A few weeks ago it happened: due to a cancellation of our flight to Copenhagen (thanks for that, ryanair.) I searched for an alternative and asked my sister if she wanted to go to Amsterdam with me.
Thank god she said yes and so we went to discover Amsterdam.
6 days in the Algarve region in Portugal left me with much to write about. So here it is, the second part about my trip through the Algarve! In my first post about my trip I’ve written about the most beautiful coastline and cliffs you can find in Algarve. This one is about the prettiest cities there are to find and how to find them.
Sun, beaches, cliffs and even more sun! That roughly sums up one of the ‘main themes’ of my 6 day holiday (which rimes) in the Algarve region in Portugal.
Together with my mom, dad and sister I have explored a few cities, beaches and viewpoints in the Algarve (mainly the Western half).
And if you’re looking for your next destination, search no more! This. is. it!
So I might have travelled quite a bit the past few weeks, but one of the most exciting trips I’ve had was this one! I’ve waiting a few months for this trip to happen and it was so much fun to do! Together with two friends I’ve booked a trip via srprs.me!
After one month of summerjob it was time for some fun! Together with my parents and my sister I went to Berlin for 3 days. It had been a year (or two) since I’ve been to Berlin for the first time.
I’ve always loved Berlin, since it’s kind of a veggie-walhalla with it’s many vegetarian restaurants and it’s bursting with energy and trends.
Belém, near Lisbon located and famous for it’s Torre de Belém or the pastéis de Belém. So we decided we had to pay it a visit!
The world wide web was not very clear about how to get there (no metro goes to Belém) but we got there (eventually).
I’m only a few days back since my trip to Lisbon and thought it would be cool if I shared some tips with you!
As I’m still a bit tired from this sunny and above all awesome trip I’m currently writing this post and enjoying the photos and already looking forward to my next trip. Oops..
God dag til deg!
According to Google translate that’s Norwegian for ‘a good day to you’ but in Norway they actually just say ‘hallo’ (the same as the dutch word for ‘hello’), so I’ll stick to that!
Anyway I’m just back home from a weekend in Oslo, Norway.