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Cheap SKI holidays with Ryanair flights

Winter season is just around the corner with first snow coming down in higher mountains. It’s time to plan your next awesome ski adventure. If you love mountains (like I do), ski holidays are an absolute must. This kind of holiday, however, doesn’t come cheap. Package holiday deals start from 300-400€. Luckily, there is Ryanair ready to take you to your next crazy adventure. Let’s look at some cheap ski holidays resorts that can be reached via this European low cost airline.

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Guide to rebooting your body and mind this Autumn in Pärnu

Birds fly South and so should you!

Late Autumn tends to be quite miserable in Norther Europe and it’s the thoughts of inevitable X-mas festivities that barely brighten the mood. Either those or a prospect of taking a sunny holiday in December.

Planning for a quick last-minute get-away can be tough, even if you have a budget. You need to go through hotel websites, figure out logistics, decide on what the hell you are going to do, once you get to your destination and so on. You can get so stressed by the whole planning aspect that you end up just giving up and staying home on your sofa.

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Australia’s Most Scenic Roads and Road Trips

Australia has some of the most beautiful landscapes full of untamed beauty, but you will have a hard time seeing even the most iconic landmarks due to the sheer size of the continent and the amount of ground to cover. If you want to go on a road trip in the land down under, you need a solid plan for the most effective vacation. If you need a few suggestions to start off, here are Australia’s most scenic roads and road trips.

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Struggles of living abroad

After spending 3 years of my life living away from my home country, I feel like this topic (struggles of living abroad) is important and needs to be covered. In about a month from now I will celebrate 10 years since being back from my student life in Germany. Three months of that time I spent working in a hostel in Berlin. So how does it feel to leave everything behind and start a life at new place?

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Lake Pühajärv hiking trail in Estonia

Estonia is more than just Tallinn. As much as our glorious capital has to offer, you will miss a lot if you don’t drive outside of the city. Estonian forests, lakes, meadows and seaside are well worth exploring. Luckily, we have so many awesome hiking trails – from easy, one hour walks to serious all day hiking routes with overnight possibilities.

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Prague walking itinerary for first time visitor

Beautiful city of Prague is particularly stunning in first days of September. Cold, rainy autumn hasn’t arrived yet, but the streets start to get emptier from the masses of tourists visiting this great city. If you are coming for the first time (like we did), there is simply no better time! It was conveniently located on our route to Grossglockner High Alpine Road, so we decided to stop here for one day and explore this famous city and it’s attractions.

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Driving the Grossglockner High Alpine Road in Austria

Once we arrived in Austria and visited Eisriesenwelt, the largest Ice cave in the world, it was time to explore the mountains some more. High on my list was the famous Grossglockner High Alpine Road – one of the prettiest mountain roads in the world. It is comprised of 36 curves and u-turns, which makes it a dream for any vehicle lover – bikers, car drivers and even bicycle riders!

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How to visit Eisriesenwelt Ice Cave in Austria

eisriesenwelt ice cave

Mountains have always been a major magnet for me. The higher their peaks are, the better. When I was choosing among the popular visitor attractions in Austria, Eisriesenwelt ice cave was an easy choice, because the place has it all – huge walls of rock, great views, fresh mountain air and, by far, the largest ice cave in the world!

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Top Hiiumaa attractions for one day road trip

Hiiumaa

Summer in Estonia is not complete without a proper road trip to one of it’s many islands! As much as I love Saaremaa – the largest island – Hiiumaa has always been my favorite. It has a special atmosphere and unique culture. Once you get off the ferry and let all the fast drivers pass by, you almost have the road to yourself. Everything is so near, you can make a round in just one day while enjoying it’s best spots. 

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CabinZero backpack – my new travel friend!

I love traveling light. Lately, I noticed that many airlines wish to restrict amount of hand luggage taken on board. As a result, hand luggage sized bags are stored with checked baggage and thus suitcases tend to break faster. In fact – no wonder, considering how they are being tossed.

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