After months of debate about the trip destination, Istanbul sealed the deal. This city by the Bosphorus has been on my list for ages. And i’m über excited to go. Actually I can not really imagined how the city is going to be like. Been browsing here and there (on Instagram actually..LOL) but it… Read More Wandering One Side of Sultanahmet Square
A trip in Budapest is never complete without leaving your trail in the ruins. A ruin pub (romkocsma) usually take place in an abandoned building. Many are located through out the city. But the in Pest is among the best in the word. Our favorite is the Szimpla Kert which we found in Kazinczy utca. This darling pub with… Read More A March To The Ruin
A trip with the overnight train took us from Prague main railway station to Budapest Keleti pályaudvar. The train ride itself took around 9 hours with pitch black scenery and extra bright train compartment. Once we arrived, we took a short walk to our hotel in Rakoczi ut. We were so fortunate that the hotel agree to… Read More a quest for food
One of the good thing about travelling in Central Europe is their coffee loving culture. It has been a big part of their lives and not just a fad of extravagant coffee drinks. But it is about drinking good honest coffee and enjoying some good company. This is also a thing in Prague, where coffee… Read More The Art Deco Coffee House
One winter morning, I decided that it would be a great idea to walk around Oslo by foot. It would be terrific actually if I hadn’t just rode the train for m ore than 8 hours to get there the night before. And also, it was freezing going down to -30 celcius. So there I… Read More Welcome to the Operahuset
Beautiful sunny day on Charles Bridge.
Ditching that precious folded map, getting lost instead in small cobblestoned alleys is generally the best way to discover Prague. Sometimes, after walking a couple of hours or more eventually you will find your way back to where you first set off. But, while the alleys are charming, populated with pretty cafes, souvenir shops and… Read More Discovering Prague’s Secret Passage
If you’re planning to visit Berlin, even for a short time, make sure to include at least one Sunday in your itinerary. It’s the only time of week when Flohmarkt am Mauerpark is open, and I assure you you’ll be sorry if you miss it. Located just a bit north of Berlin, in Prenzlauer Berg… Read More Blending With The Crowd in Mauerpark pt. 1