I must admit that I have never really seen the point of skiing. Cross country nor downhill. Snow and cold just makes me want to stay inside, not freeze outside. That is probably the main reason why I never started with it. Until now. Last year was my first time skiing and it went ok. … Continue reading Kitzbühel, Austria – Skiing in the Alps as a beginner
In the southern part of Bosnia & Herzegovina, which makes it an ideal day trip from Dubrovnik (2,5 hours) or Split (2 hours and 15 minutes) in Croatia, lies the city of Mostar. Scarred by war This city is famous for being a part of the Bosnia War between the Bosniaks and Croats. Mostar had … Continue reading Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina – The City of The Old Bridge
New year, new travel opportunities. I would love to hear what you have planned for the year, maybe as inspiration. I have three countries planned so far, but I'm looking for a fourth for my 30th birthday in March. So far the plans are: Kitzbühel area, Austria I'm not a skier and have only properly done … Continue reading Happy New Travels 2018!
I don't think it is any secret to people I know that I love football. I try to watch as many matches I can, both on tv/computer and live. My favorite club team is Manchester United and I have been to at least one match per season for the last 5 seasons I believe. This … Continue reading Manchester United, Arsenal, Ajax, Italy, Bulgaria – My 2017 in football/soccer
I'm not really a big Formula 1 fan to be honest. I have never watched a whole race, but I still find it quite interesting. While being in Milan for the Italy-Sweden game I had some time to go to the nearby city of Monza. It is a short train ride away from Milan (about … Continue reading Monza Formula 1 track tour – Italy
In the southern part of Switzerland, and 1 hour north of Milan, Italy, you will find a Lugano. The city lies on Lake Lugano and is surrounded by the Lugano Prealps (someone didn't have time to think of names). It's in the Italian speaking part of Switzerland and has a population of around 65.000. … Continue reading Lugano, Switzerland
Twice a year, in spring and autumn, the Prague Post Endowment fund organizes a softball tournament for charity. The money goes to educational materials for schools all over the Czech Republic as well as providing scholarships and support to young journalists. A great thing to give some money to while getting to play some softball. It … Continue reading Prague Charity Softball Tournament