Visiting Budapest

Have you ever been to a city that left you speechless? That seems to happen a lot to me. Actually every time I visit a new city, I fall a little bit in love with it. Budapest has joined on the list of cities that has definitely left me speechless. Even though there were a…

Visiting Ptuj, Slovenia

Slovenia has a lot of beautiful hidden gems. One of them is definitely the city Ptuj in the northeast part of Slovenia. It has lovely views, good coffee and a whole lotta history. Do you know Ptuj is the oldest city in Slovenia? You can feel it when you visit the city centre as you…

Visiting Zagreb, Croatia

Zagreb is full of great coffee spots, trendy food places and rich cultural heritage.  It is also the  capital and largest city of Croatia. I was staying in Zagreb for five days and every day I had the afternoon free to do whatever I wanted, while mornings were reserved for my traineeship. I was quite…

Visiting Bangkok, Thailand

The last part of our trip to Thailand was spent visiting Bangkok. We’ve heard it’s a nice place to party and to stay. It’s also a great starting point to go to different cultural heritage spots, if you love to discover hidden gems. If you want to read part one or two, check here for…

Visiting Thailand – food edition

Do you know I love food? I’d call myself a foodie, but I am not that picky. I love, love, looove food. That means wherever I go, I have to try new food, flavours and follow the saying “in Rome do as the Romans”. That means lots of local food. So Thailand was the perfect…

Visiting Phuket, Thailand

I know, you should make hay while the sun shines. But what can I say? I finally managed to collect all the pictures and write all my thoughts about this trip. I went to Thailand with my friend Nataša for more or less 14 days. The 6h travel from our city to the airport +…

What gear I packed for Thailand

I know, if you’re like me, you google everything before you go somewhere for a while. At least that’s what I did. I googled everything. What to expect in Thailand, what kind of traffic do they have, food, water, shops, sights… everything! I also googled what kind of photography gear should I take with me…

Visiting Venice, Italy

It’s a special experience to walk through centuries-old alleys and canals, to admire the square of San Marco with the beautiful architecture and to order a coffee/aperol/tea in the middle of one of the most beautiful cities of the world.