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Cycling Across Europe

It’s an understatement to say that I’ve been absent from my blog lately. I’m too embarrassed to even look when I wrote my last blog post. A lot of things have happened since the blog has been updated. I left China, breathed fresh air in Canada, cycled from London to Rome, started a new job […]

New Cycling Adventure

It’s been a “fun” few weeks. A few not-so-fun cycling adventures in China made us decide that our initial plans to cycle Shanghai to Hanoi were dusted. To reward ourselves for living in China for 9 months we decided to ride our bikes in a place where food is fucking delicious, where one can camp […]

Cycling Tours in Spain

Guest post by Maria Kruk, an author for Favorable climate of Spain allows not to give up on cycling even in winter; moreover, summer heat is more of an obstacle for those, who adores going on long-distanced cycling or trekking tours. And cycling is quite popular in and across Spain, including island archipelagos in […]

Visiting Home – An Immigrant’s Dilemma
October 14th, 2013Destinations, Europe, RussiaNatalia 2 Comments

My family immigrated to Canada when I was just 11 years old and many ask me if I have been back to visit. I visited Russia a total of 4 times since I left and sadly I have not been back since 2007. Even though I have been travelling quite extensively over the past 6 […]

5 Differences Between The Dutch and Poles (From a Pole’s Perspective)
September 15th, 2013Destinations, Europe, Guest PostNatalia 8 Comments

Today’s guest post comes to us from Agness who runs an amazing blog eTramping. Agness is a Polish vagabond who, after graduation, left her comfort zone and set off for a journey of her lifetime to China in 2011. She has been constantly travelling the world since then (slowly, but surely as she says), living like a local for […]

Rome – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

I was lucky enough to spend a week in Rome courtesy of my mother. She thought I needed a break and took me away for a week. I haven’t traveled in Europe for over four years. In fact, I haven’t really traveled to a popular Western tourist destination in quite a while and I was in […]

Ski the 2nd Highest Vertical in the World – Zermatt, Switzerland

When Jonathan brought me to ski in Zermatt Switzerland I had no idea that we would ski the whole day around the Toblerone. Excuse my ignorance, but until that day I had no idea that Matterhorn was the logo of Toblerone and that it is located in Zermatt. Cars are not allowed in the Zermatt ski […]

The City of Doomed Romance – A Day in Verona, Italy
December 23rd, 2012Destinations, Europe, ItalyNatalia 3 Comments

It feels like anytime we travel we have limited time and this Euro road trip was no exception. We ended up in Verona, Italy due to its location and proximity to the Swiss border. We originally thought about Milan or Venice but I heard mixed things about the big city and the city of water proved a bit of a long […]

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