Medieval Krakow… was just okay.

Medieval Krakow was the only place in Europe that I was disappointed by the free walking tour; not because the guide was crap, but because they’re just wasn’t much to tell us about the city. While I usual love a

War Torn Sarajevo, a Culture Shock

When people ask me what city I went to in Europe that was MOST unique, or my favorite, I usually bring up war-torn Sarajevo, Bosnia. I have mentioned it in other posts as somewhere with so much not-so-ancient history and

7 Journey Tips for Dublin Ireland

So many backpackers don’t make it to Ireland because they don’t want to add an additional flight. That was why I didn’t go my first time to Europe. Even with budget airlines, sometimes flights seem out of the question. I

Tips on Vatican City

Having the security guard tell me, in the pope’s elevator, that the pope was on holiday in the Alps might not have happened if I hadn’t offered a bribe. Seems wrong considering I was in Vatican City, but it was

Journey Holland with Couchsurfing

Many people go to Amsterdam and that is all they see when they travel Holland. What a shame! When my buddy went home early in Amsterdam, I stayed in Holland as I wanted to see more cities from a locals

THE Anjuna Flea Market, a Hippie’s Paradise

The Anjuna Flea market on Wednesday is the queen of hippie flea markets. Rumor says it was started by the father hippie himself "eight finger Eddie" in 1975. Some will say it traced back further. Once the hippies had followed

Soaking up Rays at Budapest’s Szechyeni Bath House

Our couchsurfing host messaged “I’m on the pest side of the river”. That was how we found out Budapest is actually Buda on one side of the Danube, and Pest on the other. Most attractions are on the Pest side,

Why You Should Take a Walking Tour in Berlin

It might be a bit nerdy, but I love taking walking tours through European cities, like Madrid. I absolutely adore hearing how each one of them single-handedly ended WW2, or how they fought the most important battle of the war.