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The best of 2016 – countries I have visited in pictures

I consider 2016 to the year of contrasts.  The Seychelles and Iceland, Hungary and Turkey, Germany an Serbia, SAE and Romania… They are all soooooo different, and I am happy I could spend 3 months in Turkey. I am planning to move back to Turkey in June, but before  it´s time to travel around a bit. In 2017, I am going to leave Slovakia on … Continue reading The best of 2016 – countries I have visited in pictures

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“Should we go to London?” – Five unusual things you have to visit

You know which conversations are the best? Thoose random ones about travelling, and a couple of weeks later you truly end up at the airport waiting for your flight. From all of my spontaneous trips, London is on the first place. London has seriously everything you name. The double deckers, mixed cousine (if you want to keep the budget, Tesco might be a great option, … Continue reading “Should we go to London?” – Five unusual things you have to visit

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Personal experience tips from The Seychelles: What do you have to know before travelling there?

Booking the tickets to the Seychelles was one of the fastest decisions I have ever made in my life so far. To be honest, when I booked the ticket, I had no idea where to find The Seychelles on the map, but since I wanted to get there with a budget of a student, there was not so much time left for thinking. In case … Continue reading Personal experience tips from The Seychelles: What do you have to know before travelling there?

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Hello from the Elves

I just looove when during travelling I have a chance to enroll to the local culture a bit. Fortunately, this happened on Iceland as well. We got to try the Icelandic cousine, picked up some habbits, found out their favourite free time activities, ate shark (after which you should have a shot of their typical alcohol – Brennivin. Shark  was not my favourite, but  you should definetely give it … Continue reading Hello from the Elves

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Iceland: Interesting facts only locals can tell you about

In October we attended an international project through AFS Intercultura Slovakia,  which was funded from Erasmus +, with the theme –  Changes through action: Seeing beyond our national identity and exploring the multicultural Europe. Beside this, we had a chance to see the beauty of Iceland and take a little look to the Icelandic culture. Iceland is a combination of fascinating landscapes and rugged coastlines, … Continue reading Iceland: Interesting facts only locals can tell you about