November 29, 2015

Required Iran visa picture
Hands down, Iran was the most intriguing country for me to visit. I anticipated, researched and tried to imagine it. The emotions were mixed with fear, coming from poor understanding of the destination and even worse perception created by western-media, and with the excite […]

June 1, 2015

The question most frequently asked from us, after “Where are you now”, is: “Are you two still together”? Well,  personal drama is always somewhat more interesting and compelling than yet another travel story, but what about the fact that we have been able to make peace with each other eve […]

November 3, 2014

Before reading the story about how we got from Georgia to Armenia, you need to know a few things that made this particular evening quite stirring for us.

Our summed Russian vocabulary consists about 200-500 words. We can hold up small conversations but are not able to speak nor understan […]

November 2, 2014

Or in other words we are having a cool and unique opportunity to be featured by other travel bloggers. There are four questions that blog hoppers will pass to each other, trying to explain the driving force that makes them sit behind the keyboard.
This “hop” was granted to us by a Mr. […]

October 27, 2014

How often can you stay that you are stepping on the balcony of Europe and taking a look over the vast Asia? We have reached Georgia and here it is possible! This place is just something unique yet something so familiar, that to actually understand it, you have to see it yourself. Their alphabet look […]

October 4, 2014

Kurbam Bayram – we had heard that name before in Çanakkale and we knew that something was going on during the weekend we were arriving in Izmir, but we could only dream in our wildest dreams to be actually part of this important Muslim celebration up close.
Before I tell you all about how we […]

September 26, 2014

You just cannot miss Sofia when you are in that part of the world. And I more than sure the city and the people will make you enjoy the place anyway, but there are just few more things that can make this the highlight of your travels.
Stay at Hostel Mostel
First comes the one and only Hostel Mostel. […]

September 19, 2014

Visiting Serbia often means arriving in its capital called Belgrade (or Beograde for Serbians) which translates to White City. It is largest city in the Balkans that used to be the capitol of Yugoslavia that existed until 2006 until it was left with Serbia as its sole member. One could say that Serb […]

September 16, 2014

Must visit places in Sarajevo are the abandoned ’84 Winter Olympic Games grounds. Unique location, divides the four Olympic villages on the different tops of the hills surrounding Sarajevo and sets them just 12 km apart from each other, making it one of the most accessible Olympic Games grounds in […]

September 15, 2014

Bosnia and Herzegovina had already surprised positively in many ways, but it remained unsure what to expect from Sarajevo. Going to the capital cities always gives us mixed emotions. They can be pretty big and boring if you don’t have any local showing you the hot spots around. Pictures in ou […]

September 13, 2014

If anybody knows anything about Mostar, then usually it is the bridge. The 25 m high single arch Old Bridge was a greatest architectural achievement in Ottoman times and has stayed one of the most symbolic construction in Balkans.
It represents the clash of the cultures in one nation and it was one […]

September 11, 2014

When we entered Bosnia and Herzegovina, we did not know much about the country. Actually much would be an exaggerated, because our knowledge confined with the memory of war happening there in the recent history. But when we left finally the place, that seems so beautiful but yet so broken, we felt n […]

September 8, 2014

…. but not so much for backpackers.

 Now sit back, relax, and imagine turquoise waters, where rocky hilltops climb up to the blue skies and warm sun peaks through the palm trees, while you are sitting in a nice sea-view restaurant and enjoying your mussels picked with fig jam. Yes that’s […]

September 5, 2014

First of all, getting to Slovenia from Heviz, Hungary can be a very-very-very long trip. For us it consisted of having to stand under the mid-day sun with no shade to be found; getting dropped off in the middle of cornfields after misled to believe it was the BEST place on Earth to hitch-hike from; […]

August 28, 2014

Destination Balaton, and where else than Heviz, that homes the largest thermal lake in Europe and second largest in the world. Lakes strong flow of waters replenishes itself completely within 48 hours and due to its slightly radioactive and sulfuric compounds in the water, it

August 25, 2014

We took a train, to make it in time to Eger and meet our Couchsurfing host. Arnold, the host, caught our eye when we were going through profiles in the portal. His profile was as interesting and impressive as were his personal stories he shared with us. During his 40 years of life, he has

August 22, 2014

City stretching along side of the river Danube, Budapest has a taste to offer for everybody. You can choose to have a week long sightseeing tour and still won’t have enough time to visit everything. Or you can dive into the vivid night life, with backpackers crawling around popular Ruin bars till […]

August 18, 2014

At last, we have arrived to the royal Polish capital Krakow, which crowned the country till 1596.

Friendly reunion
Welcomed by a dear friend and host Blazej, we filled our first delightful evening with a lot of catching up and apple cider. With the counter-sanctions to EU by Russia, the late […]

August 16, 2014

What will you get when combining unquestionable love for Laima, humble hospitality and Via Baltica? A mix of countries that seem so familiar but yet keep you positively surprising each time you visit them. This a beginning of the quest to conquer the world starting from the Baltic States and Poland. […]

August 14, 2014

A post about getting travel groove on, packing whole life into 75L bag and actually leaving your home for good.

Getting the groove on.
Couchsurfers Gavin (Canada) and David (USA) helping out with charity work at the dog pound in 2012
Nothing beats a travel with good mindset that starts from right p […]