Barcelona is the capital of the region known as Catalonia. It has its very own flag and a language called Catalan which you see on the street signs. One of the most important buildings here, is Parliament de Catalunya in Parc de la Ciutadella. This is the building where the regional parliament sits.

Barcelona is where you will find one of Europe’s most famous streets known as La Rambla. Broken up into five different sections, attractions along it include the famous Teatre del Liceu which dates back to 1847, and the colourful Mercat de St Josep de La Boqueria. Another thing you will find along La Rambla are lots and lots of street performers. Throughout the day you can see human statues and street performers of all kinds on this famous street.


Hamburg was forced to rebuild and reinvent itself in the wake of World War II bombings. The result? A captivating mix between the old and new; a modern metropolis infused with lessons and memories of the past.

Not much of the city remained in the wake of the war. Kontorhausviertel and Speicherstadt are two areas which escaped bombings. They’re now UNESCO World Heritage sites and feature some of the city’s most captivating brickwork and gothic revival architecture. Despite this, cafes and bars are littered throughout these areas giving them a lively atmosphere day and night.


Denver, lays claim to the invention of the cheeseburger. The trademark for the name Cheeseburger was awarded in 1935 to Louis Ballast.The highest paved road in North America is the Road to Mt. Evans off of I-70 from Idaho Springs. The Road climbs up to 14,258 Ft. above sea level. The United States federal government owns more than 1/3 of the land in Colorado. Colorado contains 75% of the land area of the U.S. with an altitude over 10,000 feet. Colfax Avenue in Denver is the longest continuous street in America.


Vietnam is one of Southeast Asia’s most beautiful countries, attracting travellers to its lush mountains, bustling cities and golden sand beaches. Despite rapid modernisation in Vietnam’s urban centres of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh, time-honoured traditions remain intact amongst the locals. There are numerous ancient landmarks and colonial structures that have survived throughout the bumps and scrapes of history.


Hands down, this is my favourite country. Trying to list all the reasons to visit Indonesia is a nearly impossible, and never ending task.

With over 17,000 islands spanning from South East Asia across to Oceania, you are spoilt for choice. The ever popular Balibecame a second home for me and I discovered there is a good and the bad side to it. You can find remote paradise in Raja Ampat, explore some of the world’s most famous temples in Yogyakarta and be amazed at a million other things.

I hope this in-depth Indonesia travel guide will help you plan an incredible adventure to these islands and if you have any questions, just give me a shout.