As a person who came back alive from Iceland, I can honestly say that there is a reason why Iceland is on very top of a lot of travelers places to visit list. It has so much to offer nature wise, that it is hard to believe that it is even true. But you cannot go to island unprepared. That is why I feel obligated to share my experience in Iceland – to help other travelers have a time of their lives.

I have to mention two things – first : as my Icelandic friend told us – most of the Icelanders travel with tents. So did we. And I understand why.  Second : It was late spring / early summer. But let’s start from the beginning, and I’ll explain why it matters.Read more

If you are looking to explore as much nature wonders as possible, Iceland is a place to go. In a relatively small area you can find volcanoes, waterfalls, snow covered mountains and hot rivers, geysers, black beaches and icebergs. Although it isn’t a cheap destination, not the place for inexperienced travelers.

As my friend from Iceland told us – best way to experience Iceland is to rent a car and go sightseeing, staying in the tents. Iceland is highly populated with campsites so camping isn’t a problem there. And that was exactly what we decided to do. First of all because staying in one place wasn’t an option, since we wanted to make the whole journey around Iceland, and second – renting a half decent room or a house is just super expensive.Read more

Since my resolutions are all done, I decided to take some time and look at my blog in 2016. I want to share some of my favourite moments on my blog from 2016 with you to remind what a great year it was. So here it is. p.s. I feel like this is a great opportunity to say thank you all the people who take my pictures, being very kind and putting up with my requests. Especially my boyfriend, who not only take me places, but also is patient enough to take pictures of me the way I want to. Cheers & love.Read more

Those of you who follow my Instagram account, probably noticed that I posted some pictures from Germany (and there will be more of those), so I went to Germany on a weekend. My boyfriend got this trip as a present from his office, so I joined in. There is a good Lithuanian expression, that goes like “you don’t look at the gifted horse’s teeth”, but since I payed for the horse, I will analyse it as much as I want. It was sightseeing tour on a bus, and yes, it isn’t my first option to travel like this, probably the one of the last I would say. I rather take a plain, a train, a car, or a cruise (even taken into consideration sea sickness), because boy, oh, boy that is some heavy duty, doc.Read more

For those of you who don’t know, I was born In Vilnius, and I’ve been living in Vilnius for my whole life. Vilnius, the capital of a country, called Lithuania, got it’s perks. And there are sure certain believes about people from Vilnius. But let me start at the beginning. One Friday evening I was sitting with my SO and my friend talking about travelling when one mentioned that I’ve been living in the same city for my whole life. I like to think of myself being pretty smart, but sometimes I am surprised by the obvious things I do not take time to figure out (like the time back in 2012 when I suddenly realised that Titanic is actually reference to Titans from Greek mythology). Then craziest thought just popped in my head – I should move somewhere. Same week, on Sunday, I packed my bags and was moving to… Read more

This post has been sitting in my drafts for quite a while, but I’ve been pretty busy with my work and life, so I decided to finish it now, while sitting at a coffee place and pretending to work. This is a look from few weeks back when visiting Nida, when it was still warm and nice outside. Honestly, can I complain a bit about this autumn weather? I wasn’t ready for this cold. I kind of hoped it won’t come until late November, and now I kind of wanna punch cold weather in a stomach. And you better not come to me telling how you love autumn. Seriously. I want summer back, and I might actually consider moving somewhere warmer. Like Brazil. Or Hawaii. Or Australia (they have summer coming in our winter right?). I probably should start saving money for that.Read more