Stories of finding dogs abandoned whilst on holiday is not unique. In fact, just over 2 years ago we came across some dogs from Italy whilst on honeymoon. We had our own stray story when I shared with you our meeting with the very loveable Jessie. We never intended to adopt a small dog yet […]
It is almost that time again to don the costumes, light the bonfires, carve the pumpkins and put in your special coloured . Yet whilst you do some last minute shopping for a great outfit, have you really considered what the event is all about? How many people know the history of halloween and where […]
There is little doubt that Tuscany is a real highlight of Italy. So to find the Max Hotel Livorno located in the northern part of this famous region of Italy provides a good starting base for touring wine country. With a more than an acceptable level of comfort this 4 star hotel is suited to […]
Unexpected expenses on holiday can put a real downbeat note to any holiday. Especially if they are expensive, choices are limited and they then dominate your holiday. Nobody wants to come home poorer than they budgeted for but it happens sometimes.
You may remember as a child learning to swim in the swimming pool? It was fun to splash around and play games. On occasion though you would accidentally swallow some water from the pool. That was never much fun, all that chlorine and anything else which might make up the consistency of the water that day!
Stray dogs and cats in Italy are something you come across like in many countries. In some respects you can’t miss them, or at least what we thought were strays. It was on an evening walk to the beach in Budoni that we thought we had found a stray dog puppy or at least, the […]
Porto Istana struck us as one of the most unique beaches we have ever seen. It is not one beach but a collection of four beaches right beside each other. Located just north of Porto San Paolo, Porto Istana lies in the municipality of Olbia on the north eastern side of the Italian island of […]
Porto San Paolo is located on the east coast of the Italian island of Sardinia, south of Olbia and north of San Teodoro. You may also hear of it referred to as Loiri Porto San Paolo which has a population of just over 2,500 people.