Tangier – city of scams?
The first evening we went out in Tangier we didn‘t feel at ease – so many stories all over the internet about scammers, waiting for a chance to empty your wallet in any way they can, doesn’t really help to trust local people.
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The first thought I had after coming to Cabo da Roca was how amazing mother nature can be. And the second – how the hell will I be able to walk around here? Continue reading “Cabo da Roca and a little bit of heaven*”
We had a chance to spend two full weeks in Tbilisi, for that we are very thankful to our good Georgian friend, and we fell in love with the city. Tbilisi is lively, gorgeous, old and new, full of opportunities, hidden gems and culture. If you don’t have a lot of time to spend there but want to get as much from the city as possible – visit these 5 great places, which allow you to feel the spirit of Tbilisi.
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Borjomi is a small resort town situated in a scenic canyon in the Kura river. As the name reveals, it is also the homecity of Borjomi mineral water, which you can taste straight from the spring there – it is salty and warm and definitely not something you usually drink. If you are looking for a day of relaxation, a visit to the charming city park and chilling in the pool filled with natural hot volcanic spring water would be a great idea. But what we had in mind was a little bit more adventurous.
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We got up as the sun filled our room with light, looked through the window and caught a sight of our day’s destination – the Shkhara mountain’s glacier. Shkhara is the highest point in Georgia and one of the highest peaks in the whole Caucasus mountain range. Needless to say, it is a marvelously looking wonder of nature.
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One early and bright summer morning in Tbilisi I woke up after a good night’s sleep and decided to visit the mountainous Svaneti region, which I heard was stunningly picturesque. Went to the Vagzali bus station where the intercity marshrutkas are waiting for travellers and at 7 o’clock me and my boyfried were already setting off to an adventure.
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Built in the 4th century and now restored to its previous glory, Nekresi monastery complex presents you with beautiful views of Alazani valley and a glimpse of unique early Georgian architecture.
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During my trip to Georgia, I got to know what Kakheti has to offer quite well, as I had a chance to go on a great roadtrip around the region. I’ve seen so many churches, monasteries and other heritage sites that after a while some of them began to look exactly the same to me. It’s never a good sign to lose sense of excitement while travelling, so I created a list of my favorite places which are most worthy of your visit, to my mind.
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