Paper bomb! Find more about this beautiful and romantic festival celebrated in Japan each summer.
Guess who designed the Statue of Liberty? You know, the famous lady of New York? Lots of people know that it was a Frenchman, but not many know that it was a man called Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi. And he’s from Colmar. He had a thing for making big, big sculptures. There is a museum dedicated to his design brilliance in this pretty French city. Read and find out more!
Welcome to Colmar, the Little Venice of Alsace! Colmar is part of France that is pretty close to Germany. It’s got everything: Beautiful river ways lined with historic houses, yummy food and great museums. Find out what Greenbug and I got up to!
Japan might be famous for its historic temples and big skyscrapers. It’s also a land of sun, sea and lots of local adventures. Here’s me in Ishikawa prefecture enjoying my first sight of terraced rice paddies and views of the country side.
Japan is famous for many things including their food. Here, I got to try out some fresh local dishes: Yummy sushi!
Did you know that Norwich has the largest number of surviving medieval churches north of the Alps?
Discover the awesome medieval culture of Norwich with our special kids trail