All of the Greek islands have their own unique charm, but which are the best Greek islands for history fans? These 10 islands won’t disappoint if you like to be surrounded by old streets and… View Post

Tunisia is home to eight UNESCO World Heritage sites – seven of them cultural and one natural. The ancient city of Carthage was one of the great cities of antiquity and is just 15km from… View Post

If I had to name my favourite place, it would probably be Rome. As a foodie, history lover, and someone who enjoys just wandering around taking photos, Rome has it all. I’m lucky enough to… View Post

Mount Nemrut is one of Turkey’s most spectacular ancient sites; a mysterious mountaintop mausoleum scattered with stone heads. A UNESCO World Heritage Site also known in Turkish as Nemrut Dağ or Nemrut Daği, it remains… View Post

My First Solo Backpacking Trip, 2005. I’d be lying if I said my choice of degree (Ancient History) had nothing to do with Indiana Jones. I quickly ditched any notion of becoming an archaeologist once… View Post