Piedmont into Liguria was the exact opposite of the previous day’s pancake-flat jaunt across the Italian plain. The Autoroute Azzura, through the Appenine mountains and Genoa, presented us with a hair-raising few hours of tunnels and vertiginous viaducts. Impatient truckers, who objected to our top speed of 45 mph (70 kph), added an extra frissonContinue reading “On the Tuscan Run – Evicted Twice in Two Days!”
Leishmaniasis, caused by the Leishmania infantum parasite, carried by sandflies, is a severe, incurable disease, which is frequently lethal in dogs. Humans can also contract Leishmaniasis. The disease is common in Southern Europe, particularly the Mediterranean, and is spreading north as a result of climate change. It is also prevalent in the Middle East, SouthContinue reading “How To Prevent Leishmaniasis In Your Dog When Travelling In Europe”
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Delighted to welcome Jacqueline Lambert to the bookshelf with her books, and today I am featuring her latest release It Never Rains But It Paws: A Road Trip Through Politics And A Pandemic (Adventure Caravanning with Dogs Book 4) About the book “The mix of fun, humour, and travel…
On our morning walk, our little black pooch, Lani, rolled in a dead fish. It wasn’t the best start to the day!