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Berlin on a Budget & Best Things To Do

Tina on bike in Berlin

Berlin is everything except boring. In fact, if you’d want, you can find plenty of events each day of the week. Not to mention, the amazing local and international street food you can try. Plus, the city is so huge and diverse that sightseeing alone is enough to keep you busy during your time here. Is Berlin an expensive city? We believe Berlin can be done on a moderate budget.…

10 Things You might Wonder about when Walking the Camino de Santiago for the First Time

Tina on the camino Portugues

Is this your first time walking the Camino de Santiago or Way of St. James? If so, you might catch yourself wondering about one thing or another. We have some of the answers for you. 1 Rocks of sorrow Walking the camino can feel like a fresh new start, leaving old sorrows behind. These old sorrows are locked inside rocks brought from home and then dropped somewhere along the Camino.…

Mostar from the Perspective of a Native Traveler

Tina by Mostar bridge with flowers in hair, Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina

Mostar is the home of my family. It’s the home of my ancestors. It’s where my origins are. And yet I am thankful that I was born in Germany because only 2 years later war would strike the country, changing the lives of the people there forever. I was too little to understand what was going on. Probably my biggest luck. This way, I was able to enjoy the privilege…

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Berlin on a Budget & Best Things To Do

Tina on bike in Berlin

Berlin is everything except boring. In fact, if you’d want, you can find plenty of events each day of the week. Not to mention, the amazing local and international street food you can try. Plus, the city is so huge and diverse that sightseeing alone is enough to keep you busy during your time here. Is Berlin an expensive city? We believe Berlin can be done on a moderate budget.…

Budapest – Budget Travel Guide

Tina at the Little Prince statue, Budapest

Embracing our tradition of celebrating New Years in a different place every year, we chose to welcome 2020 in Budapest. It was a fairly spontaneous decision as we haven’t booked or planned too far ahead. Usually the way we prefer to travel. As we both work full-time jobs in Prague, we couldn’t take more than 4 days off, including New Year’s Eve and the first of January. While researching cheap…

How Much Does it Cost to Travel Vietnam – Our Comprehensive Budget Guide to Backpacking Vietnam

Hang Múa viewpoint, Tam Coc

Our Vietnam Budget Guide With European winter approaching, we decided it was time to bolt once again and spend the Christmas days under a sunny sky, packed with adventures. Two years ago, we took on our first quest to explore South East Asia, visiting Bali, the Philippines and Cambodia. This time we boarded yet another plane with a new destination. From the beginning of November until two weeks after the…