Great architectural buildings, cheap food and drinks and a shared passion for paprika – when there is a city that has it all, then Budapest!
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”
– Mark Twain
When I first visited San Diego, I fell in love with the laid-back lifestyle and the great weather year-round. I enjoyed lots of my time at the beach, I went shopping, I had good talks to people and I walked around the city center with big eyes.
Packing for a beach day is so much fun. I always love it and can’t wait to be at the ocean. And why? Simply because of two things: I can go to the beach which makes me always happy.
When in Rome do as Romans do! This way you get to know a city better. Because if you think Rome is just old, ancient and boring, then you are completely wrong!
Full of history and lots of authentic Irish pubs: Dublin offers a huge range of outstanding things and great experiences. Suddenly you can find yourself in old libraries or you enjoy the famous Guinness beer in one of the great pubs in the city.
Everybody knows that flying long distances, traveling through different time zones and being up in the air at around 10.000 m (32.800 ft) can be tiring and exhausting sometimes.
On my short trip to Marrakech I didn’t want to miss the Moroccan food. It’s a mix of fresh local vegetables, meat and a lot of spices such as garlic and balsamic.
There is nothing better than listening to the vocals of the Muezzins, smelling the scented aroma of the numerous spices and watching the fascinating mosaics you can find all over the city.