From a very fortuitous redundancy in 2014, and a subsequent 6 week house sit in Umbria a whole new world has opened up for Philip. Having been involved in sales his entire working life, prior to arriving in Italy, he is now determined to seek out every little hilltop town and village in Tuscany/Umbria and is well on target. He loves finding those little off the beaten track places that are rarely visited and then sharing their secrets with Art In Voyage guests. An Australian, who has developed a passion for all things Italian, he and his wife Jackie are constantly on the lookout for that special place.
Immersing yourself in the souks is one of lifes great experiences
A special place with one of the best sunsets in the world
Romeo and Juliet territory but also home to an amazing ancient Roman arena which now presents some of the greatest operas and musical events which offer an unforgettable experience
Mostly Brisbane Australia
My parents used to show dogs so not so much a vacation as a tour of dog shows all over the country!
Singapore at 17
Singapore at 17
If you are hungry or a mad keen shopper go back at least three streets from any major tourist attraction, then start looking
Venice, London , Spello( not really a town, more of a village in Italy)
Still waiting for the most
Ryanair if I can help it
a week long seafood feasting in Puglia on the Adriatic Coast
High Atlas Mountains in Morocco
Anywhere in Europe I haven't been yet
Attempt to play guitar and practice my Italian
When we left Australia in 2014 on what was a temporary basis and 5 years later we are still in Italy and now proud home owners here
Steve Lukather, Joe Bonamassa, Bill Nighy, Steve Porcaro and Ringo Starr
Silly question.... Italia of course!
Canon, my wife would kill me if I said anything else