Alternatives: Discover Spain’s green corner

Think Spain and the first that comes to mind will surely be the tempting southern coast, the exotic Canary and Balearic Islands, and attractive cities like Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao and Seville. And that’s… Continue reading

Guest post: 10 Ways to travel safely as a woman

Travel has become an increasingly common phenomenon as the income levels have increased in the last few decades. Women too are freer now and have disposable income to make travel a part of… Continue reading

12 Ways to avoid stress when you travel

Problems with printing the tickets? Booked the wrong dates? Can’t find your passport when you check-in or running late for boarding? We have all been through some of these situations, and travelling can… Continue reading

Travel Style: Keep it simple – the natural look

Travelling inspires you in many ways – also when it comes to finding your personal style. After all you find many interesting shops in big cities, that you might not come across in… Continue reading

Travel Thoughts: Have a haircut abroad

If you’re a bit picky about your hair, you might never consider this, but having a haircut during your travels can turn out to be an authentic local experience. Through the last four… Continue reading

What women want: Salon des Fleurs in Madrid

I know what you might think? You’re not a woman – how can you know? Well, let me just say that my girlfriend’s reaction as we entered this place said it all. This… Continue reading

Fabulous features in Falkirk

If I say Scotland you will naturally first think of the magical highlands, the mystery of Loch Ness and its historic capital Edinburgh. But unlike Loch Ness (without offending any locals), lesser known… Continue reading

Street art in Zaragoza

Before going to Zaragoza I had heard that the city should be a good place to find street art, and I wasn’t disappointed. Despite not having checked up on locations beforehand, I still… Continue reading

Alternatives: Zaragoza – a beauty between giants

Zaragoza is a city most Europeans know the name of, but that few outside Spain would actually decide to go to. In Spain, the sunny coasts and the islands are way too dominant… Continue reading

Interview: Sam Ness – An American busker in Europe

I met Sam in Edinburgh back in September last year (2015). My girlfriend and I were working briefly at a hostel in the Scottish capital, which happened to be one of many stops… Continue reading