I got only a short breather after the last trip – enough to catch up on some sleep and try to out-lay-in-the-bed the aircon-induced flu – and off I went to yet another adventure: in Spain. I have been to … Continue reading
Posted in Barcelona, Europe, Spain
Tagged all you can eat, Barcelona, Bellos Aires, buffet, Can Paixano, cava, cheap hostel, Dio club, free walking tour, great hostel, Icarus LaBlue, Manu Chao, Mariatchi bar, milonga, Montjuïc, RunnerBean tours, Salsa club at Port Olympic, Spiral Dance, St. Christopher's Inn, Tango, tapas, TravelBound bar, Wok Dao, Zich club
Maldives has always been on my bucket list… granted, every country on this planet is on that same list, but this one was in the top 20 for sure, if only because it is also in the top 20 to … Continue reading
Posted in Maldives
Tagged cheapest, Dubai airport, Emirates, ferry, food, Maafushi, Maldives, Maldives boat trips, Maldives traditional dance, Maldives traditional music, Male, manta rays, snorkel, stingray hotel, stingrays, swimming with manta rays, swimming with stingrays, swimming with whale shark, transit, whale shark
Of the many ways Facebook has changed our lives, one of the more frustrating is how quickly it can take the shine off your best vacations. Thanks to album shares and instant photo uploads, it’s now much easier to see … Continue reading
Posted in Global
Tagged Based on a True Story, exclusive, experience, experiential travel, Fortnighter, Frommer's Remix, once in a lifetime, One&Only Resorts, travel, vacation, Vayable
Every big picture is made up of the smaller details, right? Well, Croatia was definitely one hell of a patchwork of small, fairly insignificant events, random acts of un/kindness by both friends and strangers, unforeseen inconveniences and absolutely great times … Continue reading
Posted in Croatia, Europe, Sibenik, Split, Trogir
Tagged 30, 37, airport bus, Croatia, Hostel Sunseekers, Hostel Vijur, salsa, Salsa Beach Splash Festival, Sibenik, Split, Trogir, Vila Plavi Biser, zouk
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It may be nice when everything goes according to the plan, but it usually doesn’t make an exciting tale in the end. With this in mind, I would say that the unexpected turn of events during my last trip to … Continue reading
Posted in Europe, France, Paris
Tagged Barrio Latino, Carlos Da Silva, It's on the Meter, Lenka, MAD DAWN Challenge, Montmartre, Paris, Paris samba zouk, zouk
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I had hoped for a relatively boring stay in Warsaw, and I got just that (besides our quest in search of any bank or exchange office that would accept a fully torn-in-half 100$ note, which had ended in raving success: … Continue reading
Discovery of the week: that Murphy’s law is a valid and potent force in the universe had been confirmed empirically this weekend. My mother, who dropped in for a brisk visit, had the flight to and from Vienna (it was … Continue reading
Back from Paris, re-packed suitcase, then off to the Hague via Amsterdam I went… Our original plane’s pilots must have eaten some wrong kind of brownies, or maybe they had just been blown off by the strong winds in the … Continue reading
Before I even start on this, allow me to mention that Paris is a city I have already visited several times throughout my life. While a full-feature story about my previous trips to the city is still in the ether … Continue reading
Dear followers! First of all, thank you so much for being there! I hope I don’t disappoint you with the quality/frequency of the posts :). If you’d ever have any suggestions, comments, requests – you can always contact me! Second: … Continue reading
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The next destination on the map carried the nickname of “the bay of poets”. The little town Lerici apparently hosted a bunch of creative people’s retreats and was one of their favorite places to visit for inspiration. This was pretty … Continue reading
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Rescued by my friend from the increasingly boring stay in Bologna, I got a chance to visit Florence. It was roughly lunch time when we arrived… You can also view the album as a slideshow: Our next stop for the … Continue reading
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One time a CouchSurfing friend of mine suggested to go for an Erasmus Valentine’s day party in Bologna… The tickets were cheap, so was the stay, and in the anti-v-day spirit, I said “definitely yes!”. This is how it went … Continue reading
I remember when we took a ship ride from Cyprus to Israel to visit Jerusalem back when I was yet a pre-teen. The very first local image imprinted in my memory was that of huge piles of trash on the … Continue reading
Posted in Eilat, Israel, Jerusalem, Jordan, Petra
Tagged Aqaba Bay, Dead Sea, Eilat, Israel, Jerusalem, Jordan, Petra
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On November 9th, 2007 I have arrived to Sri Lanka for a congress and some sunshine. I was the only one flying from Prague, so I had to wait a couple of hours for the others, and then we finally … Continue reading
Everyone smiles on Sri Lanka, but unless you kick them in the nuts, exerting any sort of effort, with rare exceptions, is not on their agenda… As I mentioned before, I had managed to multiply my adventures tenfold – here … Continue reading