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Manarola Cinque Terre, Italy

CINQUE TERRE

April 27, 2016We had seen and heard a lot about Cinque Terre, but it wasn’t until we visited the unique villages that I truly grasped the sheer resilience that was necessary for the development of the townships...
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The Roman Forum, Rome Italy

ROME

April 20, 2016A glamorous and cosmopolitan city, Rome boasts more history and art than many countries combined. While ancient history and architecture isn't my forte, I was excited to have the opportunity to explore Rome and...
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Naples, Italy

THE STREETS OF NAPLES

April 16, 2016When we visited Naples, the streets amazed me in both good and bad ways. I was captivated by the narrow alleyways with buildings that seemed to soar unbelievably high above the street, even though they were...
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Sentiero degli Dei, Path of Gods, Naples Italy

THE PATH OF GODS

April 10, 2016The Path of Gods is a well trodden path between Bomerano and Nacelle, small townships that rest high above the Amalfi coastline, a famous stretch of coast south of Sorrento. Traditionally named Sentiero deli Dei...
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Naples, Italy

NAPLES

April 8, 2016Naples, the third largest city in Italy, is a place we had lusted over and dreamed of visiting since we started planning our trip. After a couple of weeks in Croatia we boarded a plane in Dubrovnik, crossed the...
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Dubrovnik, Croatia

DUBROVNIK

April 4, 2016Dubrovnik is seen as the pearl of the Adriatic, a unique Jewel of Croatia. As our last stop in Croatia, Dubrovnik was a fitting place to complete our journey in this amazing country. We had an amazing time exploring...
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Hvar Croatia

HVAR

March 30, 2016Considered the Queen of the Croatia’s Dalmatian islands, we knew Hvar was a place not to be missed. Heavily visited by tourists, Hvar is renowned as a beautifully scenic party town, which also has a rich and...
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Split Croatia

SPLIT

March 28, 2016Split is a destination loved by both locals and foreigners, with a glistening harbour front and protective mountains in the background it’s easy to see why. Preserved since 1979 as an UNESCO World Heritage Site...
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