“Recently we stumbled upon an incredible little place that looks like a fairy tale town. Alberobello they call it, which literally means “beautiful tree” is an adorable little town in the province of Bari and you should immediately put it on your bucket list. What makes this Italian version of Hobbit town special is the unusual cone-shaped huts called Trulli.
“The archetypical Bermuda house is a low, squared building with a stepped, white roof and pastel-painted walls, both of which are made out of stone. The roofs are designed to catch water, of which there is no fresh supply in Bermuda apart from rain. The walls are designed to restrict damage from hurricanes and are required by law to be able to withstand windspeeds of over 100 mph (160 km/h).”