These are the photos from our trip to Cinque Terre in Italy! Each of these 5 UNESCO World Heritage sites is so unique and so beautiful that I genuinely struggled to cram all the photos taken into one blog post (even for a photo heavy blog post, it would have been way too many photos) … Continue Reading

Verona is such an amazing Italian city – perhaps in no small part due to the fact that some of the best things to do in Verona are centred around one of the most celebrated works of Shakespeare – Romeo and Juliet. Thing is though, even without Romeo and Juliet is in and of itself … Continue Reading

On the way back home from Pisa, we decided to stop at the nearby hilltop town of San Miniato, a beautiful place recommended by our friend Gabriele (he’s from Sicily in Italy) when we went around Italy last year. Last time we visited, we spent a very short amount of time here but this time, … Continue Reading

When you find yourself in Lake Garda, more specifically, in the Trentino region of Lake Garda, a hike to Ponale is one thing you have to do! Or at least, so we were told.  As someone who would rather spend my time in Italy eating pasta than hiking, I grudgingly decided to go on this … Continue Reading

As you already know, we recently visited Verona – an absolutely beautiful city perched about halfway between the more popular cities of Milan and Venice on a surprise trip with srprs.me. Why we hadn’t visited before I have no idea but when we visited, I very quickly realised we’d been missing out on a major … Continue Reading

There are literally hundreds (perhaps even thousands) of amazing spots dotted all across Italy and as such, there’s no shortage of some of the best places in Italy to fill your boots with amazing Italian deliciousness, no matter where you are in the country. I mean, I don’t actually think I’ve ever visited without finding … Continue Reading

Arriving at the very first stop on our Italian road trip ended up being much later than we’d anticipated. Between the stops everywhere for photos and general tomfoolery, we ended up arriving around 9.30 pm. At this point, all I could think was “I hope Italian restaurants are open till quite late” (I kinda thought … Continue Reading

Anyone who’s ever been to Italy’s Amalfi coast can tell you hands down that this one of the most beautiful places to visit in Italy and a definite must-add to your travel plans. We got to visit for the first time last year on our road trip across Italy and have to say, the Amalfi … Continue Reading

Italy is a stunning country to explore! Especially, if you’re after a little jaunt to the coast, to gorge on all the Italian food or even looking for the best cities in Italy to stroll around. And for me, that’s what makes Italy so special… the diversity of things to do. There’s something just so … Continue Reading

Sicily is an incredible island to explore when visiting Italy. From the main cities of Palermo and Catania to the beautiful hilltop settlements like Notto; Sicily has something for every type of traveller. Though, don’t think Sicily is just about its towns and cities. There are heaps of the best beaches in Sicily dotted all … Continue Reading

New Year, new rickshaw adventures! 😁 This video is some serious farm-to-table video. We’ve literally done, filmed and edited everything in this video within the last 24 hours. Who knows, I may yet master the art of this whole daily vlogging thing. As you probably already guessed from the title, we have indeed returned to … Continue Reading

These are the photos from our trip to Cinque Terre in Italy! Each of these 5 UNESCO World Heritage sites is so unique and so beautiful that I genuinely struggled to cram all the photos taken into one blog post (even for a photo heavy blog post, it would have been way too many photos) … Continue Reading

Perched within the gorgeous region of Puglia, Brindisi is a totally lovely city whilst on a trip around the southern regions of Italy. That being said, it’s also a destination in its own right, with a huge mix of the best things to do in Brindisi dotted all across the city.  Now, just like most … Continue Reading

We arrived late in the evening in Milan for our trip across Italy. Thankfully, we didn’t have much planned for the first evening asides meeting the organisers of the rickshaw tour and other participants over drinks and nibbles so the evening went by in a rather relaxed fashion… (prosecco will do that to you). The … Continue Reading