Monthly Archives: December 2014

The Peloponnese



While travelling through Eastern Europe we’ve brushed up on a lot of our knowledge of modern history so have a much better idea of how all these countries have changed shape over the past decades. I’m not sure I’d be any more capable of remembering the date lines that Mr Symonds used to try and … Continue reading The Peloponnese

The Ionian Islands



We were told by Doerte way back in Lübeck that after travelling for four weeks you stop counting the number of weeks. She had learnt this while on a 3 month tour round Europe in a camper van. Apparently we’re now into our 4th month on the road but it’s only the number of each … Continue reading The Ionian Islands

Albania and The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Albania



At some stage I’ll write a review for the various apps and websites that we’ve been using so far during our trip as there are so many clever tools that have been invaluable to us. Sometimes getting a signal for free WiFi can be a bit too much of a distraction as it’s easy to … Continue reading Albania and The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Albania