The Castles of Transylvania

Every time we hear speaking of Romania and Transylvania all that comes to mind is the tale of Count Vlad Dracula, a blood addict who lived in a dark and scary castle in the middle of the mountains of Transylvania. Read More …

1 Year Anniversary

Dear readers, followers, bloggers and nomads! It is with great happiness that I announce that today we celebrate a one year anniversary of what started as a small project on the 7th of May, 2016. That’s true. This travel blog completes Read More …

Waking Up in Azuga

Bucharest had been the first part of our trip to Romania. Bran was in our plans for the next two days. What we didn’t plan at all was spending a night in Azuga, a popular destination for winter sports fans, in the Read More …

Bucharest – Little Paris of the East

“Hello Budapest! I mean Bucharest…!” There is a legend that tells Michael Jackson shouted out loud to the crowd these same words quoted above, from the balcony of the Palatul Parlamentului (Palace of the Parliament in Bucharest), the world’s second largest administrative Read More …

Inside the Vatican Walls

Being the smallest sovereign state in the world, the Vatican City State, slightly larger than Disneyland, is located in the city of Rome and attracts every year over 5 million people. Besides being an holy place for believers, it is Read More …

2016 Travel Summary

You know, when you promise to yourself that next year is going to be different? That you’ll put a stop to your stagnant life, that you’ll break your routine, and get a new whole life? For several years I also Read More …

Bioparco di Roma in Villa Borghese

The Bioparco di Roma, originally Giardino Zoologico di Roma, was conceived in 1908 and later inaugurated in the year of 1911, and it is located in the gardens of Villa Borghese. However, it hasn’t been called a Bioparco since the Read More …

When In Rome

When in Rome… do as the Romans do. That’s the first expression that comes to my mind when I think about the magnificent capital city of Italy, located halfway between the south and the north of the country. Being one Read More …

An Expat Going Home for Vacation

Four months ago I became a Portuguese expat living in Eastern Europe. Last week, I got on a plane back to my hometown, Lisbon, just to say “Hello” to the city I had abandoned, and to visit my beloved family Read More …

12 Hour Layover in Munich

As direct flights from Sofia to Lisbon are almost non-existent, I knew I would have to face a connection on my way to Portugal, but I never thought I would experience such a really long one. 12 hours and 20 Read More …