New Year 2019 found us in lovely Piran also known as the Venice of Slovenia. This small and charming town was one of the five destinations in our European winter road trip that took us through Austria, Slovenia & Italy.
I believe traveling is one of the best forms of therapy. I can truly “recover” from day to day life by leaving. Whether it’s six months in South America or a weekend in Copenhagen, traveling always takes my mind off of things and truly inspires me. This post is about that; the need to take a break, to leave, to discover, and to come back feeling refreshed with a clear mind and new ideas.
With its dreamy landscapes, unique food and one of the clearest skies in the world, Valle del Elqui is an absolute must see when visiting Chile.
Valparaiso is unique. There is this contrasting mix of beautiful views, colorful houses, amazing street art, as well as dirty streets and a sense of unsafety.
From the Seven lakes route to Circuito Chico, the town of Bariloche in Patagonia has a lot to offer: lakes with the most intense blue color, mountains peaks that scream trekking, and cute little islands where you just want to grow old in…
Happy 2017! May this year bring you joy, laughter, and loads of travels of course:). We could safely say that 2016 was the year of travels and we could not have been happier to finish it with another trip. This time we spent New Year’s in Europe, briefly visiting lovely Strasbourg in France and enjoying the beauty of the Black Forest in Germany.
My knees hurt for days after the two treks in El Chalten, Patagonia the cutest little village surrounded by mountains also called The National Trekking Capital. But what an experience that was!
Visiting the Perito Moreno glacier in Patagonia, Argentina was the first WOW moment of our six months trip in South America. Before Patagonia, we had spent four weeks in Buenos Aires where we had a good time, but hardly comparable with the visual feast this part of the world offered us.
I remember we were in Ilha Grande, Brazil when we first started reading about Colombia, and amongst all the beauties featured in Lonely Planet, it was Cocora Valley in the Zona Cafetera that caught our attention. Looking back at our time in the country considered too dangerous to visit not long ago, Cocora Valley was the absolute highlight.