The rain that we did not have in Bergen was waiting for us in Jotunheimen National Park. On our arrival day, we still had nice weather, and were even camping in the wild on the outskirts of the park. After that, however, the floodgates of heaven opened. Continue reading Jotunheimen, the National Park of Rain
Bergen ist known to be the rain captial of Norway (if not the whole world). During my stay this year, however, I was exceptionally lucky with the weather. Continue reading Bergen, the City of Rain?
On very short notice, a group of friends an me went to Istria over the weekend on occassion of a stag party. On our way back, we stopped at the (rather short) Adriatic coast of Slovenia, and visited the picturesque city of Piran. Continue reading Slovenia’s Gateway to the Adriatic Sea
From Kotor, I joined a kayak tour on the Rijeka Crnojevića organized by Kayak Montenegro. Continue reading Kayak Montenegro, or: Never be bored!
My guide book does not really promote the Montenegrin capital very well. However, as I passed through for the third time, I decided it was time for a short stroll through the city. So, I spent just over two hours exploring Podgorica. Continue reading Europe’s Least Interesting Capital
My last stop in the Montenegrin mountains was in Plav, amidst the Prokletije mountains. Continue reading All good Mountains come in Threes