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We saw Puffins!

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How to visit Stonehenge….for free?

As you might have seen on our travel map, since a few weeks we are in the U.K. And of course we can’t leave the United Kingdom without having seen the famous highlights, like Stonehenge! On our way from London to Bristol we suddenly discovered that Stonehenge was on our way, and of course we […]

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Driving through a salt lake…

When planning our route from Cappadocia back to Istanbul, Valine saw an interesting thing on Google maps: a huge white lake. But even better: when zooming in, there was this tiny line right through it. ‘That is the route we’re going to take!’, she said. And so it happened. We drove right through Tuz Gölü, which literally means […]

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Belogradchik Rocks!

Once again we arrived in a country without any plan. As we crossed the border from Romania to Bulgaria we had no clue of where to go, except for….south. As I usually do in these kinds of situations, I scan Google maps for an area with lots of green and curvy roads. Usually that means […]

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Turda Salt Mine

Is it an underground space station? The set of a science science fiction movie? What comes to your mind when you see this scene? Well…it’s nothing like that. On this photo you see a part of the Turda Salt Mine: just an underground theme park located in a 300 year old salt mine 😉 We read […]

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Driving the Transfagarasan Road

A few months ago we read about the Transfăgărășan Road on the website of Vandog Traveler, a fellow vandweller. His story about this road was so exiting (he saw a bear!!) that we really wanted to drive this road as well. After some more research we found out that this is one of the most […]

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The Tunnel of Love: a truly hidden spot in Romania

Today was our first day in Romania, so far it seems like a latin version of the balkans. The Tunnel of Love is our first destination here. We attempted to get to Romania yesterday, but the border crossing of our choice (Jasa Tomic/Foeni) was only open from 7:00 to 19:00. We left Novi Sad in Serbia […]

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10 things to do in Osijek – a personal travel guide

  Because of a peculiar reason I have been staying in the Croatian city of Osijek for two months now. Osijek is not your typical Croatian tourist destination. Why? First of all: it is all the way in the eastern tip of the country, far away from the coast and the capital where most tourists go. Secondly: […]

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