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ITALIAN PHOTODIARY: Weekend in Venetian lagoon


I believe that there is always a good time for a weekend getaway and frankly, not that many things in the world can take my mind of things as well as strolling through a new (or old) place and soaking up different views, surrounding myself with unfamiliar faces and simply exploring and aimlessly wandering around. So, for the long weekend…

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MERHABA ADVENTURE: MY TURKISH DELIGHT


„Aren’t you scared of going to Turkey?“ Unfortunately I heard this sentence a lot more regarding my recent trip than „Have fun in Turkey“ or “How was your trip to Turkey“. And yes, given the circumstances and last year’s dramatic coup attempt or airport attacks and other security issues, I can’t blame people for having the negative thoughts and prejudice…

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10 REASONS TO VISIT KENYA


Once called East African Republic, Kenya belongs to one of the most visited country of the entire African continent. The reason why all the tourists flock into this country is simple – it’s Kenya’s breathtaking nature and wildlife, unparalleled range of activities and incredible diversity of landscapes and cultures that make it a prime African destination, despite of recent major…

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FALL IN THE JULIAN ALPS: sLOVEnian PHOTODIARY


“I took a walk in the woods and came out taller than the trees.” H.D. Thoreau …or in case of this trip, my friend and I went to the mountains and came out taller than all the peaks. When we started planning our nature getaway that we wanted to fill with hiking, biking and eating, my friend and I could…

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SOL, TAPAS Y MUSICA: MY BARCELONA GETAWAY


“I love Barcelona”, “It is my favourite city in Europe”, “Oh Barcelona, I would love to move there one day….”. These are examples of some of the reactions I heard when I had mentioned I was planning a trip to Barcelona earlier this year. The place is often referred as one of the prettiest cities in Europe so it is…

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Ciao SICILIA! My trip to the Northwest


I never really knew much about Sicily. I was only aware that it is an Italian island located in the Mediterranean Sea with the mysterious capital city Palermo known for once being a home of the “Godfather” mafia and that Sicily’s most iconic landmark may be the active volcano Mt. Etna…so it was about time to delve into what real…

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HOLY COW! WELCOME TO INCREDIBLE INDIA


India is a crazy place, there’s no doubt about that, and just thinking of the time I spent there brings back so many feelings and emotions. It can be overwhelming, noisy and chaotic but also peaceful, spiritual and somehow soothing. In my opinion there are not that many countries in the world that would hold so many contrasts within their borders…

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KIA ORA NEW ZEALAND II.: SOUTH ISLAND IN PICTURES (and a little talk about vanlife)


“Home is wherever you park it.” That is music to my ears. The possibility of stopping anywhere I want, taking back roads to see something special, driving through detours just because I feel like it, listening to music while enjoying the empty roads and soaking up the scenery…. that is the kind of flexibility and independence I was craving during…

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VIVA PUERTO RICO: The ultimate guide to the „Island of Enchantment“


Thanks to its beautiful beaches, washed by even more beautiful Caribbean waters, all surrounded by splendid palm trees and a tropical breeze Puerto Rico rightly earned the nickname “Island of Enchantment”. But there is a lot more to Puerto Rico than “just” spectacular beaches. It is also a home of verdant nature, historic cities and warm-hearted locals which when bundled…

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SALAAM ALAYKUM MOROCCO: One week in the Arab West


Waves of the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, exotic charm of the Sahara desert, high peaks of the Atlas Mountains, Arab culture, Berber traditions and magic of the ancient towns with the combination of the proximity to the European continent caused that Moroccan Kingdom has recently been experiencing a massive boost of tourism. Nicknamed Maghreb (“Arab west”), this African…

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