City breaks

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Petrified by a trip to Amman, Jordan

I believed after so many travels and dozens of spontaneous trips to more than 60 countries all over the world, nothing can shock me anymore. To surprise me – Yes. To make me excited – Yes. To make me inspired – Yes. But I really thought there was no longer room for being shocked. Well…I
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My no longer favourite airport

Landing again at Ataturk International Airport in Istanbul, I realised the last several years I was flying mostly via two airports for connecting my next flight – the current one in Istanbul and Heathrow in London. Almost every month it’s meant to step at one of them. Should admit, though, I am more often at
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How did I get into Aberdeen prison

  The first reasonable question expectedly is: “Where the city of Aberdeen is?” I’ll try to properly explain it. Do you remember when I went By train to the end of the world? Well, Aberdeen is located exactly on the opposite edge of the planet. I almost reached the South Pole, but for finding Aberdeen, you
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Of course, I know the answer. 🙂 It might not be your preferred one, though. The argument is old like the world and many people try to compare these two great cities. Is New York City (NYC) or London the better one for living? There are many pros and cons. I’ll try to share just my own
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Thousands miles journey to the world's best coffee

If I ask you right now, where the best coffee ever could be found, what’s going to be your answer? Let’s bet, I’ll get at least 30 different options. Everyone will insist their statement really points the best coffee in the world. It’s a kind of tricky question, because what I have asked for actually
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By train to the end of the world

  That’s me, on a South African train, heading to the end of the world. Trying to be brave and confident in an environment that scares me. I heard so many horrifying stories about single women, traveling alone by train in South Africa. That’s why I already placed a smile on my face, hoping to
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Krapets - the last Black Sea bastion of tranquility

Krapets is a small village nearby Romanian-Bulgarian border, right at the Black Sea coast. A peaceful, quiet bay, not conquered by concrete and tall buildings yet. It’s a remote area, where the villages have pretty weird names – Krapets, Durankulak, Shabla. A forgotten place, not touched much by the urbanization and civilization. A wild spot,
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Seafood and icy ouzo on Lesvos island

In my mind the Greek island Lesbos (Lesvos, both transcriptions are valid) will always remain the homeland of ouzo drink and the freshest seafood I’ve ever tasted. The island is much closer to the Turkish shore, than to the Greek one and has been several times handovered between Greece and Turkey. Unfortunately, it lately became popular as
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