The Maltese Falcon is one of the world’s fastest birds and has been prized on the island of Malta since 1530. Tricia and I had a chance to meet one up close.
The walled city of Carcassonne in southern France supposedly earned its name from a fabled siege. Have a look at the recent article and video I produced on it.
Pétanque is a game that dates back to ancient Greece. In the stone village of Uzès in southern France, we watched locals play a round on a warm afternoon.
Trakošćan Castle is located near Varaždin in northern Croatia. Built in the 13th century, the castle’s name is thought to have come from the Ancient Thracians.
In the shadow of the imposing Kotor Fortress in Montenegro, on a trail that has carried war, wine, and information for centuries, there is a man selling local wine. I decided to give it a try.
Donkeys were once the indispensable workers of the Mediterranean. However, technology has now made them obsolete. A group in Split, Croatia is trying to create new jobs for donkeys in the 21st century.
According to a recent article in Inhabitat, the Ekoplaza supermarket chain in the Netherlands has opened a new aisle featuring 700 plastic-free products. The company plans to offer these products at all of its 74 stores by the end of the year.
Cuisine, history, and a confluence of cultures at the Stari Most (old bridge) in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Roman Theater in Orange, France is almost 2,000 years old. Today, it hosts world-renowned artists and can seat 9,000 people.
Crisp, fresh air and compelling scenery make Marjan Hill one of the most desirable outdoor destinations in the Mediterranean.