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Alhambra, Granada

By Molly
On: 8th May, 2018

Cities, Coastline, and Central Andalucía: Part II of My Trip to Southern Spain

  • Inland Andalucia
  • Coastal Andalucia
  • Spain

Seville is not the only city of spectacle in this corner of Spain, and a road trip around Southern Spain is definitely not to be sniffed at. Cordoba (best visited during the 'Battle of the Flowers') and Granada (of Alhambra fame) make for a wonderful combination of Southern Spain's…

alcazar gardens, Seville

By Molly
On: 1st May, 2018

Scrumptious Seville: Part I of My Trip to Southern Spain

  • Seville
  • Spain

When people want architecture, they look to Italy; gastronomy, and you'd run to France; turquoise waters, pack your trunks you are off to Greece. And so, where does that leave Spain? A capital city that quite frankly has nothing on Paris and a coastline notorious for its hundreds of days of…

an empty beach in Tenerife from above

By Molly
On: 4th December, 2017

Good Grief Tenerife! Overcoming Outdated Preconceptions

  • Canary Islands

Getting a reputation for something you didn't do is unfair - I hope many of us would agree. In the same essence, reputations are often quick to catch and even harder to shake.

santorini cliff, Greece

By Molly
On: 19th September, 2017

A Grecian Odyssey Part Two: Island Hopping

  • Greece

Islomaniac - the name given to someone obsessed with being on an island - a term that I can certainly resonate with after spending a week island-hopping around the Greek Cyclades in the Aegean Sea.

vikos george greece

By Molly
On: 1st September, 2017

A Grecian Odyssey Part 1: Epirus and Meteora

  • Greece
  • Epirus & Meteora

"Have you been to Greece before?" My charming guide, George, asked as I trudged after him down a path leading away from Meteora's well-trodden tracks. "Oh yes, some of the Greek Islands!" I exclaimed, and before I could tell him where exactly, he had sighed in a way that signalled it was an…

Finland

By Molly
On: 21st December, 2016

Exploring Finnish Lapland

  • Finland

Few things peak at the grand old age of 99, I certainly will not. Even fewer things pack a punch at 99. Finnish Lapland however is looking pretty marvellous and with temperatures of -20 over the winter it is only for the punchy.