Traveller guide

SK, Kosice – Main Street II
Published: 21.1.2016
Once we took a look at parks, the singing fountain, or the underground of Main Street we move to city’s most famous sights.

CZ, Adamov – A Town Bound to Iron
Published: 20.1.2016
In our journeys in the region of South Moravia we stopped at Adamov, a town situated 12 kilometers from Brno. Surrounded by forests the town is located on the confluence of the Svitava and Krtinsky creek. It has a population of 4.5 thousand.

Indonesia: No It Did Not Burn Down V – Java: To the Edge of Ijen Volcano and Discovering Its Mystery
Published: 18.1.2016
We had seen many places on Java. Ijen volcano is, however, something entirely different. Sulfur miners work in harsh conditions here. Tourists pay entrance fee to see this unique thing. Blue flames, another symbol of the volcano, flicker behind the miners. This is the last spot on Java we saw before departing for Bali on the east.

Sweden, Between Göteborg and Stockholm IV – The Cities and Their Writers
Published: 17.1.2016
Last days of travels with Dominika we spent at the city of Örebro, the history of which dates back to the 15th century.

China, Studies: Beijing – Summer Palace: Finally in Summer
Published: 16.1.2016
It was easy to count hours before the departure of the girls (and our as well). Still, we intended to utilize them as much as possible regardless the unbearable heat in Beijing.

USA, Hawaiian Islands – In the Middle of the Pacific II
Published: 15.1.2016
Mauna Kea or in English White Mountain is the main destination in our today’s article.

SK, Kosice – Main Street I
Published: 14.1.2016
When we left the East Slovakian Museum we set off for a walk along Kosice’s pride – Main Street. In this street, the majority of the most important sights is located.

CZ, Blansko – In the Heart of the Moravian Karst IV
Published: 13.1.2016
Upon seeing the marvels of architecture in Blansko – the wooden church, chateau, Jezek’s bridge – today our goal are not only some other sghts. We also talk about the social life in the city.

SK: Bratislava – Little Big City – VIDEO
Published: 12.1.2016
Many people see the Slovakian capital only when passing by in train, bus, or car while travelling from the Czech Republic to Hungary or vice versa. But it is really worth it to spend a while in the city of half-million on the Danube. Bratislava has changed. It is no longer boring, grey city. It has been gradually removing the damage done by the communist regime and life crawls back to the city.

Indonesia: No It Did Not Burn Down IV – Java: Getting Up to Bromo Volcano and the Madakaripura Waterfalls
Published: 11.1.2016
We almost freezed on Penanjakan platform. We enjoyed the view over volcanic terrain and were on our way in jeep back to Tengger’s crater flat bedrock. Then we go afoot (under great volcanic conditions) to Bromo’s edge. The volcano is still active.

Sweden, Between Göteborg and Stockholm III. – Lush Nature and Traditional Products of Sweden
Published: 10.1.2016
While travelling along coastal trail from Ljungskile to Uddevalla, we saw Halle-Hunneberg forests, Västergötland region. It was tiresome to carry heavy backpacks which in turn didn’t bring us much joy when travelling. Therefore, we left them at a visitors’ center.

China, Studies: Beijing – Packing and Getting Lost
Published: 9.1.2016
We survived the trip on the Great Wall of China. We liked it but ahead would be waiting pre-departure preparations. We were busy packing, me and B. As it turned out, packing one year worth of life in China to one coffer is far from easy and takes much more than just one afternoon. Therefore, I took T and P to their guest house and left them to take care of themselves.

USA, Hawaiian Islands– In the Middle of the Pacific I
Published: 8.1.2016
The world famous Hawaiian islands evoke contentment, peace, just all pleasant feelings you experience while in a vacation.

CZ, Blansko – The Heart of the Moravian Karst III
Published: 6.1.2016
Once we visited Blansko chateau and St Martin church we set off to a wooden structure. We spotted it when we observed the town. This structure is a church which actually doesn’t fit in the city’s architecture.

Sweden, Malmö: Historic But Modern as Well
Published: 5.1.2016
You can literally cross a bridge from Copenhagen, Denmark to Sweden. But it is quite a long bridge. One may think both cities would be similar due to small distance separating them but you couldn’t be more wrong. Malmö has different feeling – it is calmer, more monumental, and more adult. You will feel its industrial history as well as present high-tech direction.

