If you follow my blog, you might have read my travel resolutions for 2018. If not, you can still catch up on it! This post was all about goals that I wanted to set for this year. And now that 2018 is almost over, I want to review these goals for you.
I love swimming and I love the water. So after doing SUP, scuba diving and being in a swimming team, I wanted to learn something new.
The Algarve is not only the surfing paradise number one in Europe, the Portuguese region also attracts with gorgeous cliffs, gently sloping sandy beaches, secluded coves and a year-round balmy climate.
Do you know this feeling when your hair is wet and wavy from the ocean and your lips are tasting like salt every time you drive over it with your tongue?
The smell of exhaust gases was in the air when I got out of the Central Station. Taxi drivers were scrambled to get tourists for a drive. In the background I heard cars honking.
This is the first competition of my new section Win a postcard and I’m very excited about it. First of all, I want to thank everyone who entered the game.
Last year was a year full of great adventures, experiences and memories. With this post I want to share one of those memories not to impress you, but to encourage you to do what you love and what
You feel the heat, you feel the sweat, you feel the sun. When stepping out of the Central Station, Budapest had me just because of the weather. It was in the middle of August and it was hot as hell.
Great architectural buildings, cheap food and drinks and a shared passion for paprika – when there is a city that has it all, then Budapest!