Probably one of my best summers was in 2007, spent in the United States of America. Back then, I did a work and travel programme which was more focused on work but included some travels, too. The whole experience was supercharged with difficulties, adjusting of habits, measure units, and dealing with a long-distance relationship. I […]

Back in the summer of 2007, while I was working in the United States of America, for 3 ½ months I had plenty of opportunities to visit Atlantic City. The Small Vegas, as it is known, was just an hour away from the small island town where I used to do my daily routines. Therefore, […]

Today’s blog post is a guest post by James Horner. He will tell us about his 8,000-mile trip around the U.S. Jim lives in Montana, is fond of nature and being outdoors, and loves writing about it. To read more about his story, check out his website at Dig and Flow. – Svet I hadn’t planned […]

The Big Apple. New Amsterdam. The Capital of the World. Gotham. The City So Nice They Named it Twice. New York – a city of superlatives. I remember the first time I saw the skyscrapers of the New York Times (I remember it so vividly because it was the first real skyscraper I have seen). I had to […]

We quickly forget how American Airlines has landed us at Miami International as soon as we step out of the airport to search for a taxi that is large enough to fit four people with six suitcases. – “May you take us to the Fontainebleau hotel?” we cheerfully chirp to the driver. – “Of course, […]