Falling in love with Tuscany

We spent a good five days in lovely Tuscany, driving through the beautiful countryside and popping by charming little villages here and there. Despite facing a couple of accommodation issues (choosing not to book beforehand for flexibility purposes), I honestly cannot imagine exploring the region properly without a car.

Agriturismo Rondinelli

Agriturismo is a popular form of accommodation in Italy, especially throughout Tuscany. It’s essentially the word broken up – agricultural tourism. This generally means beautiful farmhouses out in the middle of nowhere which offer bed and breakfast and spectacular views of the countryside.

Ibiza – more than just a party

Ibiza is over-pumping with testosterone. The male to female ratio seemed so heavily swayed towards the former that the party scene subjects many females to brutal facerape and ridiculous amounts of seediness. But then again maybe I’m just too old and this is now the norm. Nonetheless, the nightlife in Ibiza is absolutely insane and

This pilgrim life

One of the best things about doing this pilgrimage is the ability to see a great deal on a tiny budget.

Starting out in Santander, we are following the route along the North coast (Camino del Norte) one of numerous Camino de Santiago routes. In my very simple head I had the romanticised idea that this meant walking along beaches and long stretches of sand.