In my previous post I talked about general information on public transport and accomodation. This time I would like to share my personal experience of visiting Brussels.
Brussels was on my top list of cities to visit whilst I’m living in Paris. Firstly, because it was looking very promising. Secondly, it is rather close. And last but not least, the transportation expenses are quite low. On April holidays I went back home and just before that I finally had a chance to
It was a hot summer day. Early in the morning, me and my friend Jairo picked up our backpacks, packed our swimsuits, sandwiches, DSLRs and set off to Durdle Door. If you spend as much time as I do on Instagram contemplating landscape photos of people who travel all over the world, then you probably
I love Paris. Life is boiling here: fashion events, exhibitions, theatres, concerts, wine and cheese. What else one can wish for? Well, how about a little bit of quietness and fresh air. That’s something Paris cannot offer and I’ve been craving for a getaway. One day, when I was procrastinating on various web pages, I stumbled
In my short trip to England I managed to squeeze a visit to Cambridge which was the reason why I went to the UK in the first place. Not to see Cambridge which is absolutely lovely, but to hang out for a couple of days with my beautiful and talented friend I hadn’t seen in
To start of my blog I would love to share some useful [or not] information about the trip I took to England a while ago and enriched with some additional remarks and observations to make it more of a personal experience.Luckily, currently I’m based in Paris. Unluckily, I need a Visa. These two statements can only mean two things: tickets