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Concert trips.

Concert trips.

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Oh we have so much to catch up on! A busy summer is over and after coming home from Scotland (stay tuned for the Scottish road-trip posts, I’ll get there), I want to recap it at least a little bit – starting with some more travels I did in July and August. With some planning ahead and booking tickets while there still were some, I got to visit a few very cool concerts …

The taste of summer.

The taste of summer.

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I have many great plans for this summer, but this year I’m not going for a two-weeks seaside holidays anywhere. So a long weekend on Brac island was the closest I got and once again, I fell in love with the Dalmatian coast. We stayed in Bol, but also took a boat ride to Hvar and Vis, visited Modra Špilja, Biševo and got to swim in unbelievable spots around the Dalmatian islands …

So long, Riva.

So long, Riva.

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I’ve learned that life has its own ways. Things will fall apart and fall together, only when the time is right. So it took me a bit longer to visit Riva again – but I always knew I’ll be back. This place is a dream, no pictures can do it justice. Besides being insanely photogenic, it’s also a perfect spot for an active holiday and we sure made the most out of our two-night stay …

Long weekends </br>in short.

Long weekends
in short.

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After celebrating my 30th b-day in Rome back in March, I got to enjoy in a couple of amazing weekend getaways in April and May. The weather in the past few months was not good, at all, but somehow we got lucky while staying in Croatian Istria and while exploring around Bovec. In Istria, we hiked around Cape Kamenjak, again (it’s my favorite place!) …

Pasta for a </br>b-day cake!

Pasta for a
b-day cake!

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I honestly wouldn’t mind! The amount of carbs I’ve had on our trip to Rome was pretty epic. I mean, when in Italy, any diet should really go out of the window. All that pasta, pizza, and ice cream are far too good not to enjoy it – however, on my birthday, I was surprised with a cake as well. I knew I wanted to make a leap into a new decade somewhere abroad traveling …

Rocky Capo Testa.

Rocky Capo Testa.

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While staying in Palau for our last few days in Sardinia, Capo Testa was definitely our favorite spot we visited around here. It’s the farthest point of Northeastern Sardinia and with clear weather, your sight can even reach Corsica. I read that it’s popular for its views and interesting hiking terrain – but you just don’t expect it to be so dramatic …