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In Photos: Oslo's Vigeland Sculpture Park

The Vigeland's Sculpture Park in Oslo, Norway is a part of the Frogner Park and is the largest sculpture park in the world by one artist. It's one of the country's most popular attractions and open all year round to both locals and visitors. The 212 (I counted but I ...

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Video: Niagara Falls and my new love for GoPro

So here in this post I present to you my first Go Pro Video and I hope it's the first of many (it won't be but we will see!). As soon as I found out about the Go Pro,  I knew I had to get one and I'm glad I ...

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Coron or El Nido? Where to go in Palawan, Philippines?

Summer has come to the Philippines and it's not going anywhere anytime soon. When I think about where I can enjoy the sun and go for a paradise escape in the Philippines, the first thing that comes to my mind is Palawan. Oh beautiful and majestic Palawan! Trust me, it's ...

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How To Save Money To Travel The World

I have been gone from Traveling Miss Lazy blog (again) not because I was lazy (believe me), but because of the complete opposite, I was working a lot and hard to save money for traveling. I could travel on a tight budget for as long as I can but the ...

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A couple of painted old tanks are displayed in front of the 'Mother of Motherland'.

Miss Lazy in Kiev, Ukraine

We arrived in Kiev in the morning by an overnight train from Lviv. It was a long train ride and throughout the journey I slept, got woken up, slept, got woken up and slept until I had to wake up and get off the train. It was very cold, like ...

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In Photos: Oslo’s Vigeland Sculpture Park

The Vigeland’s Sculpture Park in Oslo, Norway is a part of the Frogner Park and is the largest sculpture park in the world by one artist. It’s one of the country’s most popular attractions and open all year round to both locals and visitors. The 212 (I counted but I could also be lying) sculptures […]

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Video: Niagara Falls and my new love for GoPro

So here in this post I present to you my first Go Pro Video and I hope it’s the first of many (it won’t be but we will see!). As soon as I found out about the Go Pro,  I knew I had to get one and I’m glad I did. I absolutely love that […]

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Coron or El Nido? Where to go in Palawan, Philippines?

Summer has come to the Philippines and it’s not going anywhere anytime soon. When I think about where I can enjoy the sun and go for a paradise escape in the Philippines, the first thing that comes to my mind is Palawan. Oh beautiful and majestic Palawan! Trust me, it’s paradise. Palawan is no doubt […]

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How To Save Money To Travel The World

How To Save Money To Travel The World

I have been gone from Traveling Miss Lazy blog (again) not because I was lazy (believe me), but because of the complete opposite, I was working a lot and hard to save money for traveling. I could travel on a tight budget for as long as I can but the money I need to spend […]

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Miss Lazy in Kiev, Ukraine

We arrived in Kiev in the morning by an overnight train from Lviv. It was a long train ride and throughout the journey I slept, got woken up, slept, got woken up and slept until I had to wake up and get off the train. It was very cold, like it always had been since […]

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The Dead Sea Experience

I’ve known about the Dead Sea since I was very young from a book which I loved reading and looking at because I was an “intelligent” kid. It took me just two decades later to finally see it in reality and tested, in a very painful way, if it really was salty as the book […]

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Top 10 Reasons For Traveling

Many of us who travel do so with a lot of different reasons. May it be because of something as deep as the need to reflect on someone’s life or just simply because of a last minute decision for ‘There was nothing else to do’, ‘The wife made me do it‘ or ‘It was a […]

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So there goes my January 2014!

It’s February and I’ve got mixed feelings now that January has come to an end. First, it feels like it has gone too fast and it has been a month already since Wayne and I left England. Wow, that was one month already? I’m sure it was just 2013 yesterday! Everyone’s getting old too fast […]

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8 Reasons to Visit Jordan

I recently stumbled upon a survey on a flight magazine asking Europeans, ‘Where do you go for the winter sun?’, or something like that. I was disappointed, but not shocked, when 0% of the people from the UK chose Jordan as their destination to seek a sunny vacation. Little is known about this country and […]

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The Pros and Cons of Hostel Life

For more than seven years of traveling, hostels have been a huge part of my traveling life and if I would count (but I wouldn’t because it would be ridiculously hard and probably useless) how many nights I’ve spent sleeping in them, I’d come up with over a thousand (not kidding). Putting all the nights […]

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