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Singapore Swing: Top Saving Hacks for Your Next Trip

Singapore-temple-skyscraper

Fifth time in a row, Singapore has been dubbed the world’s most expensive city.  Your Singapore trip doesn’t have to cost you a fortune! Use my ideas on how to enjoy the city break without ruining your budget. All it takes is just a few simple travel swaps.


Countdown: 9 Norway Trivia to Impress Your Friends

Oslo-Town-Hall

Do sheep dream of electric kennels? They may if this is Norway! Check out what electric kennels, Go Pro and 4 happy sheep have in common! “Countdown: 9 Norway Trivia to Impress Your Friends”


Norway in 4 Days. A Say-it-All Itinerary with Prices – Part 2. Bergen

After a dayful of city trekking and sightseeing in Oslo, and a night ride on the famous train to Bergen, we land in the former capital of Norway. Welcome to the city of fjords!


Norway in 4 Days. A Say-it-All Itinerary with Prices – Part 1. Oslo

Norway Fjord

Norway has always been on my radar with its breath-taking scenery, deep cerulean fjords, and uncompromising beauty. Yet, I always pushed it aside in favor of other destinations. The exorbitant prices may have something to do with that. But the die is cast. I’m heading off to the land of trolls in three weeks, and sharing my 4-day itinerary for Oslo+Bergen with prices!


Krakow Trip. You’re Doing It All Wrong! 6 Tip-offs to Kill For from a Local

Krakow’s claim to fame as one of the most attractive places in Europe is well-deserved. Although most visitors flock to the typical tourist spots, I’m giving you away 6 tip-offs where to go to experience the real feel of the city.


Hate It or Love It? 6 Reasons You Might Love or Hate London

London is a city of endless opportunities. At the same time, it has countless downsides. Without fail, it’s also one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. Is it worth a trip?


36 Hours in Tokyo You Won’t Forget… A Traveler’s Guide to High-Speed Tokyo Tour

Tokyo is one hell of a city. According to various sources, the city’s 23 wards are inhabited by ca. 10 million people, the entire metropolis claims a population of over 13 million, while the Greater Tokyo area with 38 million Read more…


Follow Your Guide or Follow Your Gut?

There are two types of travelers (or maybe it applies to all activities, by extension?). The first type are planning sectarians. On the other end of the spectrum, there are those last-minute laid-backs, the spontaneous, ready-for-all voyageurs who always roam off the beaten track and never follow the itinerary. They don’t have one.