were few that left me feeling meh.