“Then I thought of all those times when we captured a moment that we really loved and enjoyed, attempting to pass the scene exactly as it is through the lens… ending up to hate the result! It can be frustrating, it can be funny… so I asked some travel bloggers to share with me their worst-favorite captures. “Photos that we wish we could retake”! Well, this I present to you…”
Yes, I’m a bookworm! I love reading books because through their pages I can travel, Ι can see through the eyes of each writer and learn. It is a means to be in other places, to let the need of exploring grow inside me. 1. The Great Railway Bazaar The Great Railway Bazaar by Paul […]
Then, I only spent some time in Tirana, but while crossing the country and seeing its beauty through the window of the bus, I knew I had to come back.
Balkans! The best choice to travel within Europe and keep a low budget. Plus, they’re so beautiful! Within 10 days of August I traveled by train in 4 countries and didn’t spend more than 200 euros, all included.
A walk in the city center fills you with colors and music sounds, caused by a big amount of street artists. At the castle, you get in touch with the city’s history, but you also experience an amazing view… the meeting point of Dunabe and Sava Rivers.
Balkan Tour by train: My first stop was Macedonia, a country that surprised me many times.
As I love hearing other travelers’ stories, I asked five travel bloggers to share their first hitchhiking experiences, their motives, and feelings.
I asked five travel bloggers to share their Greek Philoxenia stories with us, so let’s hear them!
Urban Exploration in an Abandoned Industry