Everybody loves Punta Cana and Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic, but this isolated 5* resort in the Samana peninsula may be the gem you were looking for.
Baia Mare, my Transylvanian hometown, never fails to catch the corner of my eye with its wrought iron fences & flowery front lawns, its arches and communist-era mosaics…
Munich, the capital of Bavaria, is a great place to visit for soccer + rock’n roll fans like myself.
If you were to plan a trip to Romania, the vast and beautiful land bordered by river Danube at the South and river Tisa at North, there are not that many English language blogs to read.
Hard to believe 20 years have passed this summer since my cousins Marinela and Axente Medan founded PUFULETE S.R.L. , the plant producing the best corn puffs in the world.
Everybody knows them as “pufuleti de Busag” (the “Busag corn puffs”, based on the location of the plant, the Busag village in the metro area of my natal hometown Baia Mare).
I was born and raised in Baia Mare, a mining town with a history that goes beyond medieval times in Northern Transylvania, Romania.
Each time I visit during summer, I am welcome by trademark of my hometown. It reminds me of the happy childhood in the 1970s, and the beautiful people that populated it. It is the well manicured front yards, delimited by stylish wrought iron fences covered in roses.
Have a look!
Hidden in the mountains surrounding my hometown Baia Mare lies this gem of a lake.
I just came back from a 4-day trip to Reykjavik, Iceland.
If you’re Vikingland-bound any time soon (and you should be, because it’s almost an unveiled secret by now), the facts below may help you.