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Lumix GX80 Review: Is this the best small travel camera?

Tea using Lumix GX80 camera

I was looking for that perfect small travel camera for a long time. Something with a great photo quality, easy to use and something that would fit into my handbag. Since I got asked very often about the camera I use, I’ve decided to write my Lumix GX80 review. So, here it is! Panasonic Lumix GX80 Review What am I using my camera for? Well, I’m not a professional photographer. So, this is not going to be a review filled with all these technical terms (which I don’t understand at all, to be honest). I’m using my camera for my…

My year in 12 photos

London at rainy day

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,…

Travel quotes that will inspire you to travel more

Inspiring pound in Luxembourg Gardens in Paris

Traveling is inspirational in so many ways. You don’t just get to know the new culture, city or the country, but the most importantly yourself. Many books were written and so many movies were filmed about it. Obviously, it also inspired people to wrote some of the very beautiful things about it. Here are some of my favorite travel quotes: You can never cross the ocean unles you have the courage to lose sight of the shore. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS Once a year, go someplace you’ve never been before. DALAI LAMA There comes a point in your life when you need…

Traveling by train with a child

Traveling in train with child

Traveling by train is one of the best ways to explore the Europe.  It is also one of my favorite ways of traveling.  Luckily, in a few of my recent trips, I found out it is also completely child friendly. But, like with everything related to kids, a good preparation is the key! Food Although international trains mostly have their own restaurant, I really wouldn’t recommend eating in them (they have a nice coffee, though). So, take enough food with you (delays can always happen) for both you and a child. Just think of his or her daily menu and…

Travel beauty tips

Travel beauty cosmetics

Long flights, overnight trains and the whole days spent on foot are not so flattering to your appearance. That’s why I made a list of some beauty products I can’t travel without that will help you look decent on all those photos you will take. So, let’s start with the face. # – Face cream Our skin needs more care while traveling than usual, and it is especially true when it comes to your face. What we often forget is that while traveling, you are spending a lot of time outside, so you are also exposed a lot to the…