I’ve used many a Lonely Planet Guide when researching travel. But now, as I juggle motherhood and a passion to keep travelling, I know I need help! It was time to check Lonely Planet’s “Family-friendly travel without the fuss”, Lonely Planet Travel With Children. On my travels, I’ve seen the good, the bad, and, Read More

The Japanese convince stores, known as Conbini, are much more that a repository of junk food and cheap buzzes. There you can find everything, from soba and sushi, medicine and manga, single-malt whisky and next day hangover cures. I miss them, a lot! I loved walking in them and spend time looking around, checking, Read More

OK, so Blue Mountains is about the Three Sisters, Echo Point, Wentworth Falls, and Jenolan Caves. Great! A bit crowed most of the times, but don’t worry, there are still plenty of lesser-known spots that give you a classic remote Blue Mountains vibe minus the crowds. Even if you’re short on time, these places, Read More

If you have been dreaming about exploring the cluster of exotic islands filled with jaw-dropping scenery and overshadowed by active volcanoes, rice paddies – then, head to Indonesia.   Trekking We could trek through tropical rainforest and hike between rice paddies, hike to pale milky crater lakes amidst vast volcanic plains, sleep on the summit of, Read More

Born and raised in the coastal town of Aveiro, in Portugal, Miriam Augusto, between seashells and the sea breeze, started to explore the world at early age. Later, this unconditional passion for travelling, collecting moments, memories, experiences, friendships, while trying to leave a positive impact wherever she was passing, lead her to open an, Read More

What are good honeymoons made of? – A place to make perfect memories. And how are good memories made? –  Having a great place to stay, good food to eat, great things to do and of course sharing all this with the love of your life. Chamonix in the Haute-Savoie (High Savoy) region of, Read More

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