There is nothing quite as exhilarating as enjoying a holiday close to the water. So, when the opportunity arose to go on a holiday, I had no hesitation in choosing Villa Cala Rosa in Corsica.
“Every man has two countries – his own and France.” These are the inimitable words of Thomas Jefferson, ardent Francophile and third President of the United States.These words are so true because there is no on earth with the same inspiration for travelers as France.
On our way to Corsica, we decided to pass through Italy. We spent a few days in Golfo Aranci in hotel Gabbiano Azzurro. This hotel is stunning. It looks like a little Italian paradise in the best part of Sardinia.
I was always dreaming about visiting Istanbul, the city with a rich history and one of the only cities in the world to straddle two continents (Europe and Asia).
As we continued our European explorations, we were excited to visit Hotel Bergheimat in Mühlbach, Austria. We’d heard many great things about it, and were keen to reach there as soon as we could!
For the final two days of our Bali holiday, we chose to stay at The Pavilions – an exquisite hotel in a quiet area called Sanur. It ended up being one of our favourite stays in Bali!
Throughout my life, I’ve been privileged to stay at so many beautiful and stunning hotels in countries all over the world.
When travelling through a country, I love to explore the variety of cultures and destinations – from the ocean’s edge through to the hustle and bustle of the major cities.
We were visiting Chamonix for its hiking adventures and also to visit the world-famous Aiguille du Midi, so chose to stay at Hotel Heliopic. I’d heard many great things about this popular hotel, so was keen to check it out!