The best of Bangkok in 2 days

Thailand's capital was the first stop of our Southeast Asia trip. As we had only one night there we tried to make the most of it and I believe we did pretty well. Two days in Bangkok are enough if you're also planning to visit other places in Thailand. Temples, street food, etc. are similar... Continue Reading →

The 6 most underrated places of Lanzarote

Lanzarote was the fourth Canary Island I visited after Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura and Tenerife. It's known for its volcanic landscape and the beaches. Before my visit I had heard different opinions about the island, some people loving it and others finding it boring. As I usually see the beauty in all places it didn't take... Continue Reading →

Top 5 things to do in Mallorca

Mallorca is known for party tourism and mass tourism. I didn't think that this island would impress me much but I was totally wrong. Mallorca has surprised me in many ways and taught me to have less prejudices of a destination. Find out about my top 5 things to do in Mallorca!

Discovering the beauty of my home town

Until just recently I've never really noticed how beautiful my home country and especially my hometown actually are. As I was growing up in this place I was used to my surroundings and they were nothing special to me. I remember the first time I lived abroad in Malta at the age of 17 someone asked me... Continue Reading →

Fuerteventura and Isla de Lobos

Fuerteventura is known for its crystal-clear blue water and the long and white sandy beaches. When I was living on Gran Canaria I visited the neighbouring island Fuerteventura for a long weekend. It was only 40 minutes by plane to get there and I paid 50€ for a return ticket. Isla de Lobos Our accommodation... Continue Reading →

Grand Canyon & Horseshoe Bend

The Grand Canyon is a must-see if you’re in the area. We did a two day and one night trip from Las Vegas by car. It was the morning after my birthday celebration so we were pretty tired and after only a few hours of sleep we started our little roadtrip. Desert landscape near the... Continue Reading →

Santiago de Chile

8 million inhabitants - a city with as many people as Austria. I avoided visiting Chile's capital for a long time because I thought it wouldn't be beautiful and I haven't heard good things about it either. During the last month of my exchange semester I finally decided to give it a chance. The thing... Continue Reading →

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