Wanderling Travel's Guide To Rome
Interview with Stef Kocyla
One of my favorite places to visit is Rome. I have had the pleasure of traveling to the Eternal
City several times and I lived there for a few months. I was enrolled in a dance company
program that was based out of Rome and I had plenty of time to explore the city. I have a lot of
information on Rome which at this point feels like another home. I would tell you even if you
have something planned during your travels take time to explore and “get lost”. Some of the
most beautiful views, cafes, restaurants, and experiences happen when you aren’t worried
about a map. Don’t get me wrong you should definitely keep one with you just in case but don’t
be afraid to wander. I created my blog Wanderling Travel to give travel tips, inspiration, and
insight into the destinations I have been to. I enjoy letting people in on the secret photo spots to
get your postcard pictures, what to try and not, cost, experiences, etc.
London’s Best Food Markets by Abbie Goes
I really wanted to come back home from my travels with beautiful pictures. My favourite locations to shoot in so far are Norway and Sweden for their breathtaking landscapes. In my kit have a DLSR Sony A7r III, with a Zeiss lens 16-35mm f/4 and a Sony lens 50mm f/1,8. I made a blog for people, who are willing to learn photography, and my main recommendation is to learn the basics of composition and practice as often as possible, no matter what kind of camera you have (smartphone, compact or reflex).
Interview with The Bitzers
I’m Abbie, a 22 year old blogger and journalist, born and bred in London. I was inspired to start blogging after I left university and felt like I was craving a new creative outlet; sharing my adventures in my hometown and around the world seemed like the perfect opportunity to practise my writing and photography. I’ve loved documenting my travels in the 10 months since beginning my blog, Abbie Goes, but now I’m also enjoying imparting my local’s knowledge about London to my readers – especially when it involves food!
Valencia, by The Travel Theory
Next in this series is an interview with The Bitzers (Michael and Jeanie), a couple from the US, who really love travel and photography! As well as sharing their images on Instagram, they also have a blog, where you can discover more of their adventures, and "outtakes" from their experiences together. One of their favourite places to explore just so happens to be where they're based, Oregon, and this interview delves deeper into their travel experiences in and around the state.
Interview with Roman Fox
Today I want to share with you my travel experience in one of my favourite cities in Europe: Valencia. Valencia is the third largest city in Spain and while it might not be as popular as Barcelona or Madrid, it is one of the best and most fun spots in the mediterranean country.
I was lucky enough to have spent six months living in this beautiful city whilst I was doing an internship as a German teacher during my studies. I had already heard of Valencia before, but to be honest I didn't really know much about it. And that is one of its perks. While Madrid and Barcelona swarm with tourists, Valencia is a much more tranquil city. However, that doesn't mean its boring at all! Valencia manages to combine an amazing coast alongside enormous beaches with the life of a large and modern city, whilst at the same time, conserving the unique atmosphere of its beautiful old town. It's a city where you can easily get from a to b, without much hassle as the public transportation works great, and it's the perfect spot if you're looking for something both, relaxing and metropolitan.
I travelled to Israel, specifically to explore the Dead Sea and locations away from the tourist hotspots. I started in the north near the border with Lebanon and slowly made my way down along the Jordan border to the Dead Sea. The trip also included a stop in Haifa (Israel's largest northern city) and the Sea of Galilee, so I could drive along the twisting mountain roads. I tried to keep away from the motorways and use back roads to get a better appreciation for the place.
With 19 million inhabitants, Osaka is the second largest metropolitan area in Japan. Located on the main Japanese island of Honshu, the comerical center is known for its modern architecture, electric nightlife and delecious street food. Go check out the plum, peach and cherry, cherry-blossom trees at Osaka Castle which is also the main historical landmark of the city. Whilst here you also have easy access to Universal Studios Japan and Sumiyoshi-taisha which is one of Japan's oldest Shinto shrines. Bright lights, gorgeous cherry blossom, history and culture await you in this Japanese metropolis. If you've got an upcoming trip to the country, and are stuck for ideas for what to do why not check out our workshops. We offer bespoke itinerary planning, centered around you and what you want to do.
Sri Lanka, an island nation south of the Indian subcontinent, is bustling with opportinities for its visitors to take up. From walking through it's rainforests to long strolls along the sandy beaches that make up the country, there's an abudance of things for tourists to do in the country. The mixture of culture, activites and sandy beaches, make Sri Lanka the perfect place for a relaxing but adventurous holiday. The friendliness of it's peolpe, it's food and tea (home of Ceylon tea), alongside cheap prices make this destination one of the most popular for people to visit in the coming years. If you've got an upcoming trip to the country and are stuck for ideas for what to do, why not check out our workshops, where we offer bespoke itinerary planning.
The stunningly beautiful country of Iceland has seen a massive increase in tourism in recent years, with many visitors awestruck by the impressive natural wonders of this small, volcanic island floating in the North Atlantic. First settled by Vikings in 874 AD, today, Iceland is a vibrant nation leading the way in LGBT and women's rights, as well as boasting incredible eco-credentials - the entire country is powered almost completely on renewable energy! The capital Reykjavík is overflowing with culture and an ever-growing community of Nordic foodies, and was the first non-English speaking city designated a UNESCO capital of literature. As for the rest of the country, Iceland offers breathtaking landscapes, glacial lakes, geysers, and thundering waterfalls, making any world-traveller instantly fall in love.