A foodies day in Catania

Pizza, Pasta and Amore is everything I ever want when going to Italy. The latter was less successful so far but Catania opened my eyes to a whole new bunch of delicacies I didn’t know I needed. Wanna know where to get them and how to spend a whole day just thinking about food? Keep…

Travel with me to: Catania – a Sicilian Summer

This past week I spent a couple of days in Catania, the city built in the shadows of volcano Etna. If you are craving authentic food, Italian dolce vita and an escape from the touristy likes of Pisa, Rome or Venice, this is your hub! The decision to come to Sicily for a couple of…

The perfect summer cookie

Once the first rays of glorious sunshine hit my face, stretching the days to a maximum and making everyone come out of their houses, I basically live outside. Balcony, terrace or park what ever is available will be my spot for the spring-summer time. The times where I crave for chocolate heavy treats and frosted…

A foodies day in Lisbon

I love traveling for the sake of travel, getting out of my comfort zone and discovering new places but the real reason I go away is the food. I think in many places food is not only an integral part of the culture but also the central part of it. Think big family dinners late…

T’s Travel Diary – Lisbon

I thought about starting a new category, so here it is. It will give you a proper itinerary for the respective city or region I stayed in, so you won’t have to figure one out for yourself. Not to worry, you will have enough free time to do your own things as well. So let’s…

My Travel Bucket List – PT. I

To be honest with all of you, I have not been the most active in terms of travelling so far this year. The main reason being, that I should get my shit together and finally finish that Bachelor thesis of mine. Which I am doing, don’t you worry. But whenever I see someone’s Insta full…

Size doesn’t matter – 5 small European cities worth visiting

When thinking about getaways everyone tends to go big, or stay home. Unless it is Paris, London, Berlin or Amsterdam the worthiness of travelling to lesser known smaller cities is seriously questioned by many. I think this attitude needs to change! FAST! How? I am going to show you 6 smaller and maybe lesser known…

Solo Travel Tips

While going through the good old www, it occurred to me that solo travelling is becoming more frequent. As you can tell by this post, I am a big fan of it. However, there is a double standard around this issue. No one hardly ever questions men going out and about alone. The story is…

Rotterdam: Newbies & Golden Oldies

 I’ve been back from the homeland of my heart for a week and decided to give it a short round up of my new tried favourites and mention some oldies I couldn’t miss out on. If you’ve been reading my blog for a while you’ll know that I am a big fan of Rotterdam and…

Travel with me to: Marrakech

It’s the new year and I still got some stories from the old one to tell you all. If you follow me on Instagram, you will know that I spend a week in Marrakech before Christmas. By the time I got back to Germany there was so much to do, so many people to visit…