With the time off I get in Athens, it gives me a lot of chances to see more of Greece, so I decided to do an actual tour. I wanted to see some of the real history of the country, so Delphi and Meteora were a must do. Epic scenery and some great stories as […]Read More Delphi and Meteora
Part 1 here The next day I decided a walking tour might mean I learnt something about the sights I was seeing, so headed to town to meet the late morning one, only to miss it. From there however I decided to head to another part of the city and check out DOX the modern […]Read More Prague Pt2
The other day I took my jaunt into Central Europe, visiting Prague in the Czech Republic and Berlin, Germany. With the exception of a couple of snowboarding trip to Austria, I had not explored this part of Europe, so I arrived with open eyes ready to soak in the sights and culture. First things, Prague […]Read More Prague Pt1
I have some holiday time coming up from my new job, I should be able to get away for 9/10 days depending on how nice my boss is, so I’m thinking about Central/Eastern Europe While I feel like I’ve done a decent amount of traveling, I certainly haven’t done loads (especially compared to some people) […]Read More Where Next?
Bath, down in the South-west of England is great town for those looking for a little more history, and the feel of a real English town Split into two main areas: the first is Southgate, a relatively newly built commercial zone with the usual suspects of high street stores, fast food and chain restaurants. It […]Read More Bath, Historical Town
So on to the biggest city in the north of Vietnam, Hanoi. The second largest in the country, and the capital while the country was divided during the war. There’s two little areas within the city that have a few hostels in each, the first is home to the Infamous Hanoi Backpackers, and Central Hanoi […]Read More Vietnam Pt11 – Hanoi
If the history of Irish religion is something you’re interested in, then Dublin surely is the best place for you. Along with the famous sight of Christchurch Cathedral, there’s hundreds of other little spots that can hold your fascination. The first of these is the resting place of St Valentines remains, the Carmelite Whitefriars Street […]Read More Religious Remains – Irish Religion; St Patricks, St Valentines & Christchurch – Blog for Jacobsinn.com