Stolac and Radimlja Necropolis in Bosnia & Herzegovina

Participating Wineries

The biggest concept I want my audience to gain from following my work is that I am honest, I won’t have a brand buy an opinion from me and if I like a product it’s because I do love it. Because I’m always honest, and I tell my truth via Instagram stories (on the regular) I really believe my audience knows I’m not telling lies like a lot of influencers do on the regular. Being real is so important, and my audience knows I’ll tell them my honest and real thoughts about a particular product, experience, process, etc. Always honest here, and if my view is ignorant or not accurate, I am always willing to hear the ins and outs of the other side which makes me more approachable and willing to learn long-term.

3. Navajas (Atlantic Jackknife Clam)

As for 2013, it is still completely open, but I am in talks with many tourism boards and will be meeting with over 25 of them in London at the World Travel Market this November. I may not get the chance to visit all the countries on this list because, unlike other travel bloggers, I have to spend a considerable amount of time in each place in order to get all I need to make travel guides. So it’s taking me a lot longer (5 to 10 per year).. but so what because I’m going to reach 100 eventually! Smaller countries like Bahrain will take me 4 days tops, but large countries like India would be divided into separate trips with each trip focused on a specific region rather than just hitting the major tourist stops.

3. Navajas (Atlantic Jackknife Clam)

5. Alcantara Bridge

One of the most kid-friendly activities that can be enjoyed in the Mont Blanc region is sledding, also known as sledging. Even adults looking to recapture memories of zipping down hills of snow will have a blast spending time at one of the region’s several sledging areas.

5. Alcantara Bridge

Hlane Royal National Park

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Hlane Royal National Park

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Getting there: Kos can be reached by plane or ferry. The Kos International Airport Hippocrates is conveniently located in the center of the island. Olympic Air and Aegean Airlines offer daily flights from Athens. During in July and August, Astra Airlines offers the additional service of flights from Thessaloniki. Ryanair offers year round flights from Frankfurt-Hahn and Milan-Bergamo with rates as low as €30 for a return flight. Bus schedules from the airport to Kos Town and Mastichari revolve around Ryan Air flight schedules. Ferry services are available from neighboring islands: Piraeus, Rhodos, Patmos, Leros, Kalymnos, Santorini and Syros. You can also take a ferry from one of the nearby Turkish coastal towns of Bodrum and Datça. From Turkey, a one-way fare will cost between €28 and €30 and a valid passport is required for travel. During winter months, visitors should keep in mind that they will have to contend with a reduced ferry schedule.

4. Pack casual clothes.

The town rests at the confluence of 3 rivers, Inn, Ilz and Danube, thus the nickname”City of Three Rivers.” Hills and these 3 rivers combine to make a magnificent cityscape.

4. Pack casual clothes.

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