4 Days in Morocco

Last week we took a trip to Marrakech with my boyfriend. We stayed  for a couple of days in a traditional hotel (riad) in the center of Medina, the old town of Marrakech. When we got there the very first night, it seemed like a hidden treasure because of those narrow streets and local marrocan souk. First day we visited a lot of amazing places such as Majorelle Garden, which was my most favourite one. The heart of Marrakech known as a square of Jemaa el- Fnaa which has the most pulsing and buzzing atmosphere. There are all around local snake charmers and various artists among stands full of fresh orange juices and medjool dates. We visited the largest mosque Katoubia, incredibly beautiful palaces of Bahia and El Badi with its unique architecture. The Secret Garden and many other gorgeous places. We were strolling the town all day long, getting lost in the streets of Medina, which was so easy because the old town seemed like a huge labyrint to us. Drinking delicious marrocan tea, tasting tajine and couscous and encountering new situations out of ordinary, which built our unique marocain experience. The last day, we wanted to get out…

Roadtrippin’ in New Zealand

The farthest country I have ever travelled to is New Zealand. It was unforgettable experience and I still consider this voyage as my little travel gem. I have visited my sister, who had stayed there for about a year. I spent there two weeks. The best moments we lived through were when we set off for a roadtrip in the North Island for couple of days. Our aim was to reach the northernmost tip - Cape Reigna, where the Tasman sea and Pacific ocean meet. Without any plan where we'll spend the nights, but with a car, map and two backpacks. Adventurous free souls on the road. The very first stop I remember, that took my breath away was 90 Mile Beach, a costal beach with a wide stretch of white sand. We arrived there in the early morning, it was raining a bit, but the sun was about to unhidden itself from the clouds. Walking and appreciating this desert landscape, so peaceful and beautiful.   When we decided to go surfing down the dunes, it was the funniest moment of all. We rented surf boards and climbed on the tops of the dunes. Easy said than done. It was…