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I was caught in a circus show, where the bus driver was the director, whipping the audience into place, making them jump through hoops in order to be seated on a tiny pedestal. The hoops were the baggage regulations and the mood was rather sour. Germans can be quite strict and that includes bus travel […]
The pavements are cracking, the houses are crumbling and graffiti covers plenty a facade. Bulgaria isn’t a country that can be described as beautiful at first glance. Maybe not even at second but once you get past the flawed first impression, there is a gem waiting to be discovered. But doing a Bulgaria roadtrip is […]
With zero driving experience but a hundred percent travel determination, I rely on public transport to get from A to B. So when I hit ground in Bulgaria, I naturally inquired how I would get around. Turns out travelling Bulgaria by busis quite easy. But not entirely without the occasional challenge.
There is no way, I will at one point start liking the Tokyo Transport system any time soon. I am utterly disappointed, shaking my head as I am writing this. Did you know that in Japan’s capital there is not only the metro and rail company but also several private rail lines connecting different places […]