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A trip to Budapest – Food, Fun, Adventure!

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Goulash and cabbage. That’s what my 1990’s geography education had instilled in my brain to expect as the highlight of Budapest. Whatever cold war government propaganda had filled those classroom textbooks, even if there was some truth to it… It’s not true anymore and it massively misses the mark on what has now become my favourite city in Central Europe. The stereotypical goulash, cabbage and other classics are there in …

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Things to do in Vienna Austria: Food, Fun, Adventure

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Turns out there is a lot more to Vienna than a crowded tourist centre full of stunning architecture. We discover some alternative things to do in Vienna… In this article, we eat our way through some Viennese classics but also discover some unexpected flavours… We experience Vienna’s 19th century Prater amusement park in a unique way that few others have… Plus our Vienna history lesson takes a stormy and adventurous …

What to do in Bratislava - day trip through the unknown wine region of Slovakia

What to do in Bratislava – day trip to the unknown wine regions of Slovakia

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What does fertility, drinking copious amounts of “noble” red wine, and Slovakia have in common? Drinking and pregnancy may not be highly recommended by doctors today but it turns out that a tasty drop of red was a sworn solution for one over-fertile queen… We find out more about wine history and micro-vineyard culture when we visit Bratislava, Slovakia. What to do in Bratislava? Upon arriving in Bratislava, the capital …

Taking a trip to Budapest? Take a look at some of our favourite food, fun and adventure experiences from our trip to Budapest. Eat well, and get wet! Click through to learn more

Budapest Jewish Quarter – Discover the Alternative side of Budapest

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No one looks back on their life and remembers the nights where they got plenty of sleep The plan was to only stay a few nights. Arrive in Budapest, see the sights, and then perhaps head off to see a bit of the Romanian countryside before our Eurail pass ran out. We had already been traveling for close to 2 months since leaving Essaouira Morocco. In that time we had: …

Visiting Munich Germany - Food Fun Adventure in Munich

Visiting Munich Germany – Food Fun Adventure in Bavaria

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Munich is the capital and largest city of the German state of Bavaria. Home to BMW, Oktober Fest and six major breweries: Augustiner Bräu, Hofbräu, Löwenbräu, Hacker-Pschorr Bräu, Spaten-Franziskaner Bräu, and Paulaner Brauerei . A place where Beer is considered as a food. – So of course we had to visit! Munich is not surprisingly a place with an abundance of Food Fun and Adventure so let’s get straight into …

Food Fun Adventure in Barcelona Province

Food Fun Adventure in Barcelona Spain

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“Visiting Barcelona is not just going to touristic places but discovering the hidden corners not listed in the travel guides” – SecretsOfBarcelona.com Things to do in Barcelona Spain I haven’t met a single person who has visited Barcelona, and not fallen in love with it. There is a vibrancy, a life in the air. In the warmer months, people are out in the streets eating and drinking, laughing with friends and family. …

Essaouira Morocco – Food, Fun & Adventure (Our Essaouira Guide)

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Essaouira Morocco. The unsung hero of the country. It’s not the first place you hear about when people talk about Morocco, it’s far more laid back and it does not have the typical chaos you’d associate with places like Marrakech. If you want a completely different Morocco experience and to feel a lot more like a local, this is currently the place to do it. But get here soon, the …

9 photos to inspire you to visit Kotor, Montenegro

9 Photos to Inspire you visit Kotor, Montenegro

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Recently we had the pleasure of spending some time in the stunning area of Europe known as the Balkans. We originally went here as my (Megsy) Schengen visa had expired and I needed to get out for at least 3 months. What we discovered was an area of breathtaking beauty, friendly locals and fantastic food. One place in particular that we fell in love with was the city of Kotor …

Prizren: The Best Value European Destination You’ve Never Heard Of

Prizren: The Best Value European Destination You’ve Never Heard Of

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It’s funny how after so many years of travel, a place can still take you by surprise… Walking the bustling, cafe lined streets of Prizren, I realised that there is still so much to explore in this world. Undiscovered destinations, even in Europe. We had to get out of Greece and the EU because my Schengen visa had expired – boo. As winter was fast approaching we decided to head towards …

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Unexplored Greece: Discover life beyond the islands

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Crystal blue water, white homes with blue painted doors and shutters… Doing a quick google images search, it’s hard to believe there is more to Greece than picturesque Islands like Mykonos or Santorini. Beautiful they may be. But, they are only one side of Greece. There is yet more to this ancient country than the well known Mediterranean Islands and the Acropolis in Athens. We journeyed through less touristy, unexplored Greece to …

7 Photos to inspire you to visit Indias southern tip: Kanyakumari

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We like to gamble when we travel. Destination roulette. We choose a location that is barely featured in online guides and that we don’t know anyone who has ever been there. We’ll end up somewhere that is way off the regular tourist trail… And, Sometimes it’s rubbish. But, sometimes, we discover a hidden gem. During our 2.5 months in India, we covered a lot of ground. From Amritsar & Shimla in …

9 Photos that will inspire you to visit Varanasi, India

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India is mental! There’s no doubt about it. We had heard tales from other travellers about many aspects to look out for in Varanasi. The burning area where people travel from near and far to have their dead relatives cremated. Burnings which go on 24 hours a day. The small alleyways where you have to dodge out of the way of scooters, cows and funeral processions. Often having to dive …