On the way to Australia we had a 2,5 day stopover in Singapore. Of course this was a great opportunity to see the city, but it also made the long trip to Melbourne a bit more bearable. We enjoyed Singapore a lot, and were able to get a good impression in just a few days!
Perth was the last place on our Australia itinerary, and we did save one of the best cities for last! This city has a relaxed vibe. It has amazing street art, cool bars, a permanent festival and a huge park offering great views. We had just one day here and I’ll share our itinerary.
Last year I visited Warsaw with a friend, and we decided to include a few days in Krakow. Even though we both preferred less-touristy Warsaw, Krakow is a charming town and has plenty to offer to enjoy yourself a few days. Let me share how we spent our 2,5 days in and around this city!
This is one of those cities that totally exceeded my expectations. We only visited Oslo because we found cheap flights to New York from there, but looking back I might prefer Oslo over New York! Oslo has lots of nature. This walking route, along Akerselva river, is the perfect way to experience that. You will even see waterfalls! … More Oslo: walking route along the Akerselva river
Time for a throwback to our Cuba trip! As you could read in my previous post about this trip, we absolutely loved Havana. We visited several neighborhoods, each with their own vibe. In this post I will tell you about them and share our favourite places in each neighborhood, most of them bars or restaurants.
Last year I came across a picture of an unbelievably cute animal, that I found out was called a quokka and only lives on an island on Australia’s west coast. So when we visited the area, a trip to Rottnest Island was a must for me! It turned out the island has way more to offer than just … More Rottnest Island: cute quokkas & beautiful bays
After flying to Perth from the Red Centre, we took the train to Fremantle. We LOVED this place. As in: didn’t want to leave. This seaside town has a relaxed vibe, great places to have a bite or drink and plenty of sights. Read on for our tips on ‘Freo’, as it is lovingly called by locals.