Have you ever heard about Polish Tricity? Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot are three main cities near by Baltic Sea and all together forming a metropolitan area called the Tricity or The Triple City. So once upon a time I had a chance to visit that beautiful part of the beautiful country and discover its unique architecture, cozy streets, nice beaches and amazing atmosphere… I can surely say that my trip to Poland would be incomplete without my visit to the Tricity or as Poles call it Trójmiasto! Continue reading
My dream to visit Jerusalem came so sudden and unexpected. Until summer 2010 I have never considered that destination. But sometimes destinations choose us, through books and movies, people’s stories and spontaneous circumstances.
So my dream was born in one of those hot July’s evenings in Yerevan. Continue reading
I am absolutely obsessed with doors…all kinds of doors! My obsession has started long time ago and it gets only stronger with time. Doors make the first impression of any visitor and behind every door there is a story… Doors are story tellers Continue reading
Check out some “street fashion” Armenian protest style from the runaway at Baghramyan Avenue…
1. Denim Style…
The “Electric” center of Yerevan is currently at Baghramyan Avenue! It’s been almost a week since the protests began after the decision by the state utilities commission to increase electricity tariffs from the beginning of August by more than 16%.
The situation escalated when police used water cannons to disperse the crowd in the early hours of the 23 June.
But that action only did motivate the protestants Continue reading
Summer vibes are in the air and even though there are no beaches around Yerevan, we can still enjoy cold drinks next to the water while wearing nothing but bikini. Let’s discover where to add some “color” to your summer! Continue reading
It is so exciting to explore a new city during the traveling. Find out streets, interesting points, famous squares, historical places, cozy cafes, open markets and some hidden really local parts: be totally lost as a tourist, but feel totally welcomed as a wanderer by that atmosphere. Each of us had that amazing feeling at least once and nothing can describe that euphoria better, than words of Bill Bryson: Continue reading
This time my spontaneous roads brought me to Budapest, which is one of the most wonderful cities. To be honest it has never been on my travel list and I couldn’t even consider visiting it one day. But as we know life is such a beautiful and unexpected chaos, it always takes us to the places we belong, without us knowing it… And yes, I was a lucky girl! Continue reading
If you are seeking for non-cliche destination, I definitely recommend you to visit Armenia! And not because I am an Armenian Girl, but because you are so going to enjoy it there… 😉 Continue reading
Have you ever considered visiting Lodz? In case, you don’t know, Lodz is the third biggest city of Poland, which is situated in the center of the country and it is quite close to Warsaw. Within one hour you can easily get there from Warsaw by train. It might sound funny and maybe even weird, but most of Poles call it “the ugliest city” of Poland. I can get the point, compare it to more attractive and historical places of the country, but I would never call it ugly. Lodz is a city with a special charisma. If you prefer typical touristic atmosphere, comfort and luxury – then you should forget about Lodz, it won’t be attractive to you.
Although it is not very touristic destination, I would definitely advise you to go there if you are interested in the following: Continue reading