I hear you; it’s been six months and here I am, posting summer holiday photos.
Well, you’re right.
It seems like I can’t manage two jobs, a Master’s degree and this blog.
But I can tell you one thing for sure. If you enjoy remote islands, relaxing in the shade of trees and wandering in the most beautiful Chora that I have ever seen, then Folegandros is the place to be.
I hope we’ll talk again soon, before my next trip!
I think I love travel posts almost as much as travelling itself, both for reliving the experience and for sharing it!
Lets get to the point: from Nov 16 to Nov 20 me and my bf visited Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. About a month ago I was looking for cheap flights for this period, since I already knew that my uni classes would be cancelled, and a trip to Sofia seemed to be the perfect opportunity: great travel schedule, amazing prices and a beautiful city waiting to be discovered!
Day 1, Nov 16
We left home early in the morning, since our flight was at 9 am. Although nobody enjoys an early wake, this meant we’d have a whole day in front of us to stroll around…
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[…] Apart from feeling as relaxed as it gets, what’s also amazing when it comes to free camping is how many different places you get to visit. With zero accommodation expenses your vacation days multiply – since all your budget goes to tickets and food – and all you need is a map -and good company.
4 years ago I went camping for the first time.
Grumpy and unenthusiastic as I was, if someone had told me that I wouldn’t spend a summer vacation in a hotel room for the next few years, I’d have laughed so hard.
Yet here I am, waking up in a tent, bathing as the sun rises, drinking as the sun sets and counting the stars in moonless nights lit by our fires.
Even when every inch of my existence was covered in sand, not once did I think about leaving and, if I could, I would have stayed there for ever.