This week's travel inspiration is a little more extravagant and wider: the Kamchatka peninsula in Russia. Situated in the Pacific Ring of Fire, it has been called the land of ice and fire where cold winters are counteracted by a multitude of active volcanoes sprinkled across the area. Find out more..
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I recently visited Münich, Germany. I was in Scotland before then. I was in Italy afterwards. Sounds like a great trip, you'll be naïvely thinking in your head. My story, though, lies in the middle.
Thinking of a dip in the Central American waters, surrounded by the country's wild nature? Set in the Guatemaltecan Highlands of the Sierra Madre, Lake Atitlán is the deepest lake in Central America, originating from numerous volcanic eruptions throughout historical times. Keep reading to find out more!
In the heart of Central America, lies a small corner of heaven named Guatemala. With a population of almost 17 million people and a history of civil unrest, the country can only be described as a human jungle where tradition is met with modern development, creating a powerful land of possibility which dates back to the Mayan empire. These are the 8 things you really can't miss.
Year 2012. Sixteen year old me. Beijing, China. And a missing postcard. What happened?
Recently I came across a very interesting TED Talk given by Ricardo Semler, Semco Partners CEO and radical innovator. What he said really hit home.
Moving is bound to bring changes. When the moving involves switching countries, this can be extremely overwhelming at times, bringing about what are normally referred to as 'culture shocks'. As a young Italian in the UK, these were mine.