Day 5 started with a magnificent clear blue sky that stayed with us all day, however, I have to say it was cold. But that didn’t put us off and early in the morning, we were in our way to Prespa National Park.
Perama Cave Our first stop of the day was in the Cave of Perama. It is one of the first caves in Greece that was open for tourist to visit. A little history Rumour said that the cave was know from the 1900 but was closed in 1907 by the Bey Choliasis Efentis. Since thenContinue reading “Ioannina Castle – Greece Travel Guide”
A little History Zagorohoria’s historical significance can be experienced in its exquisite Byzantine and post-Byzantine churches. After the dismemberment of Byzantium by the Latin Crusaders in 1204, and the Turkish capture of Constantinople in 1453, numerous important Greek families fled the capital for the mountain fastnesses of Epiros. The fortress-like Zagorohoria would safeguard Greek artisticContinue reading “Zagorohoria – Greece Travel Guide”
I debated a lot with myself about if I wanted to write about the rest of my trip. I initially wanted to talk only about the amazing time I had and I didn’t want to spoil this diary with COVID. Whoever maybe some of you guys might found something interesting and helpful so I decidedContinue reading “New Zealand Diary Day 15 to 21 – The Premature Ending of my Dream Holiday”
Genre: Fantasy, AdultPublication Date: October 2nd 2018Pages: 444My Rating: 4.5/5 A daughter vanishes. Two rogues are paid a fortune to find her. It isn’t enough. When Gabriel Winter’s daughter mysteriously disappears and is presumed dead, the wealthy whiskey baron seeks revenge. Having lived in Colnora during the infamous Year of Fear, he hires the oneContinue reading “The Disappearance of Winter’s Daughter by Michael J. Sullivan- Review”
Day 13 started awfully early. We had booked with doubtful sound kayak tour (The guys were amazing and I highly recommend them) and we had to report at their office in Te Anau is at 6.30am. Which mean we had to wake up at 5.30, lucky us their office was just a 5 minutes driveContinue reading “New Zealand Diary Day 13 – Doubtful Sound Kayaking”
Day 12 started with this lovely sight just outside our bungalow. I mean isn’t that beautiful? The weather was a little raining but we had come prepared for that. It is worth mentioning that the temperature difference between Matamata and Te Anau was easily 10 degrees Celcius down! But we didn’t care! So we madeContinue reading “New Zealand Diary Day 12 – Te Anau & Kepler Trail”
Day 10 was cave day! I had booked to visit Ruakuri and Waimoto caves on the same day. Fun fact I don’t like close spaces and yet I love caves! I found them fascinating!
After a couple of very full days, we decided that day 9 will be more relax and just do some visiting. So our plan was to drive to Taupo, which is about 1,5 hours from Matamata where we were staying, for some sightseeing and then stop at Rotorua on our way back for some lugeContinue reading “New Zealand Diary Day 9 – Taupo & Rotorua Luge”
Day 8 was a very busy and emotional day. It was the day that I finally fulfil one of my dreams, which was to visit the Hobbiton movie set, and after that, we had a day full of Maori culture which I found so fascinating! So here how this day went! Hobbiton Movie Set TheContinue reading “New Zealand Diary Day 8 – Hobbiton & Maori Culture”