Indonesia: No, It Did Not Burn Down III – Java: Sandy Bedrock of a Crater and Famous Bromo Volcano
Published: 4.1.2016
Trip to Bromo volcano in Bromo Tengger Semer National Park is probable one of the best travel experiences in Indonesia. The trip is highly organized and most touristic. Despite it is very expensive you will long remember it as a wonderful experience.

Sweden, Between Göteborg and Stockholm II. – Deep into the North
Published: 3.1.2016
We commenced the hiking part of our Swedish journey “deep in the north”. It was in the territory of Bohuslän which is eleven hours from Göteborg. Prices are same in Sweden as in the Czech republic. Nominally, at least. The most expensive part of our journey is travelling itself (had you your own food from the Czech Republic). However, there are many train and bus lines in the country.

China, Studies: Beijing – The Red-Hot Wall
Published: 2.1.2016
We managed climbing up the hill very well. We walked through a small village. Some watched us, some obviously had met tourists efore and waved at us. Once we reached a crossroad we suddenly saw its contours. And we also recognized contours of a small shop at the crossroads. It wasn’t overpriced. Surprisingly. We refilled our water and sugar supplies (popsicles). If there exists something like an addiction on popsicles, I was an addict in China.

Salomon  Islands – More Than Just Famous Battlefield
Published: 1.1.2016
Today we visit a truly exotic destination – southwest Pacific – the Salomon Sea where you can find the Salomon Islands which cover an area of 28 thousand square kilometers. Only half a million people live there.

SK, Kosice – A Tour of a Museum
Published: 31.12.2015
The metropolis of the east welcomed us with open hands. We saw its most beautiful thing – the Gold Treasure of Kosice. We inspected it thoroughly and with great deal of enthusiasm. Then we moved on to see other interesting galleries in the museum.

CZ, Blansko – The Heart of the Moravian Karst II
Published: 30.12.2015
Today we look again into the beautiful city in the heart of beautiful nature. Yes, we talk about Blansko, the entrance to the Moravian Karst. But it is not only that. It is a place of fascinating sights we take look at on the following lines.

Denmark, Copenhagen II. – Parks, Cemeteries, and Andersen
Published: 29.12.2015
Flowers, blossoming trees, benches, small lanterns, puffy bears, and birds singing. People walk slowly along gravel paths. You can see children, grandpas, grandmas – it doesn’t matter. All are enjoying this calm place. Were there not tombs with Danish names I wouldn’t even notice that I am at a large cemetery. It rather seems the tombs were placed there accidentally.

Indonesia: No, It Did Not Burn Down II – Java: Karimunjawa National Park
Published: 28.12.2015
In our last article you learned more about Mt Muria, the holy mountain. We got there accidentally as we had different reasons why we traveled to Muria peninsula. There is a ferry on the northwestern coast (it departs from Jepara town) and it transports passengers to Karimunjawa National Park. We set aside two days because the ferry can cancel its trip due to huge waves. However, even two days extra were not enough.

Sweden, On the Road between Göteborg and Stockholm I – Göteborg
Published: 27.12.2015
Eighteen kilogram backpack on our backs were bent me and Dominika down at a station. We were looking forward to Swedish dream, a month worth of travelling on our own. A yellow bus was the means of our transport from Brno to Göteborg. After almost 20 hours of comfortable ride we got off the bus to see seagulls, ferry two ferry boats and cranes idling at the port. Visitor centers were buoys giving us always necessary information in the Swede’s second largest city. The first thing we actually did there was a visit at one such a center. Maps, leaflets, information – this is tourist’s fodder. One even doesn’t realize how remote is the land he trod on. Especially when passersby smile at him/her when he/she asks for directions. The smiles were still there regardless where we were.

China, Studies: Beijing – To the Wall!
Published: 26.12.2015
Our great journey was about to end. But at that moment it still seemed we would travel for couple of more weeks. Imagine a group of four ragged students waiting for a bus while sitting on cobble stone. We were hoping for it to come any minute… Yeah, any minute…

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