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  • The disadvantages of studying abroad

    Growing up, I have always had the desire to see the world and live in different countries. I’d watch movies or read books and I’d daydream that one day, that would be me. Perhaps part of the desire comes from the fact that I grew up in a little country like Cyprus. Don’t get me […]

  • The ultimate guide to studying abroad in Copenhagen

    It’s been a while since the last time I have updated my blog. Usually, I post about my travel journeys and adventures but chances are I will not be travelling any more at the same frequency as I did in the past. The truth is, I have recently moved to Copenhagen to pursue my Masters […]

  • Khao Sok Floating Bungalows Travel Guide

    Before visiting Thailand, a place very high on our bucket list has been Khao Sok National Park. Chances are you probably have seen at least once a video or photo of Cheow Lan Lake since this year many posts went viral. What is even cooler, is the experience of staying at Khao Sok floating bungalows for one […]

  • Ayutthaya day trip Itinerary – Exploring the ancient capital of Thailand

    A city frozen in time There are a few times in life I have been so convinced that I have stepped into a fairytale picture book and suffice it so say that Ayutthaya is one such place I believe magic has occurred. Ayutthaya,(pronnounced as ah-you-tah-ya)  was the magnificent old capital of Siam dating back 600 years making […]

  • Asia Scenic Thai Cooking School – Mastering the art of Pad Thai

    Taking a cooking class in Chiang Mai allowed me to bring one piece of the country and its culture home with me to enjoy for the rest of my life. As a food enthusiast, learning how to make some of the most delicious dishes in thai cuisine turned out to be an invaluable experience. Although […]

  • Chiang Mai jungle trekking and ethical elephant care

    A trip to Thailand wouldn’t be complete without admiring the gentle giants of animal kingdom, would be?  One of the greatest dilemmas I have faced during my trip in Thailand was finding a way to interact with elephants in the most “ethical” way possible. I knew that riding an elephant was something I wouldn’t agree […]

  • Worldpackers Experience- Volunteer in Thailand for free!

    I have always considered cultural immersion as an intangible value by integrating into a community and interacting with local people.It really helps me understanding a country better, see country from a different perspective and get a little bit deeper into a culture. And that’s why I took the decision to volunteer as an English teacher […]

  • Lefkara Village – One of the most beautiful villages in Cyprus!

    After spending some time abroad, I have came to a realization that in Cyprus we have some of the most unique and well-preserved villages in entire Europe – steeped in history that give you the feeling you are traveling back in time. One of these villages and my favorite one is Lefkara, my best recommendation […]

  • Adonis Baths

    Adonis Baths Waterfalls – A tourist trap?

    This is a story of how a local Cypriot fell into the biggest tourist trap on the island and a warning for any unsuspecting “tourists” visiting Cyprus. Guilty me, I didn’t know much about this place before visiting. After a family friend visited us from Poland, she wanted to visit Paphos for a day trip. […]

  • 36 hours in Budapest

    Budapest presents itself as an increasingly modern European city that embraces its rich history and culture. The entire city is filled with glorious architecture, boosts a café culture and has a variety of renewed, Turkish-era thermal baths. It has everything to make it one of the most interesting city breaks in Europe ; It’ has […]

  • Visiting Blue Lagoon in Cyprus

    The first time I have visited the Blue Lagoon Cyprus by boat trip was back in August when we were touring a family friend from Poland. I have always thought that the boat trips in Cyprus were meant to be used only by “tourists” so It was a big no. Eventually, I was keep hearing […]

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