Recent Blog Updates

  • Tórshavn tips from locals

    Jan 31, 2018

    Tórshavn – Suppose as a veteran traveler you want to impress your friends, or you would love to visit a capital that is very hip, yet quite unknown. Then we have the golden tip. Repeat after us: Torshavn! Might be useful to find it on the map first though.

  • Iceland blues

    Jan 31, 2018

    Langanes – The light just will not go away. An obstinate band of white above the mountain Hleiðólfsfjall keeps the night at a distance. Forty kilometres away, it casts a pale glimmer over Langanes, a peninsula shaped like a duck eagerly looking out over the sea. As if the creature, like me, wants to escape the light.

  • Antwerp tips from locals

    Jan 30, 2018

    Antwerp – “Antwerp is not a city that makes you immediately lose your heart. It is not Hamburg, Ghent or Seville. It’s not the city where you stroll in the shade of trees along centuries-old canals, while listening to the whims of tropical birds, where you see the Art Nouveau facades, and you think to yourself: “My god, how incredibly beautiful! “Here you have to dance at Kiebooms, read Elschot and walk in the snow.

  • The Jews of Tarnow

    Oct 10, 2017

    Poland – There is little left of the rich Jewish history of Tarnow after the Second World War. Yet Tarnow is the city where a remarkable love story begins. Between a Jewish woman and a Catholic man. Imprisoned in Auschwitz, they manage to escape together. They lose each other and find each other once again almost 40 years later.

  • The 10 most misogynistic countries

    Oct 10, 2017

    World – That girls have fewer opportunities than boys, we have noticed during our travels. Being women, the bad situation of girls, concerns us. Based on various reports we made a list of the worst countries to grow up as a girl.