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Back in Barcelona

Supertramp Diary

This post will be more about photos, less about talking 🙂 I just decided to do it in this way as I really love the photos which I took during my 2nd time in Barcelona.

Just a brief story what I did there. We were making a Europe trip with mom to France, Portugal and Spain. And as I was studying for 4 months in Krakow with some Spanish friends, I wanted to visit them. This is why I chose Malaga and Barcelona as 2 stops in Spain – to see my very good friends Angela and Alex.


When we arrived to Barcelona, it was rainy. First time on our trip it started to rain, also some storms appeared. But it was still good as we were with Alex. We met next to Sagrada Familia and went around the city, to visit places which you might find in photos!…

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Day 13. Mt. Faber and Sentosa Island, Singapore

Love Travelling

After spending the previous day on the tranquil and unspoilt island of Pulau Ubin, it was a change of scene with a visit to Sentosa, dubbed the island of fun! From our hotel we took the MRT from Somerset on the North East line over to HarbourFront station as the Singapore Cable Car runs from the 15th floor of Harbour City.

Untitled The Singapore Cable Car at HarbourFront Station

Standard adult tickets for a Sky Pass cost SG$35 (£20.50) but we managed to save SG$21 (£12.30) by downloading the Klook App and buying two tickets the previous evening for SD$24.50 (£14.35) each. Klook is a reliable website offering substantial discounts on attractions in South East Asia and is worth checking out if you are visiting the region and planing to visit attractions. Our prepaid tickets also enabled us to join the fast track queue which was an added bonus.

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Buzz Off! I’m Looking For My Honey!

Through Open Lens

F/7.1, 1/200, ISO 320.


What do basketball players do with donuts?

They dunk them.

Interesting Fact:Queen hibernates during the winter and starts laying eggs in the spring. She lays 8 to 12 eggs at a time. Young bumblebees emerge after 21 days. ( http://www.softschools.com/facts/animals/bumblebee_facts/582/ )

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Let’s Welcome Brasov

Bon Voyage

There is no point of keeping images in the hard-disk. So I have decided to publish more images of my past travels on my blogs.

In the past, I had written couple of articles about Brasov and its food culture.


When I Felt Hungry In Romania

Exploring Romanian Foods

Welcome To Brasov

Carolinenthor Castle

Video Of Lake Sfânta Ana

Lake Sfânta Ana

And this article contains another set of photographs of this cute and vibrant city. I believe these images deserve to be published on my blog. I used my old CANON 450D to capture the beauty of the Romanian city.


I used Photoscape to edit these pictures.

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Cinque Terre: The real gem of Italy

GlobeTrotters: When Pigs Fly

Tips for Cinque Tizzle

  • Watch out for added charges on the walks… You will be charged for the privilege of walking along the front
  • The time for hiking between all 5 villages is 9 HOURS!! Didn’t find that snippet of information out anywhere and when it gets dark earlier in Autumn, this bugger can be a little hindrance. There is an option to hike along the front but there may be restoration in progress
  • La Spezia is a great, cheaper hub than the five villages and a €4 train ride to any of the villages is easily affordable. Alternatively, you can get the Cinque Terre pass, which is under €10 (I think) for unlimited travel between the towns. For more information, consult the website http://www.cinqueterre.eu.com/en/cinque-terre-card
  • Staying on a boat is fun and unique, however in October, it’s chuffing freezing!
  • Try the pesto… The home, the beacon, the pinnacle of pine nut…

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Soldeu, Andorra: Ski & Sesh Tips

GlobeTrotters: When Pigs Fly

Nestled away in the Eastern Pyrenees, Andorra has quietly come about as one of Europe’s top skiing destinations. The Grandvalira is the largest ski resort in the Pyrenees and is acquiring more and more global competitions which has steadily brought tourism to Europe’s 6th smallest country. Comparatively different to other travel experiences with the pig, 5 lads set flight to Barcelona in the hope of getting some of Andorra’s finest pow. Here’s an overview of what your trip could be like here.


We used Air BnB as we found it best value for money. It also meant we could cook our own meals, which was joint responsibility of yours truly and my pal. The apartment could sleep 8 technically, although that was really pushing it & was £140 each for 5 nights. A 10 minute walk from the slopes and bars, albeit at an inclined gradient, we really had nothing to…

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Cotton Tree Lodge – Punta Gorda, Belize

GlobeTrotters: When Pigs Fly

Isn’t it great when a hobby becomes something that works in your favour? During a heavy procrastination session at work, I posted a travel photo from many moons ago & hashtagged the crap out of it. Low & behold, it led to the Cotton Tree Lodge reaching out, & leading me on one of the most fulfilling & educational adventures of mine to date. This review is purely of the hotel & activities that I took part in, & there’ll be additional travel diary content after.

I was fortunate enough to be invited to the Cotton Tree Lodge. For the most part, I’d never considered Southern Belize as a destination for me. The Caye’s? Yes! The Deep Blue Hole? Yes! The 2nd largest Barrier Reef in the world? Yes! Punta Gorda? Punta… who?! But boy am I glad they did. A trip with little expectations really opened my perspective &…

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1-Day Stopover in Lisbon, Portugal


If you’re looking for cheap flights from North America to Europe, it’s likely that Tap Air Portugal will be one of your top choices. I like Tap Air a lot because they typically have a layover in Portugal, with enough time to head into the city and explore for a while. This may set some people off from booking their flights though, as most layovers can be from 6 hours to 30 hours. To me, this sounds like an exciting opportunity to explore a bit of Portugal without having to plan a full trip there!

My first time in Portugal was on a 6-hour layover through Tap Air. This I wouldn’t recommend unless you sleep well on flights as typically the Tap Air flights are overnight. I fought through the exhaustion and adventured into the city anyways. I would still recommend making a short trip downtown, as you can see…

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