Previously, I have reviewed Hamburg’s main attractions in my post: Hamburg-ering!. Here, you can find random interesting and absurd/funny stuff that stole my attention while I was exploring the city! Make sure you read the caption of each photo to find the description and some tips as well. Thanks for reading! Make sure you also check … More Random Stuff (+ Tips) in Hamburg
My 5D4N stay in Hamburg, Germany was mainly for visiting my old friends – Angi and Michel. They are a couple, originally from Stuttgart, whom I’ve known since I was living in Bali. When I was in Hamburg, it was also Angi and Michel’s last week staying in the city as they were planning to go back … More Hamburg-ering!
I visited Copenhagen in the end of September 2016, and I stayed there 3D2N. In this post, I’m going to share oh-so-colorful photos and some information about the cool places I’ve been there… and guess what? I explored the city only by foot! Nyhavn One does not simply visit Copenhagen without going to Nyhavn! Well, … More Rainbows of Copenhagen
I don’t know what to write about Copenhagen! 😦 Oh wait, I do. To be honest, Copenhagen was one of my least favorite cities from my 77 Days of Euro Trip. Please, no offense to any Danish or anyone who loves Denmark here – it is just my personal experience. And to be fair, it … More copenhagen: i hate u, i love u
I feel so excited now to finally get to write about one of my favourite cities in Europe: Stockholm! Stockholm is the capital city of Sweden and also the most populous city in the Nordic countries. That came as no surprise to me, considering how beautiful this city is! The moment I arrived there, I … More 24 Hours in Stockholm (Syndrome)
Before I took off to Europe last September, I knew that I had to visit at least 1 of the Baltic States in the north: Estonia, Latvia, or Lithuania. Because Finland was the first country I visited in my 77 Days of Euro Trip, and I would continue the journey to the west, Estonia became my easiest … More Stepping into Middle Age: A Day Trip to Tallinn, Estonia
Aurora Borealis, also known as northern light or polar light, is a natural light displayed in the sky, predominantly seen in the high latitude regions. Okay, I’m not gonna copy the whole definition in this blog post, so you may read further scientific explanation about it here. You can see Aurora Borealis with your naked … More Chasing Aurora Borealis