I believe that traveling widens your horizons and I am attracted to each new place, culture or experience as you can see from my posts. The life isn’t long enough to see all the world.

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Valletta is one of the best preserved fortified cities and the smallest capital in the EU. It is situated between 2 deep harbours and Valletta’s buildings date from 16th century. Unfortunately, the air raids from the Second World War had a huge impact on this capital.

Tourism and trade play a vital role for  Maltese people  and that’s why there are many events organized every weekend. During the day, the city is full of life and many anonymous artists are trying to entertain people who are passing by.

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Opting for Malta is due either to its beaches and bays either the tangled history.

 It was too sunny not to sunbathe and plenty of sandy, stony beaches were waiting for us. I was already getting tired of St Julian’s beach so we had finally picked St. Paul’s Bay, but we started off on the wrong foot. We took the correct bus number, but it was heading right in the opposite way. Arriving in Sliema was both good and bad. Before going to check the shops, we gathered info about  one day cruise to Blue Lagoon and Gozo, which are a must to visit. We got a pretty good deal for 60 euros of 2 tickets + another one as a bonus with tour harbours from Michael. Later, I will tell you where the bad part occurred. Despite of the sunny weather, we decided to spend few ‘minutes’ in shops. After Sliema left us almost broke, we took the challenge further and instead of stopping at the right bus stop in St. Paul,  we continued. Looking on the map, my hope was back.

‘ We have 3 more beaches ahead: Mellieha, the closest one then, Armier and Golden Bay.’

We were way too tired, impatient and hungry to make it to Golden Bay, because we spent an hour in bus.

By the time we got there, we had desperately to find a place tohave lunch. Baia Beach Club looked very appealing and in fact, we didn’t have another option.  We both had a good meal of sea food pasta or chicken breast with mushroom sauce. In spite of being hungry, we didn’t care too much about that because the view was astounding.

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‘We need to take a photo together!’
Problem solved. ‘ Sorry can you take 1-2-3…photos of us?It’s not difficult. Don’t get scared of the camera. Thank you’

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Don’t expect to find professional photos of me from this trip. Dragos isn’t trained yet in what the art of photography, concernes

Eh, he looks like he just jumped from one of those 2 boats. Haha

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The sun was too kind with us , so we ended in falling asleep on the beach to realize that it was getting dark and empty. We crossed the street to wait for the bus, but nothing was coming. We started to freak out or I should stick only to my mood, because Dragos was calm as never. Then, we were thinking of the other options: rent a car, call a taxi, hitch-hiking or the best of the best sleep on the beach. I was somehow excited for another adventurous experience but on the same time I was dreaming on a warm shower and dinner. Suddenly, a  bus was getting closer and closer to us, but meanwhile I was desperately waving to the driver, he didn’t  even glance. That bus was too full. We were almost hopeless and my stressing mood was slowly affecting my boyfriend too. Luckily, after 20 minutes another bus came that was actually in the last shift, so we were close enough to sleep there, somewhere.

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Meanwhile you may be mesmerized by the fact that winter is coming, as I can see the Facebook photos from Romania, I will reveal my holiday in Malta, where sun is still working hard to satisfy the tourists.

As soon as I landed there,  the heat hit me together with the amalgam of feelings of meeting my boyfriend. The flight was enjoyable, especially because I had window seats, a tasty breakfast offered by the airline company and plenty of time to spend in the duty-free shops.  Having heard that Frankfurt airport is huge, I became scared of the thought that I might miss the flight. Obviously, I didn’t let that to occur.

When I walked out the arrival door,  my eyes were desperately searching for him in the crowd, but he was buying a coffee for me, instead of flowers. My boyfriend arrived 2 hours earlier than me, so he got everything set up, in what reaching the final destination concerned.  We took  the crappy X2 bus, without AC and luckily, I was inspired enough to stuff the sweater and scarf into my luggage, because those 30 degrees were making me feel like an Arabic woman. Not only did we visit half of Malta by bus for over 45 minutes, but we also had difficulties in finding the hotel. We had 2 hotel names on the booking, so we firstly checked-in at Blue Sea St George, which was the wrong one as there were 4 beds and almost no sea view. We were headed to the right one, La Valette, where the conditions were slightly better, but kinda the same sea view and additional pool view, which wasn’t necessary at all. The room was big enough and the other details matched people’s reviews: ‘ You get what you pay for’.

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Don’t leave me. There are 6 more days with ups and downs in Malta.See ya!

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Thinking about BEP’s song she answered : ‘Ok, meet me halfway.’

For days and nights, they tried to find the dream destination, but none seemed to match their view.

 It was difficult to decide whether they should go to  a big noisy city or a chilly sunny one.The questions were : ‘ To visit?’ or ‘To relax?’. What can we choose?

