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Medieval Tallinn Old Town in White, Estonia

Last week I travelled to Tallinn for a relaxing weekend break away from all the hustle and bustle at home and long hours at work. It was a much-needed getaway and I was happy to be back in the city after a long while. Fotor_154920348626544 Continue reading

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How to Get 10% off Your Next Hotel Stay with Booking.com

Holidays coming up? Are you planning to make a hotel booking and looking for a good deal? There is so much availability and comparing hotels and prices is exhausting. When you want savings without complicated steps or extreme limitations, you may want to pay attention to this 10% offer with Booking.com that I have secured.booking.com discountWhen you book your accommodation through this Booking.com discount link, you will get 10% cash back in the form of a refund to your credit or debit card after you have completed your stay booked through Booking.com. Is there a catch here? Not really. It is pretty straightforward.  Continue reading

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Giveaway: Tickets to Matka Nordic Travel Fair 2019 in Helsinki, Finland

Happy New Year! 2019 is in full swing and I want to thank you for all the support and love I have received from you throughout my adventures around the world during the past years.

Dark and cold winter is here and this is the perfect time to dream of upcoming travels and adventures, look for new ideas and plan your next dream trip. Therefore, I am happy to give away a ticket package Continue reading

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My 15 Unforgettable Travel Memories of 2018 – Highs and Lows

All I can say is wow! What a year it was. 2018 was such an active and incredible year for me. This year was all about adventure and exploring new countries. All together 9 weeks, 13 flights, 3 continents, 7 countries, 5 islands, 11 cities, countless villages. Thousands of photos. 33 blog posts. Feelings of all sorts. Happy smiles, crocodile tears, excitement, disappointments. I have encountered them all.

The memories I made and everything I got to discover in 2018 were truly amazing and I am so thankful to have gotten the opportunity to travel so much. Now looking back, maybe even a bit too much as there was too little down time at home. That said I would love to share with you my most unforgettable travel memories – highs and lows – of 2018.agadir beach morocco

Prettiest scenery: Bali’s volcano shooting ash at sunset

I will remember this scenery forever. Sweeping bays of Amed, black volcanic sand and the most beautiful sunsets with Bali’s active volcano Mount Agung in the background. No tv needed for entertainment when nature Continue reading

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Magical Christmas Season in Helsinki, Finland

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Christmas is only 8 sleeps away. Who is excited? I am for sure!All the way since the summer holidays my life has been chaotic. I have been super busy, worked long and unhealthy hours, travelled a lot for both work and pleasure, started a new Continue reading

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Oslo Street Art: Colourful Tøyen, Norway

On our last morning in Oslo after a nice and light breakfast at a local bakery we did a self guided street art walking tour in the neighbourhood of Tøyen, where we stayed during our long weekend in Oslo.street art toyen oslo Continue reading

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Vigeland Park in Oslo, Norway – World’s Largest Sculpture Park

So weird but so wonderful. Oslo’s Vigeland Park is the quirkiest and most fascinating park I have ever visited. I don’t get too excited about sculptures and such, and I had no idea what to expect but as I arrived at Vigeland Park after exciting adventures conquering the heights of Holmenkollen Ski Jump I was in for an intriguing surprise! Over 200 naked human figures in all its glorious simplicity and in all variety of poses and situations.The unique Vigeland Park is the largest sculpture park in the world by a single artist, Gustav Vigeland. Set along a boulevard among large areas of Continue reading