In 2011 Jonathan Look sold everything he owned, took early retirement and began travelling the world. He started this blog to demonstrate to his fellow baby boomers that the world is not some scary place and it is still open and available to those who are motivated and curious enough to go out and see it for themselves.
After our fabulous eggs Benedict breakfast at our hotel Lotte in Saint Petersburg, we were really looking forward to getting out and beginning our Saint Petersburgh tour. Saint Petersburg had been on both Jonathan and my bucket list for a very long time. We met with our guide Elena and driver Alexey from Strelka Travel […]
A Brief Introduction to St John’s Co-Cathedral Despite its somewhat austere exterior, St John’s Co-Cathedral’s interior is a fantastic gem of Baroque art and architecture and a must-see for any visitor to Valletta in Malta. The building was initially built as a conventual church for the Knights of St John. The Grand Masters of the […]
Why Move To Sardinia I love traveling, but I believe that there is no such place as home. I am from Cagliari, the beautiful capital of Sardinia, the second biggest island in the Mediterranean. It is a lovely historic city, where the first human settlements can be dated back to more than 5000 years ago. It […]
We gathered these travel with friends quotes because we know that, as important as the act of travel is, who you do it with has a huge impact on what the trip will be like. Sometimes trips bring people closer together. Occasionally, sometimes travel drives friends apart. One thing for certain, travel reveals who people […]
In 2011, I took early retirement, sold everything I owned and began traveling the world. Up until then, my life had been on a relatively standard western, or American, track. I was living well, comfortably indeed, but I felt like I was living an off the shelf, predesigned life and not doing the things that […]
While reading up about Malta and our new home in the Three Cities, it was impossible not to hear about the revered statue of Jesus the Redeemer at Senglea Basilica. The statue dates back to the early 1700s and attracts many locals from around Malta who come to pray and ask to be cured of […]
What Is The Malta Experience? The Malta Experience takes you on a 45-minute audio-visual journey through Malta’s 7000-year history. It takes place in a purpose built, air-conditioned auditorium- a perfect way to escape the summer heat. The show is offered in 17 different languages, so once you’re seated in the theatre, pop on your headphones […]