Mt. Pilatus, Switzerland – a photo journey to the mountain top

Mt. Pilatus is not just another famous Swiss mountain – it’s also home to the world’s steepest cogwheel railway, and yes, it’s as spectacular as it sounds. While it’s not as popular as Mt. Titlis, Matterhorn or Jungfrau, it’s still well worth putting on your itinerary, especially if you’re planning on staying around Luzerne for a while. It makes for a…

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Our biggest travel fails so far

What better way to celebrate 2 years on the road than with a big reminder that they were full of… well: flops, mistakes and misadventures? Sometimes it feels like together with some of our belongings, we also left our brains at home, but let’s hope that at least these mistakes are behind us. OUR BIGGEST TRAVEL…

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The roller-coaster adventure: 2 days in Europa-Park, Germany

At first, Europa-Park seems like the last place for us – it’s touristic as hell, full of people (not our favorite thing), crowded with kids (our least favorite thing) and probably not the best idea if you have a fear of heights or motion sickness. But we loved it. How? This place is just pure, genuine…

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How to deal with a dog bite on the road?

Accidents happen. Sometimes all it takes is a bit of carelessness, an agitated animal and a pinch of bad luck, occasionally the situation can be more dangerous and harder to avoid. Since we’ve found ourselves in this unpleasant situation recently in Thailand, we decided to put together a small guide on how to prevent and treat a…

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You can travel the world for free! …and other clickbaits.

Traveling for free – sounds too good to be true, right? Even though you can definitely travel a lot on a tight budget, it’s probably impossible for any of us to see the world without spending a single penny. Such statements are usually there only to attract more viewers without getting into details and mentioning the hidden or even…

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5 tips for choosing your first dive center

Choosing the best dive center for your first underwater adventure or an Open Water Diver course might be a bit tricky if you have no idea what to take into account. Still, even if it’s your first time diving and you’re a bit stressed because you’re in a foreign country, you should know there’s no reason…

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Life and death in Cambodia

It was a great evening. For two hours, we watched the Phare Ponleu Selpak Circus perform their acrobatic stunts, play with fire, jump around and make the audience cry with laughter – all of it for a good cause. People who could have ended up on the streets created their own community of entertainers in pursuit of…

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Through Cambodia: Surviving bed bugs and Angkor Wat

If one day you wake up with a couple of mosquito-like bites trailing around  your arms or legs, you can feel a bit alarmed. But if the next day the amount of bites exceeds a hundred and you’re covered in red, itchy bubbles – you almost certainly have bed bugs. Initially, we thought it’s one of these…

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