Japan Series – Tokyo: Shibuya

In spite of the fact there are no obvious sights in Shibuya, the district is one of those quintessential spots that pop into mind of most people when you say Japan, without them even realising the name of the crossing. The home of the iconic Shibuya crossing. The Crossing The crossing is the obvious reason…

Czech Republic – Cesky Krumlov

Cesky Krumlov is a popular touristic destination in the south of the Czech Republic, and it’s gained its fame for a reason; in spite of the large number of visitors the town centre very much appears like the time has stopped here since the 13th century. The historical town centre Just wandering through the charming…

England – Castles of the North East: Bamburgh

If you happen to find yourself in the North East England without a set plan for a couple of days, I would highly encourage you to use at least one of those days for visiting one of the many castles to be found here. You are sure to be spoilt for choice, so I wouldn’t…

About Me

Born in the Czech Republic, at the age of eight my parents packed me up and moved the family to Pennsylvania for a year. I didn’t speak a word of English, yet children adjust quickly and soon enough I knew the language, had friends and had travelled the US east coast with my parents… and…