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Meteora independent photo tour and hiking map: be your own guide

Meteora independent photo tour and hiking…

Meteora is an amazing place for photo addicted, where to take o...

Visiting Meteora in Greece, orthodox monasteries and incredible rock formations: our experience and advice

Visiting Meteora in Greece, orthodox mona…

If the Eden Valley existed, it had to be in Meteora: this is ...

Veliko Tarnovo: a medieval town in Bulgaria famous for its light show

Veliko Tarnovo: a medieval town in Bulgar…

Veliko Tarnovo (Велико Търново in Bulgarian) is a medieval to...

Adam and his Happy Nomad Tour: long term travellers weekly interview

Adam and his Happy Nomad Tour: long term …

Find out how Adam, a long term traveller from Usa, passed from ...

A slow traveller in Africa: interwiew with Phil

A slow traveller in Africa: interwiew wit…

Phil, interviewed for our weekly series,  fell in love wit...

Meet Nancy Sathre-Vogel: a full-time traveller for more than 25 years, now on a family journey cycling the world

Meet Nancy Sathre-Vogel: a full-time trav…

Our world traveller's interview series brings us today to Nancy...

Close encounter with rhinoceros, crocodiles and a sloth bear in Chitwan National Park, Nepal

Close encounter with rhinoceros, crocodil…

 Chitwan National Park in Nepal, was no doubts one of my...

Win a free Filtered water bottle worth 49.95$!

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Visit to an underground amusement park built inside an old salt mine: Salina Turda in Romania

Visit to an underground amusement park bu…

 Salita Turda is an old salt mine with a unique atm...

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Meteora independent photo tour and hiking map: be your own guide Meteora is an amazing place for photo addicted, where to take outstanding pictures even with little technical skills, since the place is providing most of the magic. Before planning your independent photo tour and start hiking in Meteora, you should know the basics of the area: if you haven't done it already, we suggest you to first read our article... Read more
Visiting Meteora in Greece, orthodox monasteries and incredible rock formations: our experience and advice If the Eden Valley existed, it had to be in Meteora: this is what we though while visiting this supernatural mix of natural landscape and human-made constructions. Meteora is not only a unique witness of monastic life and art in Greece, but also an incredible place to mesmerize at amazing views, green valleys and steep rock formations that will... Read more
Veliko Tarnovo: a medieval town in Bulgaria famous for its light show Veliko Tarnovo (Велико Търново in Bulgarian) is a medieval town in the center-north of Bulgaria, former capital of the Second Bulgarian Empire and one of the most visited cities of the country. In particular it gets flooded with tourist for the yearly celebration taking place on the 22nd of March, famous for its 3d and light show.The center of... Read more
Adam and his Happy Nomad Tour: long term travellers weekly interview Find out how Adam, a long term traveller from Usa, passed from a "hit and run" lifestyle to his Happy Nomad Tour!  I’m a 31-year-old American from Cleveland, Ohio. I studied electrical/computer engineering and then worked on oil rigs in the Persian Gulf. While there I traveled a lot, but I was utterly miserable. I went to business school in... Read more
Close encounter with rhinoceros, crocodiles and a sloth bear in Chitwan National Park, Nepal  Chitwan National Park in Nepal, was no doubts one of my most intense experiences while travelling, not only for its amazing nature and fauna but also for the memory of the adrenaline running in my body after a rhinoceros was chasing us.It was one of my first destinations in Nepal right after visiting Lumbini, the birth place of Gautama... Read more
Visit to an underground amusement park built inside an old salt mine: Salina Turda in Romania  Salita Turda is an old salt mine with a unique atmosphere given by the underground amusement park housed in its majestic chambers. It is located in Romania, a 40 minutes ride from Cluj-Napoca, the second biggest Romanian city and former Transylvania Capital. It became nowadays a touristic destination known to locals, but not to international visitors. History of Salina Turda... Read more

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Casino Constanta – The history of a masterpiece of Art Nouveau suspended on the frozen Black Sea

Casino Constanta – The history of a maste…

At the beginning of February, current year, we went to Consta...

954 days, 34 000 km and 23 countries in 46 photos: my amazing travel around Europe, without flying

954 days, 34 000 km and 23 countries in 4…

This is the story of my 954 days amazing travel around Europe w...

Let's go hiking: Cinque Terre and its rural side

Let's go hiking: Cinque Terre and its rur…

If you arrived here by chance, you might want to start with t...

Hiking to Les Calanques: Marseille 's hidden fjords

Hiking to Les Calanques: Marseille 's hid…

From last year visit in Marseille, what we keep the most in o...

