Oh the things you can find, if you don't stay behind!
The is board contains memories, facts and tips for traveling the world. This is based on all the countries I have lived in and travelled to. I want to share the amazement and curiosity I have formed for the different cultures I have experienced around the world.
Borovets in one of the largest and oldest Ski Resorts in Bulgaria. We would ski there and experience the most wonderful slopes. Highly recommended! Interesting Fact: Borovets was originally established at the end of the 19th Century as a hunting place for the Bulgarian Kings (You will be skiing in areas that Kings used to roam, pretty cool)
Tbilisi, Georgia. This was the fourth country I lived in! On the photo you can see me and my school group standing in front of a very famous statues called The Muse. My memories of Tbilisi is Khachapuri (Georgian cheese bread), earthquakes in the hotel I lived in and many big statues! Interesting fact: Because of its diverse and unique geography, Tbilisi is a one of the world's great starting points for hiking tours of any duration or difficulty.
Listen to Mozarts' famous "Eine kleine Nachtmusik"!
Helikopter Skiing in Gudauri, Georgia. Gudauri is another amazing ski area in Georgia that we visited often. One of the activities you can do there is helicopter skiing! You have deep powder snow ski runs and an absolutely breathtaking view. Interesting Fact: In the past five years, the amount of people that go heli skiing has doubled (...it's becoming popular) Check out the website of Gudauri with the images of people helicopter skiing here…
I went to the University of Dundee for a year and had a great time. In the image above is the bridge that leads to Dundee. It may be small but has a lot of hidden gems. My best memories are being with my friends and going to the best bakery in the world in the middle of the night :) Interesting Fact: At the end of the Victorian era, Dundee was famous for it’s “3 J’s” – Jute, Jam and Journalism (Jute is a vegetable fibre used to make strong thread)
Club Opera is a club favoured by many in Warsaw. Its characterisations are underground, incense sticks lurking around every corner and a dark but fun vibe. I had many good times here and highly recommend it for internationals passing by Warsaw - Watch out, they will check ID so you will need to be 18+ ;)
Skydiving in Poland. This was a breathtaking experience. Poland has a lot to offer and this was probably one of my exciting experiences while living here. I flew with a helicopter to the middle of nowhere in a place called Kruszyn and jumped from between 2 and 3 km high in the air. If you want a cheaper but no less safe sky diving experience check out skydive.pl!