Ibiza has everything for the young and old; perhaps the Club scene gets the most publicity but this is an Island where the traditional Mediterranean way of life can be seen in many inland villages, where the pace of life is dead slow and stop.
The result is that those after a peaceful break can go home completely refreshed and those who have clubbed it for a fortnight go home needing a holiday.
Seriously there is something for everyone in Ibiza including the family with a ranged of children, young and not so young.
Continue reading 10 great things to do in Ibiza with Children
Though I could always keep track of new faces the incredible high rate of immigrants from Europe sort of confused me. My memory was seriously put to test when I had to study the thousands and millions of people getting off the ships arriving from the old continent. Continue reading The statue of great hope
Day 1: Marrakesh
After your arrival a shuttle will be waiting for you at the airport and take you to the medina quarters where, after taking a walk through the nearby souk and visiting the famous Djemaa el Fna, you will spend the night in a riad. Continue reading Trip to Northern and Southern Morocco (14 days)