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Reykjavik Food Walk: a Review

Reykjavik Food Walk: a Review

I wouldn't call myself a foodie. But when I was offered an opportunity to do a food tour in Reykjavik, Iceland with The Reykjavik Food Walk, I couldn't say no! I must tell it was much more than just a food tour but let’s start from the very beginning. We met our knowledgeable and inspirational guide Anna Sara at Harpa Concert Hall and our exciting journey could start. After a short walk and introduction to Reykjavik from the top of the Arnarholl hill and hearing about the excitement of Icelanders upon their football team’s historic victory over England at Euro 2016, we got to our first food stop.

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9 tips for visiting Meteora, Greece

9 tips for visiting Meteora, Greece

1) Why visit Meteora? Meteora and its monasteries were on my bucket list for a few years after seeing incredible pictures of the place on the internet. It attracted me...

How to skip the lines in Venice?

How to skip the lines in Venice?

I have a feeling that most travellers want to go to Venice at least once in a lifetime, like me. What is Venice about in your opinion? The answers could...

Do not visit Israel until you read this

Do not visit Israel until you read this

These Israel travel tips from my own experience can make your trip more easy and comfortable. 1) General information Israel is a small country with a population of around 7...

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Heavenly island hopping in Coron

Heavenly island hopping in Coron

 When I was planning my Philippines itinerary, one of the most difficult parts was deciding where to go for the island hopping and the beaches. As I am more into...

Five things to know about trekking Pinatubo, the Philippines

Five things to know about trekking Pinatubo, the Philippines

1) What is Pinatubo and why go there? Pinatubo is a volcano located 100 km north-west of Manila city, Luzon Island, Philippines. Prior to its eruption, it was a little...

5 things to do in Tagaytay, the Philippines

5 things to do in Tagaytay, the Philippines

Tagaytay Located 56 kilometers south of Manila, this idyllic ridge city is blessed with crisp and cool mountain air all year round. It makes Tagaytay the excellent day trip from...

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How to become an expert of Riga’s Art Nouveau architecture in half an hour

How to become an expert of Riga’s Art Nouveau architecture in half an hour

If there is just one reason for visiting Riga, the capital of Latvia, it is the fact that the city has the finest and largest collection of Art Nouveau buildings in the world, with over 800 houses built in this style. More than 438 hectares of the historical Centre of Riga are inscribed onto the UNESCO World Heritage List, recognizing its great collection of outstanding Art Nouveau (Jugendstil) architecture. Janis Krastins, a professor of architecture, said: "In Brussels you pass one or two Art Nouveau buildings when you walk down the street, but here, Art Nouveau is everywhere you look." I am Latvian and sometimes I have a feeling that Latvians are too self critical and reluctant to praise their own country. With this photo essay I would like to make my contribution to advocating the beauty of my beloved Riga. How it all started The Art Nouveau golden age coincided with the city’s rapid economic growth in early 20 century. It was more than 10 years before the disastrous First World War.

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How to visit Hua Shan in China as an easy DIY trip

How to visit Hua Shan in China as an easy DIY trip

Why visit Hua Shan Hua Shan Mountain is one of the most beautiful mountains in China. It is very popular among tourists because it is easy to reach. There are...

How to visit Rainbow Mountains in China as a DIY trip

How to visit Rainbow Mountains in China as a DIY trip

About Rainbow Mountains Wanting to see Rainbow Mountains was my main reason for visiting China for the fourth time. Even though I didn't see such bright colours as shown, for...

15 UNESCO heritage sites of China for your travel inspiration

15 UNESCO heritage sites of China for your travel inspiration

  When planning an itinerary for a particular country I try to find the best sights for my visit. One criterion for selection often is: Is this place included in...

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The Travel Whispers Blogger Challenge

The Travel Whispers Blogger Challenge

I am happy to take part in Stephanie Fox initiated Travel Whispers Blogger Challenge and answer questions about my travel experiences and aspirations. The following questions are designed to be...

Highlights of my 2016 travels in 12 pictures

Highlights of my 2016 travels in 12 pictures

2016 was a wonderful travel year for me considering my full time not travel related job. I’ve added three new countries – Poland, Vietnam and the Philippines – to my...

10 world cities pictured from above

10 world cities pictured from above

You can see and explore every city in many different ways. One of the most spectacular options is to take a look around from above.  It can be just a...

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