Today, I'll try to help you eat well in Corfu. Especially if you are tired of good old Greek meals like kleftiko, kebab, moussaka and giros. Honestly, I do not see any reason to feel tired of traditional Greek cuisine, but I am guilty - after the third week in Corfu, I felt like I really need a g
Imagine you are riding your bicycle through an epic scenery, enjoying the view and fresh air while your thoughts are light and peaceful.
Imagine that you notice beautiful meadow and decide that you really need a short break to enjoy the stunning view a little bit more.
Imagine big stone pyram
There is a lot to be said and even more to see on amazing Passo di Gavia in the Italian Alps. For sure too much for one post. It is one of the most beautiful and wildest places I visited. Located in Lombardy region, classified as the tenth highest paved road in the Alps, it is the place of amazin
Many people know Val d'Isere in the French Alps as one of the best places for winter vacation. Countless ski trails and excellent connection with neighboring Tignes are the pure joy for all skiers. But, there is one side of Val d'Isere you probably do not know about. During summer, Val d'Isere ch
Today, I am taking you to one epic trail and amazing cycling experience through Passo del Bernina between Italy and Switzerland. This pass at 2,328 m (7,638 ft.) is the place of beautiful views and untouched nature, wild and stunning at every step. Bear with me for this voyage, especially if you
First time when I published photos from Grza, about 6 years ago, most of the comments were guessing from which exotic part of the world they are. After publishing that location is in Serbia, a new round of guessing started about how hard is to reach this place. It came out that no one didn't know
I told you a story about one amazing place - remainings of old Roman town Viminacium located in Eastern Serbia. In short, if you do not have enough time to read that blog entry, while miners dug tons of soil to reach coal and other ores, they found one of the oldest and biggest Roman settlements
Since my good friend @lighteye was more than determined to persuade me to write some of my Travel Blogs in Serbian, our native language, I'm finally doing it. What follows is Serbian version of travel blog originally published by the name 'Visiting ghosts of past - Viminacium, Eastern Serbia'. If yo
You never know when something ordinary will end up with amazing discoveries. When at the beginning of 20th centuries big mine was founded in Eastern Serbia, all they wanted was coal and other ores from that area. Even though there were some stories about the old town in the vicinity, no one expected