Island history is fascinating. From small islands with strong history and influence of knights to islands whose history is still uncertain and as old as human civilization is. I’ve been to Sardegna and I’ve seen its beautiful landscape with beaches and crystal clear waters, but nothing really brings you closer to understanding the life of…… Continue reading Sardegna: Il Nuraghe
Long trips are the best, but we all know that with the life pacing faster than yourself, it`s not always possible to allow yourself a pleasure of a few week (or few) long holiday. I solve this by taking shorter trips every once in a while and at the same time planning a bigger trip…… Continue reading A 3 day Madrid plan
Every single place I lived in, be it in Lithuania or anywhere else, has always taught me a hing or two. Whilst in the Netherlands I discovered that bicycle is one of the best means of transportation and how ‘there is no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothes’, a realisation as simple as…… Continue reading What Malta has taught me?
A few weeks ago a good friend of mine re-branded his blog. He has been writing on it for a while and the name of his re-branded blog got my attention the minute I read it. Being a “wannabe-know-it all” I went on google (obviously) and searched the name. Found out, it was a reference…… Continue reading Where it all began?
There is nothing better for me than waking up on a Sunday morning to a beautiful day, putting my shoes on, packing some water, a camera and bringing with me the best companion ever for a relaxed walk around the island. It doesn’t matter whether the walk is long or short, getting out to some…… Continue reading Sunday walks. Fomm ir Rih
South Africa has always fascinated me and there is no way better way to get inspired on the next adventure than to get some tips and tricks from a local. Shalinee form Life, Love and Travel is one of those locals i have pleasure of knowing. Obviously, I had to ask her to tell me…… Continue reading Destination guide:Durban
The home of Port wine, the beaux-arts buildings pilled on one another and the Rio Douro washing Porto`s shores is what comes to mind when i remember Porto, the second largest city in Portugal. I only spent there a bit more than 24 hours, which is too short to actually explore the city and I…… Continue reading 24 hours in Porto