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Bye-bye Tallinn!

Tallinn may be one of the smallest capitals in the world, but it has a lot to boast. It has a lovely personality and an abundance of places to explore. […]

Greetings from Tallinn…

This is Tallinn, the capital of Estonia – and also my favorite city….I could give you lots of reasons why I like it so much: it’s old (but perfectly restored) […]

Karlova in Tartu

A few days ago, I spoke about Supilinn, but there’s another gorgeous district in Tartu. It’s called Karlova. It’s much bigger than Supilinn, so there are, of course, many more […]

Greetings from Tartu in Estonia

Tartu is the second largest city of Estonia and it’s often considered the cultural centre of the country. That’s because of the University of Tartu, which is the oldest and […]

Gmünd

If you’re visiting Carinthia, make sure you go to Gmünd. Surrounded by mountains…It’s small but really charming… With a couple of interesting art galleries… And an old castle on the […]

Klagenfurt am Wörthersee

Klagenfurt am Wörthersee – our new home, but only for a few weeks of course… Remember, we’re digital nomads! Wörthersee (Lake Worth) – definitely worth seeing! It only takes about […]

Metelkova – The Other Side of Ljubljana

You wouldn’t expect such a place in the heart of Ljubljana. Set up in 1991, Metelkova is an autonomous social and cultural centre in the Slovenian capital. It consists of seven buildings […]

Central Dalmatia

Hi Everyone! I’m alive but busy (as usual!) We spent about four months in Central Dalmatia and here are some places we visited: Drvenik Veli Omiš 3. Šibenik4. Split5. Primošten 6. […]

Stari Grad on the Island of Hvar

This is the oldest town in Croatia. Apparently, it’s as old as Aristotle.. Stari Grad means OLD TOWN. You like it, don’t you? It’s marvelous, I agree. Let me tell […]

Greetings from Trogir in Croatia

It’s kind of strange to be in Croatia at this time of the year. Most cafés, restaurants and hotels are closed, and there’s hardly anyone around. Apart from the locals […]

Bye-bye Faroe Islands

Don’t ask me what I liked the most about the Faroe Islands – I liked every single place we visited.  I especially enjoyed taking the helicopter, seeing seals swimming freely […]

The Island of Fugloy: Remote but beautiful

We travelled from Torshavn to Fugloy by helicopter. Helicopter tickets can be booked and paid online https://www.atlantic.fo/en/book-and-plan/helicopter/travel-tips/ For only EUR 30, you’ll fly above several islands and be treated to […]

The Village of Tjørnuvík

The weather has been exceptionally good for this time of the year. It’s hard to believe that we’re in the Faroe Islands! Yesterday we visited Tjørnuvík, which is one of […]

Far away in the Faroe Islands…

I tried hard not to check too many photos on the Internet before booking our stay in the Faroe Islands. I read quite a lot of articles (including the inevitable […]