Rural Tourism in Romania: Investing in People

As a tour guide and travel blogger writing mainly about Romania and tourism in Romania, I do get to travel this country a lot with or without tourists. After a year of intense travel from one corner to another, it’s Read More …

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My week of firsts in France

The title is self explanatory. I will however deepen the subject and say that out of all the trips that I did in this lifetime from vacations to business travel to trips I guided, NONE of them was so adventurous Read More …

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Mademoiselle, you can’t speak French!

I’ve just got back from France, a trip that I longed for for a lot of time. As I was strolling through Paris and other places in France – separate story to come – I realised what big of an Read More …

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Not fishing in the Danube Delta

I recently discovered that the Danube Delta is not actually for fishing. Or just for fishing to be more accurate. Let me explain this epic epiphany: I grew up in Constanta just about 120 kms away from the Danube Delta. Read More …

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We Heart Cyprus

I know it’s a bit odd to talk about a summer vacation when winter hasn’t even begun yet but I believe it’s never to soon to start dreaming and planning. Plus, deciding on a destination months ahead gives you the Read More …

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The Ghost Town Of Famagusta

Today it felt like I needed to give Romania some rest. I remembered that I’m due to finish my Cypriot story. It was the last day of my vacation and since I had enough of baking under the sun and Read More …

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Mornington Peninsula: Girl Meets Australia

On the 27th of December 2013 I embarked on my first trip outside Europe. I was going to Australia for a month of vacation and I rejoiced in the thought of experiencing summer in the middle of winter. After two Read More …

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Moments in glossy Melbourne

Melbourne was the first new world city I have ever been to. Here, on the old continent, we have business districts with sky-high glass monsters but they are not part of the cultural identity of the city. We built them Read More …

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Milan: a photo diary

I figured I’m never going to write a piece on my March escape to Milan so I picked 26 photos that best sum up my trip. Dates: 2nd of March-6th of March 2015 Places visited: Bergamo, Milan, Lake Como

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To camp or not to camp?

Last year on my first (successful if you ask me) trekking trip I promised myself to do a mountain trip once per summer. If it happens more than once, good for me but considering my busy, crazy schedule I try Read More …

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