A Tasquinha (Nazaré)

BONUS: Crooked Bridge (Kriva Cuprija) — Mostar

Shopping: Shopping is mainly concentrated in Victoria, but there are small shops in most villages. Typical opening hours are Monday to Saturday 9:00 am to 1:00 pm and again from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Some stores are open later during the summer months. Authentic souvenirs: silver filigree, hand-blown glassware, lace and Gozitan honey.

Where to Experience Live Music

The Old Bazaar is a place to get daily errands done and a great opportunity to purchase souvenirs. Next up on David’s tour is the Museum of Bitola, which holds ancient artifacts and memorabilia from the Balkan struggle for independence. The museum itself used to be a military academy. There are several exhibits and halls dedicated to the academy’s most famous student – Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, also known as the first president of Turkey and “Father of the Turks”.

3. Navajas (Atlantic Jackknife Clam)

David’s Been Here is in the Castilla y Leon region of Spain, touring all the top destinations and activities in the city of Valladolid. Though it may not be coastal, Valladolid does boast a beach right in the center of the city along the pristine River Duero. A great spot to catch a few rays or cool down in the waters, head to Las Morenas Beach for a very unique activity within the city. Production by Carlos de Varona from Chromahouse.

Catch a Concert at Symphony Hall

Located at South Hockley, Birmingham’s jewelry quarter offers a wide range of the UK’s best jewelry output. The area developed following the jewelry trade site the 20th century, after it was proposed as Birmingham’s center for creative industries, much like regeneration of Shoreditch in London and Ropewalks in Liverpool. This attracted an influx of trendy boutiques, cafes, offices and restaurants while still maintaining the main industry that gave the area its name.

Dining Experience: Yaxche

Camiguin is among the smallest provinces in the Philippines, also holds the record for many active volcanos per square mile. There are 7 of them on the island, with Mt.Hibok-Hibok function as the greatest and most remarkable one. Growing to the peak of Hibok-Hibok is no simple climb, also would require you the whole day, but the view from the summit is magnificent. The trek is equally as rewarding, as you make your way through thick jungles filled with exotic plants and animals.

El Escorial

Hiking is a popular pastime here, and there are several routes to choose from. I was told that the meadows are covered in wild flowers and aromatic herbs, providing plenty of wonderful smells along the marked paths. You can also self-drive to reach the viewpoints like we did.