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 …

Plovdiv – Night of Museums and Galleries

After we had our trip to Ohrid cancelled, we paid a visit to Sofia’s Central Bus Station to choose a new destination. We were already packed and ready for Macedonia and we had three days off, so we had to pick Read More …

Calico Ghost Town

We were crossing the Mojave Desert in California on our way back from Las Vegas, Nevada when we saw a sign with the words “Calico Ghost Town”. It aroused our curiosity and we couldn’t ignore it, we turned right and we Read More …

Bike Sharing in Thessaloniki

Greece has one of the most developed bike sharing systems in Europe. During my weekend getaway in Thessaloniki in the beginning of August, one of the first things I noticed as soon as I arrived was “Thessbike”. The name is Read More …

Good Morning Thessaloniki

Good morning Thessaloniki! That was our first thought as soon as we arrived to Greece’s second largest city…. Thessaloniki! We had just come from Sofia, Bulgaria and we had been on the train for 7 hours straight, we were lucky Read More …

Losing All Your Travel Photos

It was in the year of 2015, by the month of August, that happened one of the most awful things that I have memory of. My computer broke down, and I was almost 100% certain that it was the hard disk Read More …

The True Meaning of Material Stuff

Everyone loves purchasing something new, those new boots you’ve been dreaming off, that 70” LCD, a brand new car… but, lately I’ve been thinking otherwise. Of course there’s stuff I still dream of having, but my mind has changed a Read More …

Let’s Explore Cabo da Roca and Cascais!

Today Wild Wild Basch went on a roadtrip across some of the best places Lisbon has to offer, together with 3 travel enthusiasts interested in getting to know a little bit more of my home country. Mixing the portuguese, the slovenian and Read More …

Wild Wild Basch – Tour Guide and Event Organizer

It hasn’t been long since the start of Wild Wild Basch project. Despite the fact that it’s not growing as fast as I would like it to, which I blame on my lack of time, it’s growing in the right Read More …

Don’t fear the Unknown

The “Unknown” is everything that stays outside your comfort zone, it’s everything you’ve never done and everything others judge to be an awful thing just because it’s not part of the usual boring daily life! But, you have to get Read More …