Biking in Ulcinj

We were on our way from the restaurant Barracuda , the most popular place to visit in Ulcinj, a little islamic town situated the most at south of Montenegro, when something riveted our attention. On the map we saw a small place indicated as salina. We didn’t know what to expect, so when we arrived…

Surfing in New Zealand

This is a story about one of the best sport experiences, surfing in New Zealand, that became a kind of turning point in my life. Everytime I am in a bad mood or something doesn’t go well, I go back to this adventure and I get a proper mindset to go forward. 🙂 Getting back…

Less known parts of New York

How does it feel to wake up somewhere and don’t know where and when you are? Isn’t it essential for traveling to discover less known parts of some very well known places, like such big metropolis, let’s say for example… New York City. Since Manhattan is the most known of NYC, you might be surprised…

Now, where is it?

Originally posted on PolkaLady Art & Travel:
It is not Switzerland, nor Austria or other country with Alps inside of the photo’s frame. What is fascinating about this place, is that, you can dream all along the journey from one city to another and waking up in a complete different reality. It’s not in China…

Gran Canaria – the island of contrasts

Gran Canaria, is considered as one of the most popular islands at the Atlantic coast of Northwest Africa, which is a part of Spain. Most of tourists might think that the name comes from a beautiful, very colorful bird, Canary, but it’s the opposite. The birds got the name after the island. The most common explanation…

Royal National Park in Sydney

Bungoona lookout Royak National Park situated 30 kilometres in south of Sydney city, is the world’s second oldest national park (after Yellowstone National Park in the United States).

“Blue” mountains

or “Carmarthen Hills” or “Landsdowne Hills” like they were called in 19th century, are beautiful mountains situated in New South Wales, about 100 km from Sydney.  Formed around one million years ago as part of the Kosciusko Uplift during the Pliocene Epoch, they owe the name to the presence of oil bearing Eucalyptus trees, that fulfill the atmosphere with finely…

Moments in nature (New Zealand)

Otago peninsula Before even considering to come to New Zealand I was asking myself, what would be the most fascinating thing to discover here. What makes this place so different from Europe for example? Is it just because I am being so far away home that I feel so strangely desoriented…? I think I found…