Monthly overview: December 2016

  December was festive! It was filled with Christmas markets, cookie baking and Christmas movies. And it started in the best possible way – with a three days in Barcelona. Barcelona I loved everything in Barcelona, architecture, food, people and its spirit! I was mostly amazed with Gaudi’s architecture and Sagrada Familia Church in particular. I am working on the post dedicated to it, so keep an eye on the blog if you don’t want to miss it! Christmas markets I did my research on time this year and compiled the list with the Christmas markets in the Netherlands. Unfortunately…

My year in 12 photos

Another year is behind us! Well, I am quite satisfied with this one, so I hope that 2017 will be even better. I started my own business, bought an apartment and met some nice people who become a dear friends. I started to blog more, went on my first blogging conference in London, had first collaboration on it and finished a blogging course which helped me a lot in starting to think of my blog more seriously. And I traveled a lot! I went on some great trips in 2016! I can’t even decide which one I liked the most. So,…

Monthly overview: November 2016

November was all about the London. I went to the World Travel Market for the first time and it was my first solo trip ever. So,  it was quite an exciting month for me! Traveling solo to London Being a person that doesn’t go to cinema alone or that since recently didn’t like to go to the caffe alone, I wasn’t quite fond of an idea of traveling solo. I was concerned I would be lonely and that I wouldn’t know what to do with myself for the whole day. What if I would see something funny and won’t have…

My travel diary: three days in Barcelona

I went to Barcelona without any expectations. In fact, I was so busy before my trip, I haven’t prepared for it, at all. I just needed a few days break and some quiet time to spend with Marijan and Karlo. So, my initial plan was to just get some sun and to enjoy Spanish cuisine. Three days in Barcelona Where we stayed? We stayed in apartment in the historical building from the beginning of the 20th century in Dreta de l ‘Eixample neighborhood. We were just in between Gaudi’s Casa Batllo, Casa Mila and Sagrada Familia. The whole area was…

Christmas Markets in the Netherlands (with 2016 Agenda)

There is a common opinion that the Netherlands doesn’t have much to offer in terms of the Christmas markets. But, it’s so not true! There are many events organized during the December, with vintage Christmas markets that will transfer you back to the beginning of the 20th century or the ones located in castles or even underground caves. There are an ice skating fields in almost every city, with many Christmas concerts, Santa’s visits and a shopping opportunities for the nice Christmas presents. Since I am a bit crazy about Christmas markets myself, I did my research here and compiled a list…