First of all, Happy New Year!! New Year is time for a reflection. Time to think what we achieve and what was left to be done, time to see what we can still improve. Time for new resolutions. 2015 was a long (but quick) year for me. A year where I traveled to places where … Continue reading 2015 Review
Hello travelers! A lot of things have been happening on board, which leaves me with some difficulty in keeping the blog updated. (Sorry about that!) But let me start from the beginning! It has been already 12 weeks in a row that the Danube river has it water level lower than usual. This affects not … Continue reading Low Water
From wherever I will depart and wherever I will go, if there's something that I cannot leave behind is how much I hate goodbyes. I hate them! Somehow, they always leave me nostalgic, with saudade, with an empty space, with the feeling that something was left to say or do and that I have to … Continue reading Exploring
Oh Vienna, I was missing you! Another season has started and here I am, in Wien, getting ready for it. This time, to arrive here, I flew with Brussels Airlines, a member of Star Alliance, like TAP Portugal, but unlike this last one, Brussels Airlines don't have meals on board for Light & Relax Package … Continue reading Mom, Dad, I’m here!
Back to the cruises, our last stop was in Budapest. After two days of intense work between landing and boarding, new faces to meet and a city to visit, we sailed towards Bratislava, in Slovakia. This is, unfortunately, one of the few cities in this itinerary, where there is not a single photograph of my … Continue reading Sailing
A new season is coming and with it many preparations as well. Among the winter part-time, there is the passport renewal, the documents' checklists, and more paperwork to deal with. I know I've short delay, but the share is being updated. Enjoy your journeys, Beatrice. Um nova temporada está a chegar e com ela muitos … Continue reading New Season is coming
Belgrade is the first major city I've visited. Here, all the boats have port control and all passports are stamped when entering and exiting. If we want to shop in Belgrade, is better to change some money, because after the Leu of Romania and Bulgarian Leva, are the Serbian Dinars. The first time I visited Belgrade, I was … Continue reading Belgrade