In our itinerary, we only had one day to spend in Oslo. But there are so many things to do between cruises, hikes, museums, guided tours, kayaking, sight viewing tours and so much more. How to choose? The way we chose was based on the rest of the activities that we had booked during our… Continue reading What to Visit in 24 Hours in Oslo | Honeymoon in Norway | Day 2
After a beautiful wedding day, it was time for us to pack our hiking boots and raincoats and make our way to the airport for our exciting honeymoon in Norway! Our flight was in the afternoon but we knew the situation at the airports where chaotic so we went 3 hours earlier. Initially, it didn't… Continue reading London to Oslo and the Queue from Hell| Honeymoon in Norway | Day 1
I have a PADI Rescue Dive certification and I have over 70 dives to this day. But what if I told you I’m scared of diving? Let me tell you my story.
Santorini is one of, if not the most, famous Greek Island. It is known for its active volcano, dramatic rocky landscape, blue domes and unforgettable sunsets over the Aegean Sea. But in this article we will explore Santorini from another point of view, underwater. We booked two dives with Santorini Dive Center next to the… Continue reading Diving in Santorini – Greece Travel Guide
well-known for its medieval history and her castles all around the country. From London to Edinburg and every little place in between, you'll find a town with a medieval castle and/or a beautiful Cathedral. Arundel is also one of them.
Geneva’s Botanical Gardens and Conservatory is the perfect place to spend your summer days. In this blog, we tell you all the things you can do.
Things to do at the amazing small Cycladic Island of Kea. From beaches, hikes to water sports and scuba diving, this island has something for everyone.
A recap of my horrible year and my plans for a better new year
Salis was one of the most known characters of the last century in the town of Chania. He was a descendant of slaves from the Egyptian occupation in Crete (1830–1840), with Sudanese origin. In 1856 Hatt-i Humayun abolished slavery, however many former slaves decided to remain in Chania and work as porters. From a very… Continue reading Salis Chelidonakis The Philanthropist Black Boatman| Secret History of Crete
London is the capital of England, and the UK. And like every capital, there is so much to see and visit. But what happens when you only have one day to see as much as possible? It can be overwhelming to try to craft an itinerary that will allow seeing as much as possible and… Continue reading One Day in London Walk Tour | UK Travel Guide