2017, February 3
The title of this blog post is inspired by the quote on one of the signs near the Bridal Veil Waterfall, which I wrote about over on Milliver’s Travels this week.
If you’d like to see pictures of a cool frozen waterfall, and brave climbers scaling it, head on over to check out my article “The Bridal Veil Waterfall aka Răchiţele Falls, Romania”.
2017, January 24
I seem to have been on a roll with my writing about castles, as over on Milliver’s Travels, I talked about Corvin Castle, otherwise known as Vajdahunyadi Vár recently.
Come on over to read my story and see pictures of the castle, and check out the other lovely travel articles present. The homepage is still adorned with charming winter-y stories ;)
2016, November 21
While the Bran Castle in Brasov is most commonly known as “Dracula’s Castle” on looks alone, the castle I stayed at in Piarta Fantanele during a team building trip with my colleagues is supposedly located exactly where Stoker imagined the Count’s castle.
If you feel like searching for Count Dracula, fancy a visit to spend a spooky weekend in the eerie stillness of Piatra Fantanele, or want to go running, hiking, cycling or skiing, head on over to Milliver’s Travels and read my latest travel article about “Hotel Castel Dracula in the village of Piatra Fantanele”. You might even get to see Dracula’s coffin ;)
2016, August 29
Lately I’ve been thinking about travel a lot and, given our recent trip to Budapest, of past travels. So I’ve written about another older trip, this time about a trip I took alone. It was just what I needed back then!
Head over to Milliver’s Travels to read my article, “Places worth visiting in Northern Hungary”. I’ll see you there!
2016, July 28
Last week, I have contributed a lovely story from Romania about an old spring walk through Feleacu Village. My memories of the walk from five years ago were prompted by a day of walking and biking a lot as I try to balance my now sedentary lifestyle (job-induced) with more regular exercise.
This is a walk down memory lane, if you will. Visit “A 3.2 km Spring walk through Feleacu Village, Romania” on Milliver’s Travels to read the article and leave a comment.