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In 2019 I spend 9 months abroad, I visited 13 countries and 4 continents. I have a big passion for traveling, I love to experience the cultural and natural wonders of our beautiful planet. Going up the country travel blog is all about sharing useful travel information, photographs and travel tips based on my personal experience.


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Best things to do in Idrija

Best things to do in Idrija | Ideas for trips around Slovenia

You are searching for ideas for trips around Slovenia? Idrija is a good choice, here are some of the best things to do in Idrija. We think that Idrija should be on people’s radar more than it is. It is the oldest mining town in Slovenia and it has the second biggest mercury mine in the world. It is home to the famous Idrija lace, and it has the oldest and the most important lace center in Slovenia. And it is also home of zlikrofi, a traditional Slovenian dish, made out of dove and potato filling. Absolutely delicious. You can’t leave Idrija without trying this dish.

Colombia travel guide

Colombia travel guide | Best Colombia travel tips

You planning on visiting Colombia and you are asking yourself which are the best travel tips for your visit? Here is our Colombia travel guide – we wrote the most important things you need to know before your visit. We had no idea how long we will spend in Colombia, we came there without any expectations and we ended up staying for more than 2 months. We fell in love with this beautiful country and the people living there. The hospitality and warmth of Colombians are out of this world.

Day trip from Ljubljana: Skofja Loka

Day trip from Ljubljana: Skofja Loka | Beautiful historic town

Skofja Loka is a perfect day trip from Ljubljana, it is only a short ride away and very easily accessible. Skofja Loka is more than 1000 years old, which makes it one of the oldest and most preserved medieval towns in Slovenia. The chill vibe of Skofja Loka and perfect location – being situated right between Ljubljana and Bled, makes it perfect for a day trip from Ljubljana. If you are into history, beautiful architecture, nature, and mountains, you will fell in love with this medieval beauty.

Things to do in San Cristobal de Las Casas

If you plan to visit San Cristobal de Las Casas we have good news for you – there is a lot of things to do there! We arrived in Mexico from South America, so we weren’t very excited about visiting San Cristobal de Las Casas. We have read that it is a colonial town and we have seen plenty of those already while traveling in South America. The main reason we stopped there was that it is a perfect stop between the Pacific coast of Mexico and the Yucatan area. San Cristobal is actually a very nice place to visit, in the end, we spend 3 nights there and we had a lot of fun! Situated quite high, about 2000 meters above sea level – it is a valley surrounded by green forest all around.

What not to miss in Israel

Israel is among the smallest countries in the world, but magically travelers can find everything they are seeking for. Desert and craters on the South, lively sand beaches along the center and waterfalls and streams in the green North. On the East, you have the most holly religious city in the world and on the West the most party liberal city of the Middle East. Because of the country size, it’s super easy to travel, there is no excuse why not to explore and have a taste of everything.

What to do in Palenque (Mexico)

Palenque is a town in the southern state of Chiapas and its located in the jungle, quite close to the border with Guatemala. We spend 3 days in Palenque and I remember it was super hot (we were visiting in July). I think it was more than 40 degrees Celsius but that didn’t stop us to explore around. The city itself doesn’t have a lot to offer but we still enjoyed our stay. We arrived in Palenque mostly because it is only a couple of kilometers away from its famous Palenque Mayan ruins, hidden deep in the jungle. I think it’s the most impressive archeological site we have seen in all Mexico! Palenque was – among Tikal, Chichen Itza, and Calakmul – one of the most powerful cities in the ancient Mayan civilization. Another thing that makes it so special is that the ruins are situated in a Palenque national park, which is home for toucans, monkeys, reptiles, and other jungle animals.

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How many days to spend in Sarajevo

Sarajevo is an amazing city, not big but with so much stuff to explore and so much stuff to do. We weren’t sure how many days to spend in Sarajevo so we booked a hostel in the center of the city for 3 nights, which was enough but I could easily stay one more, the place has so much to offer. You can explore the old town Bascarsija, eat some amazing local food, join a free walking tour, visit museums, hike, visit an abandoned bobsleigh and even ride a bicycle all the way back to Sarajevo.

Top things to see in Mostar

Mostar is one of the top locations to see in Bosnia, it is also one of the most visited ones and I don’t wonder why. It has beautiful architecture, outstanding natural beauty and of course the great old bridge, with the view on the beautiful but cold Neretva River. You don’t have to worry that you will be bored, there are so many things to see in Mostar.

Bacalar lagoon Mexico

After the tourist horror of Playa del Carmen and Tulum, we wanted to escape to a quiet place. We heard a lot of good things about Bacalar lagoon in Mexico, so we decided to check it out. It sounded cool, a unique lake of 7 colors, with big swings on the crystal water with white sand on the bottom, the place sounded like the Maldives to us.

Machu Picchu on a budget

Every year it attracts a lot of tourists and I think I can say that its one of the most visited cites in all South America. Almost 2500m high Macchu Pichhu is the lost city of the old Inca kingdom, and one of the 7 wonders in the world. The main thing is to get from Cusco to Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu pueblo), and there is no road leading there. Aguas Calientes is the closest town to Machu Picchu, its a very cute little town, great to explore. Usually, you spend a night there and then early morning you head to Mach Picchu, by bus or on foot.

Mancora travel guide

If you arrive in Mancora you are probably planning to cross to Ecuador or the other way around. Mancora is a small village surrounded by desert on Peru’s northern coastline, famous for its beach, surfing, and ceviche. It has one main street where you can find all the restaurants and stores. It is also a party place, a reason for a visit for many young travelers.

How to hike Colca canyon on your own

The Colca Canyon is one of the deepest places on the planet, reaching a depth of 3,400 meters, more than twice as deeper as the Great canyon. It is a land of condors, thermal baths, and stunning nature. A lot of people choose the Colca canyon trek as a less crowded and cheaper alternative to the famous Inca trail. If you want to know how to hike Colca canyon on your own, you should continue reading.

Food around the world

Where to eat in Tel Aviv

Where to eat in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv, the city that never sleeps – full of clubs, coffee shops, shopping stores and most important endless food options. From simple falafel stands to luxurious gourmet restaurants, Tel Aviv is a food Mecca for foodies and people who love to eat. So, if you are into food and you plan to visit Tel Aviv – be prepared for a culinary ride of your life.

Food you need to try in Israel

Food you need to try in Israel

Israel is a small country but it has a big diversity of food. Moroccan, Persian, Yemen, Arabic, Eastern European are just a few world cuisines that influenced the Israeli kitchen. Israel is a melting pot of many cultures and if we add super fresh ingredients we have a portion of delicious and unique food. You will find everything that your taste buds desire. So what is the food you need to try in Israel? Let’s dig in and see some of the Israeli food classics.

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