‘What do you think about Venice, Rome or Paris? Yeah, Italy or Spain could be a great idea. The food is incredibly delicious, but…’ Read more

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You may think of the 4 th of July as a day that represents the Declaration of Independence, but allow me to add something more special such as my birthday. Moreover,  I became legal anywhere in the world, so I celebrated the day in a really nice manner: a barbecue at the pool with my parents and few clubs later on, where they also joined me. Wearing that swimsuit wasn’t just an occurrence Read more

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We planned a one day cruise on the 2nd day of July, as the sky was bright and the sun was prepared to burn my skin. The ticket costed only 17 euros, because we got a small discount of 8 euros, which didn’t bother us at all, considering that other agencies were offering the same package at higher prices. We had the pleasure to do some sightseeing in many places such as: Tivat, Herceg Novi, Zanjice, The lady of the rocks, Kotor and back to Tivat. Mostly all of them Read more

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Another advantage of spending the holiday in Budva is that you can make a city break in Dubrovnik, Croatia. As the weather was a bit cloudy, my parents and I decided to visit Dubrovnik. I strongly believe that the best memories are made spontaneously. That’s why, we got lost on a narrow street, while we were searching the right way to Dubrovnik, but the view was indescribable. We had found a magical place, near the Lady of the Rocks and two nice guys, who explained that we have to take the ferryboat. The price for one way is 5 euros. We were again surrounded by overwhelming landscapes, Read more

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One month ago, I have been asked by my parents whether to go with them or not to Montenegro. My answer was a precise refusal, but I finally accepted, as my friends were clueless about summer 2014. In fact, my parents’ offer seemed to be more generous, when I saw that amazing rented flat from www.booking.com at Podmaine Suites. Of course that we couldn’t miss some adventures on the way such as additional km, dead GPRS, hunger, anger, tiredness and the list can go on. After surviving a 28 hours road trip with endless curves and breathtaking landscapes, I fell immediately asleep in my huge bed. The flat is much more than what we actually need, because it has 2 bedrooms, one big living room, 3 balconies, 1  bathroom, 1 kitchen and a pool, as the cherry on the cake.

We were so lazy and exhausted that we slept until the late morning, so the beach day has been sacrificed a bit. Spending 5 hours on the beach, exhausted us so we went back to have dinner and prepare to explore the nightlife.

Check out daily my blog or my Instagram, because I want to enrich you with valuable info about this pleasant place and its surroundings. I am already in love with Stari Grad, which is the Old Town from Budva.

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What can you do when there are only 4 hours left to say goodbye to Barcelona? The secret is simple: Continue exploring, no matter how exhausted you are , even after walking over 20 km every day and partying hard until 6 am in the last night. Sagrada Familia was the single tourist attraction, which was untouched so, we took the metro because it was quite far away and we had a limited time.  I wanted to leave Barcelona

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It was 4 o’clock and the guys called to tell us to be home in maximum 2 hours, because the landlord will come to check the flat and to get paid.  We were still trying to puzzle out the mystery of finding Park Guell. At least, English wasn’t a barrier and the citizens were trying their best to explain how to get there. Unfortunately, some of them were very discouraging by telling us that Park Guell is in the other side of Barcelona and Read more

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I am writing from Romania about the next episode in Spain, but I will jump straight to the forth day, because it was my good hair day and obviously more adventurous than the previous one. You know that feeling when your hair is perfectly fluffy and you’re wearing a glowing outfit. Therefore, my friend and I were ready to wrap Barcelona up. Two of the must destinations were Primark and Park Guell, which are totally unlike, but both requiring energy and ecstasy.

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Already lost?!

When you’re a thirsty traveller, you’re meant to get lost, so there’s nothing to be afraid of. You are allowed to go with the flow and let your eyes explore more and more.

When looking for Primark in Barcelona, there are 2 options: L’illa shopping center Carrer de Deu i Mata, 69-99, Barcelona, Spania
+34 934 44 95 11 and Avinguda Diagonal, 3.

 

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We had a good-quality sushi at NAGISA. I had a menu with sushi and noodles for 10 euros and it was delicious.

Adress:Carrer d’Alfons XII, 34, 08006 Barcelona, Spania

That was half of that day even if it looks like our day was over. Actually, you have no clue what other escapades we had that day. Keep checking my blog and you will find out more.

WEARING: New Yorker Top, H&M denim jacket, Sister’s Point trousers, Primark bag

So let me tell you about the second day or better said, segundo dia, amigos!

1st stopMercat de la Boqueria (Rambla, 91, 08002 Barcelona, Spain). We were starving, so we went to search a place for having a Spanish breakfast in La Boqueria, which was very close to us.  There were 15 degrees, so we behaved like Danish people staying on the terrace. The waiter handled really well the challenge of speaking English, so he advised us what to eat. My choice, which was mainly his choice was not the best one, because I had butifarra, which is a sausage made of raw pork and spices. Guys were crazy about seafood and my friend had a vegetarian Catalan tortilla/ omelette. Obviously, we couldn’t refuse the large variety of smoothies of only 1,50 euros.

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