Sea, Sunshine and Salty Goodness in Komiža, Vis Island, Croatia

Last Friday we ventured over to the other side of Vis to the second largest town on the island, Komiža. When some fellow-travelers from Vienna described Komiža as even smaller than Vis Town, I didn't think that could be possible. Turns out, I was wrong. Komiža, at last census, had less than 1,400 residents. Its …

Street Art of Vis Town, Croatia: A Visual Journey

The street art of Vis is much more sophisticated than this sleepy little town belies. We are on day 11 of our month-long stay in Vis. In my wanderings in and around St George's Bay extending on both sides to the very outskirts of the town of Vis, I have happened across numerous abandoned buildings. …

Istrian Peninsula of Croatia

Today, a throwback to 2017... adventuring through the Istrian peninsula of northern Croatia. A Picture of Tranquility Combine the peacefulness of the French countryside, the hilltop medieval towns of northern Italy and the rugged, natural beauty of Slovenia and you have unique Istria. The early morning fog settles in rolling, rural valleys where centuries old …

Grab a friend and visit Bansko in summer to discover authentic people

The place most Europeans go skiing is so much more than some mountains to slide on. When people think of Bansko, they say "Oh, that ski resort in Bulgaria... I heard about it." But there is so much more to this magical place. Read my honest opinion on why you should visit Bansko in summer, …

Macedonia Photo Essay – SIHPROMATUM

Looks like this was an adventurous trip, Savannah. Glad your sister was ok. She is a badass, though, so we always knew she was going to pull through! Macedonia represents a lot of strong feelings for me as it was the place where I almost lost my sister and where our family trip ended...or so …

Tbilisi Day Trips – From The Man of Steel to Iron Age Cave Cities – Fearless Female Travels

Want to visit one of Lonely Planet's top countries for 2018? Head to Georgia, where the capital city offers amazing Tbilisi day trip opportunities, from Mtskheta to Uplistsikhe to Gergeti Trinity Church. — Read on

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It’s good to be home – Adi Seres

This year I make 10 years since I am not living with my parents and 5 years since I live in the UK. In 2007 I left my home town and relocated to Oradea, about 130km from home to attend University. … Source: It’s good to be home – Adi Seres

Peloponnese: Nafplio, Arcadia & Paralio Astros, and How Much Money we Spent in One Month in Greece

What an amazing Greek adventure made all the more special by the hospitality of the Greek people, to which I can personally attest.

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“There is nothing more beautiful than the way the ocean refuses to stop kissing the shoreline, no matter how many times it gets sent away”

I had posed a question to Sasha at the start of our trip if we would gain or lose weight in our four weeks on Greece. The verdict…we lost weight and got fitter! The Greek lifestyle and Mediterranean diet is the key to a long, healthy and happy life. During our five days in the Peloponnese / Arcadia region, we stayed in an Airbnb 100 meters away from the sea. Our morning ritual consisted of the following:

– Wake up with the sun when our bodies naturally want to, without an alarm
– Meditate outside for 15 minutes using a stellar app called Headspace
– Hug each other while sitting down so that our bodies connect for at least five minutes 
– Walk across the…

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