When we used to be kids and watching this in TV, all we know that we wanted to go under this tower one day to understand what is it to make it so special, Many years later, standing under this magnificent tower today makes us realise it was a goal in life that we accomplished and that dreams are the one that we see with open eyes!

The Jurassic Coast in the UK truly is one of the most incredible places to visit. I hiked parts of it in April. Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove offer some of the most beautiful views I’ve ever seen in the UK. I was left in awe of the sea, cliffs and beach views. Sometimes visiting a new city, town, village in your home country can leave you feeling grateful.

You‘re interested in lifting weights? then you should hit up gold‘s gym! the place where Arnold Schwarzenegger trained for years. you can even see some athletes from today there. 40$ for one day of training is a bit expensive tho!

I went to Malawi in 2010, to volunteer. It’s one of my favourite countries to visit. It’s known as the 'warm heart of Africa’. I remember the views, the lake, swimming in that lake every day before working in a medical clinic. My love for Africa will never fade.

A hike to the hut is an absolute highlight and shows the breathtaking beauty of Switzerland. Once you arrive at the hut, you can recharge your batteries with a classic fondue before returning to the valley on a sleigh. A special fun is the descent with a sleigh at night 😅

Beautiful views over the Baltic Sea Basin, coming into Copenhagen this afternoon.

It’s been 10 years since I was in Zanzibar. The island is a clash of sounds, colours and smells all at once. I’ve been to Africa a few times, this island feels me with such nostalgia and happy memories. 2009

Cronulla beach is beautiful. Cronulla is derived from an Aboriginal word kurranulla, meaning 'place of pink seashells. I loved visiting this beach during my time in Australia. This was my second visit and I adored being away from the busy beaches at Bondi and Coogee. 2017.

I firmly believe that going away on your own does wonders for your own personal growth and learning. It’s facing the fear that can rise within. Amsterdam was a truly wonderful little mini break away, on my own, taking in the sights, history and culture. I loved it. 2016.

I live in Norwich, a city on the east coast of England. What’s I like more than anything is going to the Norfolk Coast. Whilst the North Sea isn’t particularly warm, I love the beaches and the views. I took this photo at the weekend 13.1.2019. Moody skies. meets the fields and the impressive lighthouse.