Even if I am by the seaside right now, laying on the beach (North Eforie, Romania) and my skin is being caressed by the sunbeams, I cannot stop thinking about the breezy mountain wind and about my boots that are waiting for me in the drawer. After my last two hiking trips, I have started to compare my hiking experiences, according to their purpose, trying at the same time to rate them on a scale from 1 to 5; this is how my fingers have just started to write about the best place I have ever been so far.
There is a constant debate about where to go on the summer holiday. Every single day, I keep hearing people wondering where to go and because I am such a good girl and when it comes to travel I am the first person that offers to help others with suggestions/advice, I have been doing some kind of ‘research’ in the last 2 weeks, to help everybody make an idea about what it means to be a tourist either on the seaside or on the mountains. As an intern at The Wander Bottle, I have noticed that people are afraid to leave the city and to book a holiday that they are not sure if they will be satisfied with.
How often do you read the newspaper?
*time for you to think*
Don’t blame me for this. I know I should be the only one speaking in my articles but I cannot stop asking for opinions. Maybe just some of you noticed, but I had stolen the title for this article from a newspaper, and not only because I am going to speak about Prague but because they are a lot to say about it. So what about reading today’s newspaper? (Now it is the proper time you can say: ok, ok, you are the boss)
I am back on my blog, writing from Romania now, but this time not for relating some of my experiences, but for sharing with you some of my summer plans (also with the aim of finding some partners to join me these trips). Despite going abroad for maybe one or two weeks, this summer I plan to visit Romania, my beautiful country, encouraged by my time in the Czech Republic (I’ve realized that I’ve been traveling a quarter of Europe but not a quarter of Romania). Read more
As I promised on my last (but first) article, I’ve come back on my blog to share with you some London ‘stuff’, the capital of United Kingdom. The thing is that I’ve been to London three times now and I can say that I like London mostly because it makes you feel free. It is said that when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life (Samuel Johnson – writer in the Age of Enlightenment, 18th century). If in the 18th century somebody proclaimed this idea, can you imagine what is happening there nowadays? If not, close your eyes. Really, do it right now. Read more
I’ve always been a runner.
When I was 8 years old, me and my family moved from a southern town in Romania to an eastern village which are around 150 kilometers away from each other. This difference is not so big, but when it comes to culture and customs, I think every single Romanian can relate that they are pretty different, no matter if those people have any experience in Muntenia or Moldova ‘counties’. Read more