• adventures,  food

    Eating My Way Through New York

    Are you in New York City and looking for a good place to eat? The city that never sleeps also never stops offering excellent dining options. It can be challenging to decide where to go, let alone find the best New York food spots. Luckily, during my recent trip, I made a note of all the great places where I dined in NYC and I’m eager to share them with you. Here are some lesser-known, fantastic places I discovered: Jacx & Co A cute, convenient New York food court (located in Long Island) with a variety of different cuisines. You can order individually at the table. This is ideal if…

  • adventures,  Different Cultures,  food,  Food Whilst Travelling

    Dutch food highlights: Amsterdam, The Hague and Rotterdam

    Welcome to the vibrant world of Dutch food and cuisine! Nestled in the heart of Europe, the Netherlands may not be the first country that comes to mind when thinking of gastronomic delights. However, this picturesque nation has much more to offer than just tulips and windmills. From indulging in hearty stroopwafels to devouring local delicacies like haring (herring) and bitterballen, the Netherlands has a rich culinary scene that is begging to be explored. I have written about the Netherlands before because I really loved the food. However, I think my recent visit to the Netherlands gives me ample opportunity to talk more about the culinary delights of the Netherlands.…

  • adventures

    Visiting the Ring of Kerry- a guide

    Is driving the Ring of Kerry worth it? Absolutely! The Ring of Kerry is full of quintessential Irish sights- colourful towns, green fields, craggy cliffs, small islands, windswept beaches, low mountains, castle ruins, and ancient stone forts. The Ring of Kerry is 170 kilometers long and encircles the Iveragh Peninsula .It consists of three national roads, namely N70, N71, and N72, creating a circle around the peninsula. There is a basic Ring of Kerry route, known as just the Ring, but you extend it by adding on places such as Valentia Island. In theory, it it should take about 3.5 hours to drive the whole ring, but because we kept…

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    Karlstejn Castle- Is it worth visiting?

    Karlstejn Castle, built in 1348 near Prague to house Bohemian Crown Jewels and other treasures, has undergone various renovations and now exhibits a neo-Gothic style. Easily accessible by train and a scenic 30-minute walk through Karlstejn village, the castle offers guided tours with stunning views. Despite some negative reviews, the castle's rich history and architecture make it a highly recommended day trip from Prague.