Views of the World – by Stefania van Lieshout
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Put away your mobile phone. Ignore Tripadvisor and Google Maps. Use a paper map and a watch, travel slow and enjoy your travel to the max.
Clean hair on the road Until a week ago I didn't even know solid shampoo existed. Although the bar looks like and smells like soap, it works just like shampoo. I know this because I tried one with a lovely lavender scent, handmade by a friend no less. This...
The Enrique García-Herrera square in Malaga is in vogue. Even though its design is rather unsophisticated it is still a cool place to hang around.The reason for being so trendy is largely due to its strategic location which is exactly between the old and the new city...
Valencia is an iconic Spanish city, known for its famous landmarks, food and ‘Las Fallas’, with a sunny climate and nearby beaches, wetlands and mountains.
In Lisbon there is so much to do and to see. Historic sights, stunning views, delicious food and scenic rides are just a few of the attractions.
Discover Vienna with these tips for things to do during your city trip. Where to eat, what to see, what to avoid and how to plan your visit.
My favourite Asian destination is without a doubt Kerala. This is the perfect place to unwind. Centuries-old traditions, mesmerizing music, delicious, mostly vegan food and of course the healing power of nature help to escape the rat race of westsern society, at least for a while.
The Danube Delta is a remote region in Romania where you will meet only a few locals and a handful of foreign tourists. It is, in fact, Romania’s best-kept secret.
The Delta consists of narrow creeks, canals, rivers, lakes, enchanting islands, pearly white sandy beaches and amazing wildlife. On a boat, with a camera at hand, it is easy to imagine that I am the new David Attenborough.
Want to eat honey from a comb or simply leave behind the stresses of the modern world? Then Dobrogea is a good place to start exploring rural Romania.