Stopover In Bogota, Colombia

Bogota is the capital of Colombia and of course one of the main air hubs in this country. So, if you are flying from Europe or North America to Colombia, chances are you are flying into Bogota before going somewhere else. And right there you are facing questions like:  “what should I do concerning Bogota?”,  “How long should I stay there?”, “Is it worth it to stay in Bogota?”, and so on. After…

Hotel Review: Colors of the Sierra Eco Lodge in Minca, Colombia

After our stay in Taganga we decided to visit a nearby (40 minutes drive) village that is located in the Sierra mountains among the jungles. If you have been to Colombia chances are that you have  heard about this peaceful place that is called Minca. And just 6 km past Minca you will find a cute hotel called “Colors of the Sierra”, a place where you will be away from civilization.  Colors of the Sierra…

The Complete Guide To Budapest, Hungary

Recently Budapest has become one of the more popular tourist destinations in Europe. It might not be as crowded as Rome or Paris, but it’s getting there. It is no wonder that Budapest is growing popular among the tourists; the city has lots to offer, it is quite easy to travel here, and it is still not as expensive as Paris, Barcelona, or other popular tourist cities. To help you better navigate this beautiful…

Must Try Food In Hungary

To understand someone’s culture it is not enough just to travel around the country. You also need to learn its history and try the country’s food. You can find lots of parallels between history and traditional food. That is why it’s very important to experience food in other countries. To help you better navigate Hungarian cuisine, I wrote a list of must try food in Hungary. Goulash (Gulyás) Goulash is…

Hotel Review: Leonardo Boutique Hotel in Budapest, Hungary

Budapest is one of the places that is quickly becoming a very popular tourist destination. Tourists are attracted to many historical sites, beautiful architecture, and reasonable prices (compared to other European cities like Paris or Barcelona for example). One of the most important things in traveling is your accommodation. During our trip in Budapest we stayed at the Leonardo boutique hotel. Here is an honest review of this hotel with all the pluses and minuses…

Must Try Fruit In Colombia

One of the best benefits of being an equatorial country is the plethora of amazing tropical fruits available year round. If you are visiting Colombia, you should try as many delicious and unique fruits as possible. While this list of must try fruit in Colombia is by no means definitive, it is a good base of some of the most popular exotic fruits in this beautiful country.  If you are visiting Colombia and want to…

Best Cocktail Bars In Budapest

Normally I don’t spend enough time in a city to write about the best cocktail bars, since I normally don’t go to cocktail bars every day. However with Budapest I actually spent quite a bit of time in this beautiful city. If you are heading to the capital of Hungary and want to go out for some nice drinks, then this list of the best cocktail bars in Budapest should provide you ample…

The Complete Guide To Ronda, Spain

Ronda is a very famous city in the Andalusia region, in the south of Spain. The reason why it’s famous is a deep gorge that separates the old town from the new, and a beautiful bridge (Puente Nuevo) that connects the two parts. The old town of Ronda dates back to the Moorish period. It is full of beautiful Moorish buildings and things to do. Here is the complete guide to Ronda, an amazing…

The Guide to Castle Bran and the Legend of Dracula

Most of you associate Romania with Dracula, the historical and at the same time fictional figure. And of course you cannot leave Romania without visiting Dracula’s castle – Bran.  History Facts For those who didn’t know Dracula was a real person known as Vlad Tepes (or Vlad Dracula). Vlad Tepes was the ruler of Wallachia, and is often considered one of the most important rulers in the history of Wallachia. Vlad Tepes…

Airport Lounge Review (SAS Domestic Gardermoen)

While heading from Oslo to Frankfurt on Lufthansa recently, I was able to have breakfast at the 2017 built SAS domestic lounge Gardermoen. Normally I don’t think much of reviewing lounges during breakfast since the food offerings are so limited, but with this lounge I was pleasantly surprised. There were of course the basic cold options like cereal and cheeses, but also some nice treats like freshly baked bread with whipped butter or liver…