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Hiking in the Lyngen Alps

I don’t think I need to say much here. But just to tell you that this was definitely one of my favourite hikes ever!

Greetings from Riga

In 2011 I visited Riga for the first time and I instantly fell in love with it. My boyfriend and I spent a long weekend wandering around the town and […]

Sandiaoling Waterfall Trail

Sandiaoling Waterfall Trail is not that well-known even among locals. When we told our hosts about the trail, they had no clue where that was. And yet, the trail is […]

Taipei 101 – an architectural marvel

Paris has the Eiffel Tower, NY has the Empire State Building, London has Big Ben… and Taipei has Taipei 101. This extraordinary building consists of 101 floors above the ground […]

Bye-bye Vienna

We left Vienna a few weeks ago. I must say that we were really lucky with the weather until the very last day of our stay. And we saw most […]

Greetings from Vienna

After Jelenia Gora and Poland, Vienna is our new home away from home. This is where we’ll be staying for a month. Moving from one country to another can be […]

Bye-bye Jelenia Gora and Poland

This was the view from our window during the month of August; so calm and peaceful… I will miss this lovely little town! Its unusual wooden balconies… Some interesting details […]

The Church of Peace in Jawor

A few years ago, my boyfriend and I visited the church of peace in Świdnica. We booked the visit in advance, we arrived at the appointed time and our guide, a friendly […]

Perła Zachodu in Siedlęcin

Perła Zachodu (meaning: the Pearl of the West) is a traditional Polish inn overlooking the Lake Modry. You can reach it on foot from the center of Jelenia Gora. All you need to […]

Bolesławiec – Ceramics City

Bolesławiec in Lower Silesia is one of those towns that has a lot to offer but that is not on the tourist radar. They call it Ceramics City because of its […]

Adršpach Rock Town in Czech Republic

It is truly extraordinary what our dear Mother Nature can create. Now, don’t be put off by its name – Adršpach  (I’m getting used to tongue twisters in this part of […]