Dobogoko, the heart chakra of the world 

I heard so much stories about this place. I have been here a few times already. Dobogoko is a holiday village 25 km from Budapest to North-West. The name comes from Visegrádi Mountain’s and Danube-bend’s highest point, Dobogo-ko, at 633 m and has 133 inhabitants.          You can come here to walk, hike, ski…

Wine drinking in Villany, Hungary 

Villany is at South Hungary. Around 2/3 hours drive from Budapest. I am no doubt this is the best place for wine lovers. So peaceful, beautiful and their wines are just fantastic. Must visit!                                             

Get outside! Pentland Hills Regional Park – Edinburgh

  You wouldn’t believe this but just a wee bus ride ( or car ) and you can enjoy the beautiful nature in Edinburgh. The Pentland Hills Regional Park offers everything that you need when you had enough of the city life. Sculpted by glaciers and water, then shaped by people’s interactions over thousands of years, the…

Szentendre – A Day trip from Budapest

  Szentendre is just outside of Budapest. 20 km north of Budapest on Danube Bend.  The place of cobblestone street, churches, museums and art galleries. Just need to catch HÈV train from Margit Hid. It takes 40 min and around £5 return ticket. When I’ve got there I just walked into the centre. The village…

Killing time at the airport 

  I love travel that includes spending lots of time at airports. I have to admit I don’t mind it at all. I love airports. Something about them it’s really mystery. Those many different people spending hours together in one place without even notice it. Airport is the ultimate best place for people watching. That’s…

Painting Easter Egg 

That’s a very old tradition to paint Easter eggs. It’s a female job at Easter time. Every girl making beautiful eggs for the boys when they are coming on Easter Monday to ‘watering them”. Yes. They do. This is goes back time years and years ago….there’s the explanation of it, it’s just too funny… “Traditionally on…

Easter tradition in Hungary 

For the real Hungarian Easter the table is full with tradition Easter food. It’s nothing else then Ham with some cooked eggs, radish, pepper, spring onions and a braided Easter loaf. The accompaniments include mustard, radishes, and young onions. “No Easter meal is complete without ham,” according to tradition. Back in time, years and years ago the ham and…