This is not a blog post about my travels, nor my passions. This is a note of me starting to change my daily monotony. Use it too! When change is needed, act on it.
I hope 2018 finds you well! I have a present for you! My first children’s book “My winter holidays” is now online. Let me know what you think!
At the beginning of December I have decided to become a freelance illustrator. I became very pumped about the idea, so I came out with a project for myself. Discover more about my approach and my projects!
These couple of months were quite hectic for my partner and I, so I wasn’t able to write anything for you. But I returned to wish you happy holidays. That being said, I am planing to be back in business starting 2018.
Today I want to share a story of how I traveled for the weekend from Paris to Venice and spent only 8€ on plane tickets for a round trip for two persons. The perfect citybreak to Venice thanks to Black Friday sales!
Last Easter holiday we went to visit Nantes, in the Western part of France, in Bretagne region. At the time of the trip I was stunned by the dirt of the city that eclipsed its beauty. After more than half year I began to chill out about this and decided to tell you about Nantes. Because, despite the garbage I saw during that weekend, the city is very beautiful and you should definitely visit Nantes.
For a long period of time I wanted to visit Greece. This year we somehow managed to get there. As cheapest flights from Paris were into Thessaloniki, we kinda went with the flow and decided to visit Thessaloniki too. Hence, here’s my Thessaloniki travel guide.
The best part of living in Paris area is definitely being able to visit cities and towns around. As I mentioned in my post with tips for traveling with a full time job, my favourite way of traveling is during the weekend. In a new recent visit we got to discover the castle of Vitré.
Recently I shared with you my project of illustrations featuring our travel destinations and you loved it. Today we continue this Travel Art Project with exploration series.
A full time job has its advantages and disadvantages when it comes to traveling. Today I’ll be pointing out the limitations and give you tips on how to get the most of your trips while managing the limited holidays available. Here’s how to afford traveling with full time job!
Last weekend we visited the region of Bretagne, another unique and picturesque place in France. We celebrated Bastille Day in Fougères, a town that hosts the largest fortress of Europe. Read more about Fougères castle!
Without a proper introduction, I drop only this: Welcome to my travel art project! I kept it a surprise for quite a long time, as I guess I wasn’t sure people would like to read about my art stuff. But that changed, and I’m very thankful it did! Today I can finally introduce you to my travel art project I started in the beginning of the year.
As we’re back from a small trip in Provence region in France, I have so much to share with you! Even though the main purpose of this trip was to finally see the lavender fields, we discovered this hidden gem called the Road of Castles in Provence, in South Luberon area.
For the last four years since I moved to France I have been able to develop my artistic side and pursue this dream of mine to be recognized as a painter or artist. I am super excited to announce my participation in my first permanent painting exhibition in Paris area.
France has so many beautiful scenery types that I don’t even know where to start. When I first moved to France I was eager for more Paris with all its Parisian clichés. More than four years later, I can say that I’m a professional guide even among my French friends. Last week I was able to check an important bucket list item from my Places to see this life list. I found the best spot for lavender fields in Provence region.
I have arrived on the tarmac. Aircrafts and people everywhere. The sun is up on the sky, heating even more the atmosphere. This is THE EVENT of the year for Aviation Industry. Monday to Friday all industry’s actors are meeting here to discover and to be discovered by their peers. During weekend, all Aviation Geeks are invited, as the air show continues for general public.
Living in Europe my entire life, made me who I am. And being the person I am today wouldn’t have been possible without the diversity Europe is offering. For the past 5 years I’ve been living in France, the country I’ve been dreaming of ever since I was little. Today’s post is something unusual, but I really want to express my gratitude for being able to be who I am. Here’s my love letter for Europe.
If you’re already following me on Instagram, you may already know that I don’t make New Year’s Resolutions. For me this is only a list of unicorns that will never transform into reality. My 2017 resolutions were called projects, with certain implementation or accompanied by some sort of plan, hence called New Year’s Projects.
Definitely Bago was the most original part of our trip to Myanmar, as it’s not really tourists’ priority, thus kept some of its authentic charm. In a previous post I was leaving you on the note that we took the train from Yangon to Bago. Now it’s time to tell you how we got there and what happened in the first half day in Bago. The Bago adventure begins!
Piraeus, located at only 20 minutes by subway from Athens, is a city of major importance for Greece, but not promoted for tourism. Despite this fact, here’s why you should visit Piraeus.