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Cyprus, land of love and sweet wine

Cyprus, land of love and sweet wine

Cyprus has been on my bucket list for some time now. And as it is December, I wanted to go to a warm place,somewhere in Europe. But that time I didnt know that Cyprus is the birthplace of the goddess of love and sweet wine. 

Amalfi coast, Capri, and Ischia – Italian gateway in one week

Amalfi coast, Capri, and Ischia – Italian gateway in one week

What do you do with spare 10 days but the only place you can travel in Europe. Definitely go to Italy. It has so many gorgeous places, I lived there for a year and didn’t even manage to see whole Tuscany. Whenever you go it 

Santorini dreaming

Santorini dreaming

Santorini wasn’t my dream destination until I saw pictures from this fairy tale place. I knew I have to see this beautiful but truly unique place.  There where few recommendations online on where to stay and as we couldn’t decide on which is our favorite 

Seven countries in two weeks. Exploring southern Europe

Seven countries in two weeks. Exploring southern Europe

What you gonna do if you don’t have anything to do and spare time. Learn how to play chess, read some books, clean up your closet, go for walk or if you not home stay home kind of person then go for intensive travelling session. 

Istanbul outfits

Istanbul outfits

Weather in Istanbul allowed me to wear light summer clothes, which I enjoy the most. Usually in weather like this I like to wear dresses and clothes made with cotton. I am kind of obsessed with cotton, first its natural and second, it the best 

Turkish tea without masala

Turkish tea without masala

After seen some amazing shots from Turkey it becomes country on my bucket list and shortly after we landed in Istanbul. I cannot say it was really difficult decision to make to visit Turkey. Definitely, current political instability made us think twice but not for 

Weekend in Paris

Weekend in Paris

It was my second trip to Paris after exactly 5 years. I always want to go back to places I visit after few years to see changes happened throughout these years but Paris seems unchanged. Of course if I would spend more than a weekend