Strolling around in Slovenia

Though small, Slovenia is a country of big mountains, caves, rivers, lakes and bears. From its vibrant capital to the stunningly beautiful Lake Bled, Slovenia has plenty to offer tourists. Here are my highlights.

Busy in Bratislava

I am going to start this post by saying that driving to Bratislava was such a treat. We drove towards Bratislava from the direction of Vienna (which is only a very short drive away) and we passed so many wind turbines – more than I had ever seen before – which made for a pretty… View Post

Eisriesenwelt Ice Caves, Austria

Despite my love of travelling and exploring new places, I have to admit caves are not really my thing, I would always much rather be out in the open than underground. Lucky for me, my most common travel partner – my boyfriend – absolutely loves caves, and when we were in Austria on our recent… View Post

Meandering around Munich

I recently had a few hours to kill in Munich. My boyfriend was off to see a Bayern Munich match and even though I am partial to a good game of football it was my first time in Munich and seeing as we were only going to be there for about four hours I wanted… View Post

How to do The Sound of Music tour on your own

I recently visited the beautiful city of Salzburg, and as a big fan of The Sound of Music I ummed and arred about whether to go on the official sound of music tour or not. The tours all seemed to cost around 40 euros per person and lasted approximately four hours, but when I actually… View Post