Postcard of the Week: Limoncello Recipe

Although this recipe purports to be for Limoncino, that is in fact just the Ligurian name for the better known Limoncello, an after-dinner lemon liqueur produced all over Italy, although […]

Postcard of the Week: Exeter

          I simply couldn’t leave out a postcard from Exeter, my home for three years during university. When looking into various universities during my A-Levels, I read a sentence about […]

Must-have Books for the Keen Traveller

Currently on my bookshelf: 1000 Places to See Before You Die – Organised by country, I like to tick off the ones I’ve visited. The Lonely Planet Travel Book – […]

Postcard of the Week: Azulejos

Azulejos are bluish tiles that are found all over Portugal, especially in Lisbon. In this colourful city it’s actually more unusual to find a wall without decorative tiles than with. […]

Travel Inspiration and Role Models

Family            As much as we might like to think we’re making our own way in life on our own, independent from our parents, there’s no denying the fact that every […]

Postcard of the Week: Peñiscola

         Peñiscola is a small town on Spain’s east coast, in the region of Valencia. Its population in winter is just 5,000 people, but swells to around 300,000 in the […]

Guest Post: The Life of an Intern in Lisbon

Annalisa Moscatiello gives us an insider’s peak into life in one of Europe’s hidden gems: Lisbon.           Lisbon has a light and warmth that charms and fascinates any traveller. I’ve […]