Portugal is a fabulous country. I mean, it’s Mediterranean, it’s sunny, Portuguese…
Wherever we travel, we make sure that some hiking is included. That’s how we ended up spending two days in Šumava National Park in Czechia. It was just enough to explore this pretty park and all of its beautiful alpine lakes. Because who can resist alpine lakes?
“Just living is not enough … one must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower.” – says Hans Christian Andersen, the famous Danish writer. Well, we bring bright skies and beautiful flowers to you in this photo essay. A slice of our colorful summer.
How much can you travel when pregnant? And how far? Can you travel by airplane? Can you drive? Can you hike? Is travel the same in each trimester? What are those things that you especially need to pay attention to? Here comes my experience about travelling when pregnant.
Autumn is coming. Among other things, it means the end of another hiking season, especially as the weather gets harsh and snowy in the high mountains. But that doesn’t mean you can’t take advantage of the last warmer, sunnier days of autumn, and explore hiking trails at lower elevations. Let us show you a pretty idea for that in Germany’s Berchtesgaden Alps.
Transfăgărășan Highway climbs to the second highest mountain pass in Romania and is probably the best scenic drive in the country. It runs through the wild and unpredictable Făgăraș Mountains and gives access to breathtaking Lake Bâlea, pretty waterfalls and high peaks. We share our experience driving the Transfăgărășan – and all the tips that can make your trip more enjoyable.
Puffins are the cutest birds. Period. (Our blog, our opinion. Sorry. 😀 ) But these adorable birds prefer the least accessible places to nest and breed. It’s quite understandable from their point, but it makes hard for us to take a close look at them. They live on the islands of the Atlantic Ocean – the smaller the island is, the higher the chance is that they’ll like it. It’s rare to see them on the main island of Ireland, but large colonies breed on the smaller Irish islands. Like the Skellig Islands.
July was typically hot and sunny, with lots of short trips, lots of get-togethers with friends and family, and lots of ice-cream.
Turquoise bays in the shade of ancient walled towns. About 3600 miles…