Fabulous beaches, the friendliest of people, excellent food and a few surprises along the way – why camping in the French Basque is brilliant.
There’s so much to see and do in Menorca from beaches and boats to island hikes, excellent food, history and wildlife. Here’s the best of Menorca part 2
There are so many things to do in Menorca, lots to see and masses of reasons to visit. Here are just some of the ways I fell in love with it…
Hello, I’m Suzanne, welcome to The Travelbunny my little piece of the blogosphere. Here I share my tips on where to go and what to see there; both the hidden gems and the hotspots. Food is one of the best ways to learn about a destination so I hope encourage some culinary curiosity; and a little adventure is never a bad thing. Join me on the journey…
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Rye, in East Sussex, is one of those pretty little market towns that time seems to have passed by. It’s one of the best-preserved medieval towns in England with a muddle of steep cobbled lanes lined with higgledy-piggledy historic houses, and ancient inns. This enchanting Cinque Port town is the perfect place for a chilled weekend break.read more
A magical vintage train journey on the historic Douro Valley steam train through Portugal’s Douro wine region and vineyards with photos and video footageread more
The drive through Death Valley National Park was yet another highlight along the route of our South West US road trip. Death Valley possesses a sun-bleached grandeur, and desolate sense of vastness intersperced with green shrubs, vivid striata, sparkling white salt flats and open-air history.read more
Yosemite National Park is known for its incredible natural beauty, giant sequoia trees, iconic vistas, gushing waterfalls, green meadows and the towering granite giants of El Capitan and Half Dome cliffs. But what if you only have a day to explore? Here are my tips to help you get the best out of a day in Yosemite.read more
There’s a place on my travel wish list that has always intrigued me. A place of ancient civilizations, mountain-top ruins and home to one of mankind’s greatest mysteries. Where the people are welcoming, creative and colourful and a country whose capital is considered to be one of the best cuisine destinations in the world.read more
Reykjavik is the coolest of cities with a distinct design culture and artistic creativity. Here are my Reykjavik design favourites from architecture to home crafts…
There’s a loaf that’s been baked underground in geothermal springs in Iceland for generations. It’s dark, dense, deliciously sweet and it’s called Hverabrauð or Thunder Bread.
What to wear in Iceland in summer or in winter – packing tips for your trip to the ever-changing climate in Iceland.
Visiting the Blue Lagoon in Iceland. Hints, tips, information and everything you ever needed to know about visiting one of Iceland’s most popular attractions.
Tips for Visiting Reykjavik – what to see, what to do and where to go and how to get there from the airport
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