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Beautiful Bolivia: The Journey Across The Salt Flats and Beyond

The Uyuni Salt Flats is the world’s largest salt flat at 10,582 km², reaching depths of 140 m. One thing is for certain in this area, the food here is never bland. The salt flats is Bolivia’s most famous attraction worldwide. But as we discovered, the the world famous salt flats were just one of the many amazing sights to see across the Bolivian mountain...

Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

Sofia – Fusion of Ancient and Modern at One Place

Bulgaria – a country with rich heritage, history and culture. A country with stunning nature beauty – spectacular mountains, magnificent rivers, waterfalls and lakes, ancient ruins, delicious food and fascinating customs. The capital city of Bulgaria is Sofia and is a great idea for a short city break. The city will surprise you with the combination of modern and new...

Barcelona – Colours, Food and Wine in Two Days

Barcelona is vibrant, colourful and packed with interesting places to visit. It is certainly perfect for a short city break, especially if you are going off-season. This is what I decided to do and visited the city for two days in the middle of the winter. I would strongly recommend spending a few more days as it is worth it and there are plenty of places you can...

Adventures in Peru: The Colours of Wanderlust

Day 1-2: Arriving in Cuzco One factor that we did not anticipate was the elevation of the city in which we are staying. Cuzco is whopping 3,400 m above sea level, which is currently the 9th highest large city in the world! Cuzco is a Peruvian city nestled in a large valley in the Andes mountain range. It was once the capital of the great Inca Empire, but is now known...

Iceland, The Land of Fire and Ice

Iceland is a very small country of merely 332,529 people, making it the most sparsely populated country in Europe and 8th in the world. Its contrast of lava fields, snow, volcanoes and glaciers gives it the nickname “The Land of Fire and Ice”. It is a magical place filled with beauty and wonder, definitely one of our favorites destination thus far. It is however very...

Vietnam 7 Days 6 Nights Itinerary – Hanoi, Hoi An and Ho Chi Minh

Vietnam 7 Days 6 Nights Itinerary – Hanoi, Hoi An and Ho Chi MinhVietnam 7 Days 6 Nights Itinerary – Hanoi, Hoi An and Ho Chi MinhVietnam 7 Days 6 Nights Itinerary – Hanoi, Hoi An and Ho Chi MinhHhBVietnam, which is formally known as the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, is a country of beautiful natural landscape. Covering an area of 331210 square kilometers, Vietnam...

Macau is Much More Than Casinos!

Macau- Asia’s Las Vegas When I decided to travel to Macau most of my friends had one reaction: “there is nothing to do there except for gambling!”. As usual I never listen and this time I was happy I didn’t. Macau is divided into the Cotai strip where you have all the casinos and everything looks like Las Vegas and the two islands Taipa and Coloane. Coloane is for me...

Dream Destination Israel

… a country between the seas, between traditional and modern, between negative headlines and positive experiences! After three years of living with Israelis in Australia, it was time for me to visit the Holy Land myself. Israel would not necessarily have been on my bucket list without my previous experience with Israelis – and I would have missed out on a lot! Five...

7 Day Trek Through The Himalayas To Annapurna Base Camp, A Tale To The Top Of The World

The Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) trek turned out to be quite tough in monsoon season. We had to deal with a lot of rain and a lot of leeches for most of the way. We got an insane amount of exercise and also ate very healthy because most of the food is a combination of vegetables, rice and/or potatoes. They do offer meat, but it is very expensive and according to blogs...

A Week to Explore the Silicon Valley of the East, Penang

Are you a street art lover? Nature lover? A foodie? A coffeeholic? Fond of arts and museums? Then you are reading the right blog for you. I traveled to Penang because I love street arts, I love drinking coffee (coffee is life), I am interested in trying various delicacies, and most of all I am a nature lover. These are just some of the few reasons why my feet brought...