Reasons I Keep Coming Back to Norway (And Why Should You Visit)

1. Mountains

I come from a country where the highest hill is 312 m high, so you can understand my fascination with mountains. And Norway is full of them. There are around 600 mountains in Norway. And they are all around the country in all sizes and shapes. When you travel around in the time when seasons change, you can travel across the country and see snowy mountains, orange Iceland-like mountains (read about my experience in Iceland here), rocky mountains and even some greenish mountains. You can choose a mountain based on your level of hiking experience. Just go and explore.

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5-Day Trip To Spain: Must Dos

So are you already planing your travels for 2020? Is Spain one of your dream destinations? Or are you just curious about what to do there for a short period of time? Then read ahead!

1. Rent a Car.

In case you enjoy nature more than cities and do not want to spend your days in the crowded city of Barcelona, you should rent a car. This will give you a chance to get to the mountains and enjoy the view from wherever your heart wants to. We used Centauro car rent that had fairly small prices and nice cars. But little did we know that the office is not located at the airport. You must take a shuttle. And it took us almost 3 hours just to stand in the line to get a car we had reserved and paid for in advance. So if you are looking for a cheap option – they are the choice for you. However, if you value your time over money –  check the locations for car rents in advance. The ones located in the airport usually have shorter lines too.
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5 Ways To Stay Safe Traveling Solo

We could all do with a break now and then, but there always seem to be something in the way. One of the most common excuses people give for not traveling is that they don’t have anyone to go with them. Thankfully, you can just as easily head off on your own. Solo travel is fun, freeing, and one of the best ways to see the world. Unfortunately, many people avoid traveling alone out of fear for their safety. With that in mind, here are four ways you can stay safe traveling solo. Yes, it is fun to travel with someone, but when you travel solo, it is a different kind of freedom. You can plan your own time, you don’t have to be worried about being late, you can see the places you wanna see. There is no one you have to answer to. 
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14 Reasons why Slovenia should be on Your Travel List 2019.

What is Slovenia? A small country surrounded by Italy, Austria, Hungary and Croatia. Pretty surprising, huh? It has the Alps. It has the Adriatic Sea. And, oh, so beautiful nature. So many things in a country of 20,273 km2. And, yes, it is not Slovakia. So why should you visit Slovenia in 2019? Here are some reasons for that:

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Georgia: The Country of Cows, Cheap Hostels and Beautiful Nature. + FREE GIVEAWAY

A few months ago I went to Georgia. Even if it was only for a couple of days, it was great for getting the first taste of Georgia. So I want to share with you my first impressions of this beautiful country called Georgia (საქართველო) or as it felt to me- little India. Stay tuned till the end for a chance to win a FREE GIVEAWAY.

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How Travel Can Help With the Grieving Process

Recently we had to deal with a loss of a relative so naturally, it got me and my partner talking about all the topics related to grieving. We discussed what we would do in case something happened to the other one. Both of us agreed that we would go on a solo trip to clear up the mind and give it some time.

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