Underground – 160 Metres to be precise – are hidden the treasures of Slovenia. They are carved out with stalactites hanging from the ceiling and vibrations bouncing off the walls from the rivers rushing through them. A place where no natural sunlight reaches and yet life survives. Yes – these are the caves of Slovenia. And this is my adventure 160 Metres underground in Park Skocjanske Jame.Read More
The zig zag path leads up to the 13th-century Byzantine Orthodox church of the Holy Trinity, St.Mary’s, in Berat. It is perched high on the side of a hill and is located inside the 3rd century fortress of Berat.
On the coast of Morocco is a city that I struggled to pronounciate: Essaouira. Essa-where? Pronounced Ess-ah-where-ah. Oh Right. Essaouira. This Berber name translates to “The Wall“, and that is exactly what you will find; a hill walls fortifying the city. But this place is more than The Wall, it is a quaint coastal town, with welcoming breezes off the ocean. Essaouira is a charming one.Read More
What the Romans left in Morocco: Volubilis
Volubilis is a UNESCO World Heritage site just North of Meknes, Morocco. The Romans built this ancient city on a plateau next to the Zerhoun Mountains in the third century B.C.. The Ruins are extensive, well preserved, and beautiful; They are not easy to pronounce – Volubilis, Volubilis, Volubilis.Read More