I have no idea why I waited so long to go there! The vibe, history, energy, the people, museums, everything is fantastic! As a solo traveler, it made me feel welcomed from the moment I stepped out of the airport. Easy to get from the airport to the city center, friendly coffee shops, warm people, cool places for brunch and well organized public transportation are just a few of the reasons why Berlin is truly awesome!Read More
When you’re far away in a beautiful country, you gaze into the eyes of your better half, above it’s a sky full of stars, you hear only the sounds of nature around, you drink an amazingly good wine and you think that it doesn’t get any better than this, you see a firefly! That was the thing about Sri Lanka: it was a constant surprise, a wonderful adventure!Read More
some kind of paradise
‘I left my heart in Bali’ is one of the most common hashtag on Instagram when it comes to Bali.
Everyone told me that is a peaceful place and that you can feel that peace all around you when you’re there and I didn’t really believed them. I didn’t believe any of that, I was very skeptical! I mean, comme on, it’s such a touristic place, how can you feel peace in there? That was until I got there.Read More
Oh, the Stuttgart City Library is a piece of heaven for book lovers and for photographers. I could have stayed there for 3 days in a row without getting bored. You can pick up any book you want, you can stay and work on your laptop or you can just enjoy the silence.Read More
It’s not easy to travel solo but every trip has thought me something. When I left for Athens I was wondering what more can I learn about myself. On Venice I found out that I can enjoy a romantic city if I ignore all the touristic stuff around me, in Barcelona I learned to eat dinner by myself in a restaurant and in Germany that I’m not a weirdo if I walk alone in the rain with a camera!
Well, Athens showed me that I can stand up for myself and it made me realize that I’m the only one responsible for my happiness!Read More
When we got to the first stop, I was brave and fearless! Around stop no. 2 my thoughts about quitting came to mind, but the view from above kept me going! After stop no. 3 I really wanted to quit, but having Cornel encouraging and pushing me (sometimes literally) kept me going! At stop no. 4 I was convinced that I’m not gonna make it. I was seriously thinking that I can camp there until the next day when my husband will pick me up, on his way down. But after our 5th stop I couldn’t think anymore and the only words I kept repeating to myself were “one foot in front of the other, one foot in front of the other, one foot in front of the other”. The lack of oxygen was no help also! 😅 That was until...Read More