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It’s All About the Blue at chefchaoen in Morocco

It is all about the blue at Chefchaouen in Morocco, everything is painted blue and when you walk through the narrow streets all you see is blue walls, blue doors, blue window frames, blue plant pots, blue stairs and blue paths in all different shades of blue. So, you get the gist it’s all blue!…… Continue reading It’s All About the Blue at chefchaoen in Morocco

Cruise · Europe · Malta · Mediterranean · Travel Blog · World Cruise

Three Places You Must Visit in Malta

Malta is an amazing place as it has many influences from different cultures. It has been invaded by many countries because of its location in the Mediterranean. It is in the middle of the European and Africa trade routes. Malta has been rules by Arabs, Normans, Germans, French, Spanish and the British. We docked in…… Continue reading Three Places You Must Visit in Malta

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Stepping into a Fairy-Tale in Alberobello Trulli

Our next port of call was Bari in Puglia in the South of Italy. It is a beautiful coastal town, but I wanted to see something unique to this part of the world so I went to visit the fairy-tale village of Alberobello Trulli where the buildings are round with cone-shaped roofs. I was so…… Continue reading Stepping into a Fairy-Tale in Alberobello Trulli

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Three Days in Greece – Rhodes, Chania & Zakynthos

We stopped in three ports in Greece; Rhodes, Chania and Zakynthos. The first two days the weather was fantastic sunny and warm and those days it was all about the food and wine. The last day in Zakynthos the weather was not great it was cold, cloudy and then the heavens opened and it poured…… Continue reading Three Days in Greece – Rhodes, Chania & Zakynthos

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Sailing through the Suez Canal

The Suez Canal is an artificial sea level waterway in Egypt that connects the Red Sea to the Mediterranean Sea. It is 120.11 miles (193.30 km) long and 24m (79 ft.) deep and 205 meters (673 ft.) wide. Follow my blog with Bloglovin  It was built so ships did not have to sail all around…… Continue reading Sailing through the Suez Canal

Europe · Mediterranean · Travel Blog

Korcula, Croatia

I am currently travelling around the Mediterranean and I have visited some beautiful places over the last few weeks one of my favourites has been Korcula in Croatia. It is a little gem, a small town surrounded by a city wall with tiny streets, only big enough for people with small churches, shops, restaurants and wine shops it is like a…… Continue reading Korcula, Croatia

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Back in the lovely Mediterranean

I am back in the Mediterranean and it is lovely, after months of cold weather and living in a coat and jeans over the summer and I am happy to be back in the sun and wearing my summer clothes! This cruise I have travelled to Italy, Greece, Montenegro, Croatia and Slovenia. For me the…… Continue reading Back in the lovely Mediterranean