Author: asitravel

Ronda. I think the Roman Bridge from this little town is one of the most famous sights in the world. I spent three nights in Ronda and even though I could have stayed there less I am happy with my selections. Hotel Arunda 2, because yes there...

Now before I start this review I must tell you that Cordoba is a must. There are a lot of tourists here but I feel that many people do this place injustice when choosing to visit just the Alcazar or the Mezquita. Cordoba is not a...

As I said in the first article of this series I won’t review restaurants like I did before on the blog. I will take a different approach here because eating in Spain has been a bit different than eating in other parts of Europe. First of...

“One night in Bangkok and the world's your oyster” Well, I spent quite a few nights in Bangkok and I loved this full, nonstop, 100% of the time action city. Before even starting my review I must say that the city is huge. Like really huge. And...

Sevilla. My first stop in Andalucia. As I promised in the intro to this series my reviews will look differently from now on. I will start with a brief description of the good and bad then in the second part I will share with you some stories or...

As you may already know Puglia for me represented an amazing surprise. Warm people, beautiful places and great food. Ostuni was the last stop for that beautiful day in May after visiting Alberobello and Locorotondo and after parking the car about 1 kilometer from the city...

2006. First year that I wanted to travel to Andalucia. For over 12 years I kept dreaming of this part of Spain but always postponing my trip. I saw countless places along these years but I always kept thinking someday I will reach these places too. And finally...

Now, even before I start, I must confess that writing an article on Thai food is not a simple task. I assume that a book would be more appropriate to try and describe the vast amounts of street food and the diversity present in Thailand. Unlike...