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Pest-Buda: A Charming Boutique Hotel in the Castle district


I just returned from an absolutely amazing trip to Budapest. I was visiting the city with my dear mother and “wow” is probably what describes this city in the best possible way, according to my mum (she was speechless). If you’ve ever been to Budapest, you’ll know there are two distinct sides to the city: Buda and Pest. I’ll be…

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Welcome to Skopje – the undiscovered capital in the Balkans


The home of Mother Teresa, the city of the many statues and great food are some of the things that characterizes this European capital. What gives the city its unique charm is the mixture of old and new. Its modern architecture makes an interesting contrast to the old spirit, felt in the old part of the town. What to see?…

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Dobar dan, Dubrovnik!


As George B. Shaw once said: ”if you want to see paradise on Earth, come to Dubrovnik”. There are many things to say about Dubrovnik but one thing is sure; it’s a magical city. I’ve grown up in a family where Dubrovnik has been everyone’s second home; my parents used to live an hour’s drive from the city, my father…

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My Travel Moments of 2015


The year is ending and here I am, looking at my travel photos from 2015. I wouldn’t lie if I told you there’re more than 40,000 pictures! I believe that I’ve broken my records this year with 21 countries visited – starting end of March until mid-December. These months have been full of great experiences and adventures and I’m truly thankful…

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The Ritz experience


As you might have noticed I’m not a luxury traveler, I’m not that kind of person who wants to spend hundreds of $$ for at hotel stay – nor can I afford it. However, when traveling in Asia you get tempted to try out the life of a luxury traveler as the prices are more reasonable – and that’s what…

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The Halal Guide – Places to eat abroad


After my most recent travel to Austria and Czech Republic, I figured that I wanted to make a guide of all the good halal restaurants I’ve visited around the world, as I know it might be quite hard to find a good place – I’ll also include those where they serve delicious seafood and vegetarian food. [table id=1 /]    

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25 hours – Almost home


Where do I stay when I travel, you ask. Well, that varies a lot. I stay at hostels, two, three, four and five stars hotels, and I’ve even slept in tents and under the open sky. What do I enjoy the most? Luxury, of course. I mean who doesn’t like luxury, right? Imagine my enthusiasm when I found my favorite…

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My first visit to Dubrovnik


[AdSense-A] Ever since I can remember, I’ve heard about this Adriatic city called Dubrovnik. My father would especially talk about the city, as he’d been there several times during his youth – working during the summer period and spending countless of weekends at the many beaches around Dubrovnik. However, I, for some reason, never had the chance to visit Dubrovnik…

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Is your flight delayed? Know your rights!


You’ve arrived at the airport on time, 2 hours before take-off. You’ve checked-inn your bags and passed through the security. You’ve taken a walk or two through the duty-free and now you’re ready to board.  However, when you arrive to the gate you see that there is a delay and suddenly you find yourself waiting for 2 hours or more…

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Weekly special: Magical Christmas? Visit Vienna


“Dashing through the snow, in a one-horse open sleigh Over the fields we go, laughing all the way Bells on bob-tall ring, making spirits bright What fun it is to ride and sing a sleighing song tonight. Jingle bells, jingle bells…” ♫♫ December, that time of year where cities around Europe transform into a beautiful shining white wonderland. A wonderland where…

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