Social distancing and self-isolation are now becoming very real for everyone across the globe. If you are not already self-isolating, or considering it, there is a high chance you will be in the coming months.
Barcelona is a place that is known for having a history dating back over 2,000 years. In recent times, the city has become world renowned for offering fantastic food and drinks in its restaurants and bars.
Skiing in Oberwiesenthal, Erzgebirge, Germany.
At 914 meters above sea level the town of Oberwiesenthal boats the title of Germany’s highest town and with that comes great skiing and views of rolling hills for miles around.
Falconry show at castle Lauenstein, Erzgebirge
The Lauenstein Castle’s impressive history reaches all the way back to the 13th century and the building is still in impeccable condition to this day. It tells a lot of Saxony’s (and Erzgebirge’s) wealth in former medieval and renaissance times.
A Green Weekend on the Jurassic Coast
The first Green Weekend takes place along an ancient stretch of coastline that forms England’s on
Belgium: Waterloo and Beyond
Visit Waterloo, 1815

There are so many journeys I am still dreaming of, but this one I know, will always be one of the most meaningful ones to me.

My passion about Iceland has grown over the years. It all started with a thing for fairies.

Sorrento city is a small-scaled land found in Campania region of Southern Italy.

Would you dare to follow your dream and move or retire to Italy? Stef & Nico did, although their dog Sara had her doubts. Now from your comfortable armchair you can share in the hilarious & horrendous adventures they experienced when they moved to Italy to start a bed and breakfast.

As the Swedish proverb goes, 'Lagom är bäst' (The right amount is best). Lagom sums up the Swedish psyche and is the reason why Sweden is one of the happiest countries in the world with a healthy work-life balance and high standards of living.

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