Tag Archives: Sicily

The Diary of a Slow Traveller – Do I need a car?

Does Slow Travel require a car? The notion of Slow Travel by its very nature suggests not being in a hurry and being in control. A car gives you flexibility and allows control as to where you’ll go so it … Continue reading

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Diary of a Slow Traveller – Street Art

It seems that if you give someone a blank space some one will fill it. Perhaps since our trip to Berlin and a stroll down the Eastside Gallery I have come to appreciate  a city’s street art. With Slow Travel … Continue reading

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Diary of a Slow Traveller – The Food, Siracusa, Sicily

  Sitting at our favourite local coffee shop on a lovely Adelaide Autumn day, my favourite person and I quickly returned to our usual conversation – Sicily and when we can get back there. There are so many things to … Continue reading

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The Diary of a Slow Traveller – Sunglasses at Mt Etna

Coffee after our early morning bike ride is part of my weekly ritual. During the week I was sitting with my riding buddies at coffee lamenting not having sunglasses to deal with the morning glare. It provided me with a … Continue reading

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The diary of a Slow Traveller – Markets

One Love of slow travel is being able to frequent the local market.  That means not just a walk through the local market as you take in the sights but the opportunity to visit and revisit a market that overtime becomes … Continue reading

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