Initially I never thought of sharing Mila’s birth story on the blog. However, I enjoy reading other blogger’s pregnancy updates and birth stories so I decided to share my experience with you. Looking back and comparing my two deliveries – I can say that they were both very different. This second delivery was so much […]
When in December 2015 I published this post, I conscientiously missed one more very important reason which is preventing me to post regularly on the blog. Out of superstition I decided not to share on my blog that I am pregnant and expecting my second child. I love reading pregnancy posts that other women publish […]
One of the things i enjoy doing in my free time is reading books. I usually read on the train when traveling to and from work, and in the evenings after we put our daughter to bed. I usually say that I don’t have enough time to read books, but the truth is that sometimes […]
When we visited Oregon for the first time in May 2014, we were so impressed by its beautiful nature. We visited the coast (Cannon Beach) we were fascinated by the infinite beach and the rocks, scattered in the ocean. In 2014 we also visited and the picturesque Columbia River Gorge and its waterfalls. We knew […]
The island of Antigua is famous with its 365 beaches – one for each day of the year. I am not sure if that is in fact true, but all beaches on Antigua are open to the public. The idea of Antigua in my mind was of a paradise-like exotic island. We wanted to see […]
White Rock is a small coastal town in the Canadian province of British Columbia. It is located 7 km north-west of the Canadian-American Border. It is named after a white boulder on the beach. This granite boulder has migrated south during the last glaciation. It is painted once a month to keep its color white.
When we decided that we are going to visit Cancun for our beach vacation in 2014, we have no idea in which hotel to stay. I didn’t know what kind of hotels were there. I just knew that we need to be in a nice 5 star hotel, because this is very important when you […]
The stories about pirates in the Caribbean and rich Europeans, who were sent to unknown lands to manage trading companies and banks probably originated from islands like St. Thomas and its capital city Charlotte Amalie. In 1691 the town was named after the wife of the Danish King Christian V and in its early days […]
I continue sharing our impressions from our first cruise. You can read part 1 of this post here.
Although I did a lot of research on cruising, I couldn’t fully understand it until I experienced it. It is a different type of travelling and I had so many questions to which I couldn’t get clear answers.