It is only now that my sister is heading to Copenhagen as we speak and asked me some advice on what to see that I realised that I never got around to writing my blog post about the highlights of Denmark's capital. An absolute disgrace. Completely unacceptable. I know! So as a Christmas gift to… Continue reading Two Days of Copenhagen’s Highlights
It's been a month ago that I travelled to the beautiful Greece, so I figured it was about time I told you a bit more about the city I stayed in most of the trip; Athens. While Greece's capital disappointed me a bit, as there isn't all that much to see and certain parts of… Continue reading Six must do things in Athens
On the last day of our trip in Greece, I encountered quite a big problem; I had seen everything I wanted to see in Athens and I still had an entire afternoon and evening to fill. I'm not someone who can just sit around and do nothing all day, so google to the rescue! I… Continue reading By public transport from Athens to the Temple of Poseidon in Sounion
If on our second day we had followed our initial planning, we would have just used the public buses to get around Santorini. Since those buses are not frequent at all, that would have meant seeing only a small part of the island. Luckily the host of our Airbnb, Oia's sunset studio, informed us of… Continue reading Rent a car to discover more of the island of Santorini
The three of us arrived on the island of Santorini early on Thursday morning September 7th. Our flight from Athens was right on time so we promptly got ourselves a cab to the capital Fira. There are also buses to take you to the center, but those are not frequent at all. The first bus would… Continue reading Forget the bus from Fira to Oia; hike the distance!
Over the last few years the Greek island Santorini, also referred to as Thera, has known a serious - some say even too big - incline in tourists visiting this gem in the southern Aegean Sea. The place is literaly busting with people who want to discover the beautiful white with blue houses and churches and… Continue reading Is it worth it to brave the crowds for the Santorini sunset?
Those who have already made themselves familiar with my 'about' page will know that back in 2012 I studied in Karlsruhe for half a year during my Erasmus exchange year. Since I pulled the door shut behind me mid January 2013 to go back home, I hadn't been back. Until two weeks ago. Karlsruhe is… Continue reading Nostalgia for my second home Karlsruhe