Southeast Sicily: Syracuse, Marzameni, Noto, Modica and Ragusa

In this Sicilian travel blog if will give you tips, information and inspirations on the Southeastern part of Sicily. In this part of Sicily, you can find historical Sicilians Baroque culture like the UNESCO-listed cities of Syracuse / Ortygia, Noto, Modica and Ragusa. As a beach girl, I visited of course the beach of the fishing village Marzameni. See below … Read More

Surprisingly San Cristóbal de Las Casas

San Cristóbal de Las Casas (San Cristóbal), is located in a beautiful highland valley in the Chiapas state; which is the most southern part of Mexico close to the border of Guatemala and Belize. San Cristóbal is a popular tourist destination and I understand why. It has the Maya culture, gorgeous highlands & canyons, colorful streets, markets and all with … Read More

Wonderful Oaxaca

I have fallen in love with Oaxaca! Pronounce Oaxaca like “Wah-hah-kah” This is a very attractive historical town with beautiful churches and plazas which are well preserved and on the Unesco World Heritage list. Oaxaca has it all; Zapotec history, gastronomy, historical buildings, boutique hotels, mezcal, charm, mountains and many more. The colorful streets are perfect to wander around and … Read More

Metropolis Mexico City

When I used to think of Mexico City; I thought of a big, overcrowded and dangerous city. But nothing like that was true; Mexico City or abbreviated to CDMX (Ciudad de México) really surprised me in a very positive way!! I will explain why and where to go, to get the positive energy from in CDMX. First some impressive facts of … Read More

South Sardinia: Cagliari

My flight to Amsterdam departs from Cagliari; the capital and largest city of Sardinia. Here you go back in time and see the history while you walk trough the Il Castello neighborhood; have dinner at one of the many restaurants in the Marina and check out the long stretched city beach at Poetto. Il Castello Neighborhood Il Castello is in my … Read More