Category: Travelling

Muzungu have arrived!

After traveling nearly 24 hours, two happy “munzungu” (name given to white people over here) have finally landed in Entebbe, Uganda! Warmth, sun and smiles greeted us and we felt right away welcome in the country known as the Pearl of Africa… Going through customs was quick and easy as we already had our letter…

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And the winners are….

… Uganda and Rwanda! It was a long and tough battle! Trying to decide which countries to explore this month was not an easy task; Ethiopia and Djibouti didn’t lose by much and they definitely remain on our travel list! After long talks, M and I agreed: our hearts, souls and minds knew it was…

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Tuesday yumminess!

Our countdown to our next (still under construction) adventure might seem insurmountable (213 days to be exact) but travelers know that this means nothing: before we know it, we will be sitting on a plane, heading to Africa. Still unsure if we should explore Ethiopia or Rwanda-Uganda-Burundi. Those 4 countries have a lot to offer…

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Where to next…

We have been back for 6 months (already!) and this is the first time, I am sitting down with an urge to write and share my thoughts. While checking my last post about Plitvice in Croatia, I couldn’t believe so much time has passed since my last traveling story. Coming home was, the least to…

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When life has decided that you are not going to Zagreb that day, head to Vienna instead…

Zagreb? Not Really. We did attempt to drive to Zagreb though… We bought a bus ticket from a low-cost company (recommended by our hostel), got up at stupid o’clock, rushed to the bus station, got fined for forgetting to punch our metro tickets and we stood for an hour in the Siberian cold waiting for…

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“Straddling the Danube River, with the Buda Hills to the west and the Great Plain to the east, Budapest is a gem of a city”

It was rather unfortunate to have to leave Krakow without Heidi’s backpack. After many phone calls and emails with different interlocutors, we had to accept that the people at the Kraków airport were useless, Lufthansa and Condor unwilling to help and it would take some more follow up to get this damn backpack back. In…

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