If summer, then holidays! Once you know that your time at a specific place is getting to the end, you try to discover just one more, one more, and one more place. All those cities you planned to visit, all those things you wanted to do but in the end, of course you didn’t have time … More Holiday time!
After a nice Couchsurfing experience in Bayonne – listening to The Police at a phonograph, checking out my host’s jukebox, collection of old posters, and talking about everything from the Hungarian festivals to Nagorno-Karabakh (South Caucasus) -, I headed to Marseille. As soon as the sun rose, I started hitchhiking: I had to, since I wanted … More Southwestern Adventures Vol. 4
I had already done Couchsurfing many times before, alone or with a friend, in different countries at different people’s place. When travelling alone, I always pay attention to choose hosts with at least 2-3 references and only positive ones. People say hitchhiking alone as a girl is extremely dangerous: well, I haven’t had problems with that … More Southwestern Adventures Vol. 3
The next destination was Donostia because once I was in the Pyrenees, why not to visit Spain as well. Honestly, I didn’t prepare much for this trip and this is why I was so confused when I saw Donostia from time to time on Couchsurfing or on road signs. Even so, I didn’t pay much attention to … More Southwestern Adventures Vol. 2