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Free accommodation: 15 Strange places where I slept for free without a tent While travelling on a budget sometimes things can go wrong or different than expected, ending up sleeping somewhere unusual at night. Others times it might be just... Read more
My experience of Kumbh Mela in India between Hindu religion and traditions in Haridwar This year took place in Allahabad, India, the Maha Kumbh Mela, the biggest religious gathering of the world attracting tens of Millions of Hindu pilgrims each time.... Read more
20 Incredible jobs I saw in India: life seen from another point of view If you think you have a boring office job, sitting full time behind a desk, 40 hours a week, and you are willing to spice up your... Read more
A freezing experience at the Ice hotel in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden Every Year in Jukkasjärvi, Swedish Lapland not far from Kiruna, is build an ice hotel that can accommodate more than 100 people, made completely of ice, the... Read more

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Housesitting in the Greek island of Evia with no internet
We are house-sitting in the Greek Island of Evia with limited connectivity. Now we are in the closer village 30 min away just quickly checking our emails. We have some amazing photos from Meteora that...

Meteora independent photo tour and hiking map: be your own guide

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Meteora independent photo tour and hiking map: be your own guide

Meteora is an amazing place for photo addicted, where to take outstanding pictures even with little technical skills, since the place is providing most of the magic. Before planning your independent photo tour and start hiking in Meteora, you should know the basics of the area: if you haven't done it already, we suggest you to...

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Visiting Meteora in Greece, orthodox monasteries and incredible rock f…

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Visiting Meteora in Greece, orthodox monasteries and incredible rock formations: our experience and advice

If the Eden Valley existed, it had to be in Meteora: this is what we though while visiting this supernatural mix of natural landscape and human-made constructions. Meteora is not only a unique witness of monastic life and art in Greece, but also an incredible place to mesmerize at amazing views, green valleys and steep rock...

Read more

Veliko Tarnovo: a medieval town in Bulgaria famous for its light show

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Veliko Tarnovo: a medieval town in Bulgaria famous for its light show

Veliko Tarnovo (Велико Търново in Bulgarian) is a medieval town in the center-north of Bulgaria, former capital of the Second Bulgarian Empire and one of the most visited cities of the country. In particular it gets flooded with tourist for the yearly celebration taking place on the 22nd of March, famous for its 3d and light...

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Adam and his Happy Nomad Tour: long term travellers weekly interview

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Adam and his Happy Nomad Tour: long term travellers weekly interview

Find out how Adam, a long term traveller from Usa, passed from a "hit and run" lifestyle to his Happy Nomad Tour!  I’m a 31-year-old American from Cleveland, Ohio. I studied electrical/computer engineering and then worked on oil rigs in the Persian Gulf. While there I traveled a lot, but I was utterly miserable. I went to...

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Close encounter with rhinoceros, crocodiles and a sloth bear in Chitwa…

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Close encounter with rhinoceros, crocodiles and a sloth bear in Chitwan National Park, Nepal

 Chitwan National Park in Nepal, was no doubts one of my most intense experiences while travelling, not only for its amazing nature and fauna but also for the memory of the adrenaline running in my body after a rhinoceros was chasing us.It was one of my first destinations in Nepal right after visiting Lumbini, the birth...

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Visit to an underground amusement park built inside an old salt mine: Salina Turda in Romania

 Salita Turda is an old salt mine with a unique atmosphere given by the underground amusement park housed in its majestic chambers. It is located in Romania, a 40 minutes ride from Cluj-Napoca, the second biggest Romanian city and former Transylvania Capital. It became nowadays a touristic destination known to locals, but not to international visitors. History of...

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Window views in Norway: nature in the backyard

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Window views in Norway: nature in the backyard

 While traveling in Norway last year, we were impressed by the amazing views and luxurious nature that Norwegian people could enjoy daily. And the best part was that they weren't moving from home, but just by sitting in the comfort and warmth of their houses, they could stare outside at the magnificence of Mother Nature. During...

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Blocked by floods on the road from Manali to Leh

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Blocked by floods on the road from Manali to Leh

This is an experience that is still clearly impressed in my mind despite not recent. It was August 2010 and I was almost at the end of my 9 months Asian trip, planning to visit the legendary Buddhist hamlet of Leh in Ladakh, India. Unfortunately I wasn't able to reach my final destination, because we got...

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Memories from Nepal: my indelible birthday while in a homestay in the …

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Memories from Nepal: my indelible birthday while in a homestay in the Himalaya with a local family

If I think of the most surprising birthday I've ever had in my life, it was no doubt my 29th birthday celebrated while I was in the Himalaya in Nepal, in a homestay with a local family. After trekking for three weeks the Annapurna Circuit and further away, I went back to my basecamp in Pokhara. After...

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Who is behind this travel blog? An insight into the life of two gypsy …

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Who is behind this travel blog? An insight into the life of two gypsy travellers

We recognized that while we write many articles in our travel blog about places that we visit, we say how amazing they are, we upload photos, and we tell you how to go there, we never say anything about us, and more than that we rarely put photos of the gypsy travellers in action! So we...

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