Two Days in Athens: Eating, drinking and lots of broken things

I loved Athens but it wasn’t what I expected at all. In fact, it was a lot like Palermo or Taormina in Sicily - which is perfect because I loved both of those places - but I didn't know it would be so vast, so lively and filled with that rich cultural feeling which I…Read more Two Days in Athens: Eating, drinking and lots of broken things

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[Photography] Pompeii: One of Italy’s most powerful historical sites

After packing my life into two small bags, I embarked on the most wild adventure of my life, travelling directly from my temporary home of 8 months in Sicily, hitching rides through Italy, flying to Germany, swinging into Prague, flying to Greece, Budapest and then settling in Australia. I took way too many photos and…Read more [Photography] Pompeii: One of Italy’s most powerful historical sites

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[Festival Guide] Greek Theater Festival in Syracuse, Sicily

Syracuse boasts the only school of classical Greek drama outside of Athens, and from mid-May to mid-June, it hosts live performances of Greek plays in the city's ancient Teatro Greco. Ciclo di Rappresentazioni, or the Festival of Greek Theatre, is Syracuse, Sicily's crowning jewel and its most important annual attraction. Throughout May and June, the…Read more [Festival Guide] Greek Theater Festival in Syracuse, Sicily