May 2011

Top Ten Tuesdays – Things to Do in Tenerife

The following is a guest post by Rosalea Collinge and a continuation of my “Top Ten Tuesdays” series. This week our post is on Tenerife in the Canary Islands. Tenerife, Canary is an absolutely beautiful place to visit. Here is a suggestion of ten great things to see and do while there. Teide National Park and Volcano Firstly, Teide National Park is a must-see. With the third largest volcano in the world, the Mount Teide, and its strange lunar […]

Top Ten Tuesdays – Things to Do in Cyprus

The following is a guest post. This weeks “Top Ten Tuesdays” post covers the beautiful island country of Cyprus, in the Mediterranean. With its interesting political borders on the island, and its location in one of the most beautiful areas of the world, travelers flock to Cyprus to experience all it has to offer. Below you’ll find a list of ten great things to do while in Cyprus, written by Rosalea Collinge. The island of Cyprus, found in the Eastern […]

Top Ten Tuesdays – Things to Do in Namibia

The following is a guest post. Welcome to this week’s “Top Ten Tuesdays” post. Today we are being treated to a list of the top ten things to do in the African country of Namibia thanks to Kirk Shackleton. Enjoy! Namibia is Southern Africa’s only country beginning with N. Fact. It is also one of Africa’s most exotic travel destinations, and home to some of the most dramatic dry land in the world. Why should you go there? Because it […]

Top Ten Tuesdays – Things to Do in Istanbul

The following is a guest post. The next guest post in my “Top Ten Tuesdays” is about the beautiful city of Istanbul, Turkey. My guest writer, Kirk Shackelton, had the pleasure of visiting from London, and as you can see below, he truly enjoyed his stay. A giddy excitement overcame me as I sat on the short flight that had left London three hours earlier, heading towards a place that had long been the object of my travelling desires. My […]

Top Ten Tuesdays – Things to Do in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is a wonderful country, characterised by stunning natural beauty, an incredible diversity of wildlife and warm, welcoming people. Although the country has experienced its fair share of problems over the last few years, these are domestic issues and don’t generally affect outsiders.