Some of my happiest memories happened in this place and I can tell you with complete honesty that no person I have ever met has not fallen in love with this place. It's a little piece of pure tranquility.
It's only seven in the morning and I'm already sweating profusely as I wait for a tour van to the Củ Chi Tunnels. Gawking at the energetic life around me, I'm struck by how Vietnam's biggest city, Saigon, is everything you hear it is: bustling, muggy, beautiful and packed full of scooters.
I love New York City. I love everything about it; its liveliness, its diversity and even its impatience - it's all part of the character that makes this city so unique and so universally loved. I first visited New York in 2011...
Cinque Terre is one of those places you see in photos and wonder if it could ever truly exist. The image of perfection, the five towns of the Cinque Terre are vibrant clusters of colourful buildings perched one after the other, along the north-western coastline of Italy in an area called La Spezia.
If you're currently drifting through the streets of Rome (lucky!), planning a trip or simply dreaming of a Roman getaway - bear these ideas in mind and you'll be sure to leave this city with a satisfied belly, stunning happy snaps, unforgettable memories and a perpetual yearning for more - you've been warned!
Situated just outside Kutná Hora, the Sedlec Ossuary is a spine-tingling experience to say the least. With over 40,000 skeletal remains lining this medieval chapel exudes mystery and captures the mind in ways you have to see to believe.
Amsterdam. It conjures many thoughts when first uttered, most of them shrouded by thick clouds of smoke and gleaming red lights. But when you travel Amsterdam without looking for the cliches, you find much more to this enchanting city than the stereotype first reveals.