Lost In Nature: Ireland

When we think of Ireland, we don’t think of Guinness. Nor Irish pubs. Not even Dublin. We think of landscapes. We think of rain. Drizzle. Fog. Wind. Cloudburst. We think of green and blue. Sheep and razorbill. Ruins on the hilltop. We visited Ireland for the first time this May. We spent two weeks road…

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Lost In Nature: Australia

When we were dreaming about Australia, we were dreaming about a paradise of pure blue and green (and orange). The countless shades of the ocean, the rainforest and the desert. Since it’s a vast continent, we didn’t have time to see the desert this time. But we’ve seen all the fabulous shades of blue and…

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Lost In Nature: Romania

Considering Romania is our neighboring country, it took quite a while until we first visited it. Exactly 29 years. But this year, we visited it twice, and hopefully, we won’t wait too long before our next visit. Because there are so many wonderful things we’ve seen there – and even more that we haven’t. As…

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Lost In Nature: Slovakia

We’re not sure what Slovakia is the most famous for. Whether it’s famous at all. But one thing we are sure is that it should be. And what we love the most about it is: its national parks! Whether we want to get lost in wild mountain landscapes, picturesque canyons, evergreen pine forests, rocky plateaus…

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Lost In Nature: Iceland

We’ve been dreaming about visiting Iceland for long. We wondered how it feels to get lost in those beautiful landscapes, to get lost in nature. We imagined Iceland as the last untouched wilderness in Europe. As it often happens with places we dream too much about we had high expectations. Iceland exceeded them so easily……

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