Istanbul has been on my bucket list for ages. In my mind’s eye I conjured up exotic images of the ancient spice route, fragrant food and colourful bazaars. I had heard mixed reports about the political stability in city, but
I was en route from Hue, the Imperial City, to Hoi An. I had seen the Top Gear Vietnam Special where they went over a spectacular road called the Hai Van Pass and I was keen to follow in their footsteps. Public
Who doesn’t love a good ice-cream or to be more precise a good gelato? I can already hear you asking aren’t they the same thing? Actually, they are not. That’s not to say that I don’t enjoy both of them!
Herculaneum or Ercolano as it was also known is just a few kilometres away from Naples at the western base of Mt. Vesuvius. It was destroyed at the same time as Pompeii in 79 AD. Strangely its story is not
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Hampi is a small town in Karnataka, India. We travelled by train from Goa to Hospet which is about 12 km from Hampi. Transport is readily available at Hospet to take you to Hampi. The train ride itself is a story about
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