Discover Valencia’s Ancient History for the Price of a Gelato!

More than 2,200 years of Valencia's history can be found in this tiny museum behind the Cathedral of Valencia. It is called the Centre Arqueològic de l'Almoina and it contains ruins and artifacts from Valencia's rich past including its Roman, Visigoth and Moorish periods from 2,200 B.C. to about 1,000 A.D. I found it fascinating …

How to Rent an E-Mountain Bike on Vis Island, Croatia

Why Rent an E-Mountain Bike? Your options for exploring Vis Island are many. The most popular are on foot, mountain bike, motorbike, car rental, and even a guided tour. But there is another option... an electric mountain bike. Having already been here in Vis Town for 3 weeks I have already explored many of the …

What to expect when you travel to Bulgaria for the first time

An island life in Mallorca

File this under “If I ever find myself in Mallorca with a toddler” 😉

Atlas Vagabonds

We’ve been living in Mallorca since the end of August. It’s a beautiful Balearic island in Spain where millions of tourists flock each year, seeking out incredible beaches, exploring its coves, winding through mountain towns and dining in idyllic settings.

The island is steeped in history and its people are proud of where they live. Grand old farm houses, antiquated windmills and stone walls divide farms of olive groves and provide a path on the tiny roads that run between the bigger villages and into Palma de Mallorca.

I used to live here 10 years ago, when I had a job in the yachting industry. Because I loved it so much then, we made this a more lengthy stop on our world tour so that Witty could also get to know the island, learn its culture and taste the daily delight that draws us all here from afar.

Unfortunately, because…

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From Ljubljana With Love: Our Social Responsibility Tour of Ljubljana

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Review: Giant’s Rocker Tour of Ireland with Shamrocker Adventures

A Gothic Masterpiece: Heavenly Light, Hellish Queues

I am not a morning person. ...but we awoke early that bright, clear, spring morning to avoid long queues for the Catedral de Seville in Andalusian Spain. The streets were nearly empty. The golden morning light brought a unique liveliness to this piece of architectural history. When it was completed in the early 1500's it surpassed …

London: Finally Back… with an Agenda

I had a lot riding on this. I had been to Europe before. But my girlfriend had not. I had, in fact, lived here for the greater part of my childhood including four years in London. Born and raised in California, except for brief dips into nearby Mexico, she had never set foot outside the …

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