It’s on your bucket list, so you’re wondering, how to see the Nazca lines? Well there are two ways; by land and by air. This guide will tell you how to do both.
We have talked about the Cusco ticket on this site before. It’s basically a tourist ticket which gives you entrance to 16 different sites in Cusco and around. If you want to visit sites like Ollantaytambo and Pisac, you will find that you can not buy single entrance tickets. It’s either the massive Cusco ticket,Continue reading “Exploring the Inca History Around Cusco”
Only a short drive from Cusco is the pretty little town of Pisac. The main thing to do in Pisac is to visit the archeological site, but this, as you will see, can be done in several ways.
Just a short drive from either Athens or Nafplio, Ancient Corinth makes a wonderful day trip idea.
Build a small shrine in Nikko and enshrine me as the God. I will be the guardian of peace keeping in Japan.” And with those words, allegedly spoken by Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu as he lay dying in 1616, Nikko became the home of the mausoleums of the Tokugawa shoguns, and a UNESCO world heritage site.Continue reading “A Day in Nikko, Japan”
Hobart, and the state of Tasmania used to have a bit of a reputation for being a bit backwards when compared to the rest of Australia. But that reputation has done a complete 180. Hobart is now one of the countries most thriving cultural capitals. It’s a world class food destination, cause one of (possiblyContinue reading “48 Hours in Hobart Tasmania”
Located along a peaceful lake, Ohrid is a popular holiday destination for both foreigners and Macedonians. Lake Ohrid is one of the deepest and oldest lakes in Europe. And Ohrid itself gives off an atmosphere of history and depth with it’s beautiful medieval old town filled with mosques and churches. Why visit Ohrid Macedonia? OhridContinue reading “A Walking Tour of Ohrid Macedonia”
Cambodia is one of my favourite places in South East Asia. It’s beautiful. It’s raw. It’s real. Phnom Penh is the capital of Cambodia. It’s the best place to start your visit to this country. It’s here that you can learn about Cambodia’s history, both the grand and the tragic, that will set the toneContinue reading “48 Hours in Phnom Penh”
I’ve lived in Sydney for four months now. Despite that, I would say I know very little about the city. I’ve seen some of the main tourist sights sure, I’ve whale watched and cruised the harbour, I’ve even hiked in the nearby Royal National Park…. but when it comes to Sydney’s history and what makesContinue reading “The Making of Sydney – A Historical Walking Tour with Context Tours”
Gjirokaster is one of the three UNESCO world heritage sites in Albania. It was inscribed on the list in 2005 for it’s outstanding universal value and because it offers a rare insight into the architecture and city planning of the Ottoman period. Berat was also inscribed on the list for the same reasons, but GjirokasterContinue reading “24 Hours in Gjirokaster Albania”