Posts in category ”Travel”

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The cobblestones of Maidan Nezalezhnosti

The cobblestones of Maidan Nezalezhnosti

Almost one year ago, I walked across the wet cobblestones of Maidan Nezalezhnosti, the central square of Kiev, Ukraine. The Independence Square is a traditional place for political protests, including the infamous Orange Revolution in 2004.

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New York short films

New York short films

Autumn is the perfect time of year to visit New York city. Here are some of my favorite NYC short films to make you want to go there.

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Sunsets at the Adriatic Sea

Sunsets at the Adriatic Sea

In Croatia I went for many walks along the Adriatic Sea, looking at the sunset and thinking back on the history of these waters.

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The end of Europe

The end of Europe

On my travels, I’ve come across several places that have named themselves the end of Europe. But none feels more justified than Cabo da Roca.

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Sweet days in Lisbon

Sweet days in Lisbon

It’s currently a scorching 30 degrees in Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. We’ve been trying to escape the heat by all means necessary, which would fortunately include a lot of sweets.

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Port wine in the Douro Valley

Port wine in the Douro Valley

Today I’m in Porto, the birthplace of port wine in northern Portugal. The Alto Douro wine country is the oldest demarcated wine region on the planet and even the Romans made wine on the banks of the Douro river.

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Lazy days in Lucerne

Lazy days in Lucerne

After having recently spent time in Swiss cities such as Zürich and Bern, the town of Luzern surprisingly turns out to be the prettiest of them all. It feels more like a town in northern Italy than one in Switzerland.

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Wazzup in Vaduz

Wazzup in Vaduz

So what’s up in Liechtenstein these days? Not much, it seems. With a population of 35000, this country is one of the smallest there is.

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The dark past of Munich

The dark past of Munich

I’m currently in Munich, the heart of Bavaria. While it’s the most popular city to live in Germany with high living standards and a bustling economy, unfortunately the name is often associated with tragic events.

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Roaming in Romania

Roaming in Romania

It felt odd to enter the polished streets of Bucharest with its sprawling boulevards and Arch of Triumph. It is a strange mix of western architecture and communist style buildings.

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