POLAND: Exploring the chambers and saline corridors of the Wieliczka Salt Mine

Magical. Mysterious. Absolutely impressive! These are words I’d use again and again to describe the Wieliczka Salt Mine, a UNESCO World Cultural & Natural Heritage Site located in the town of Wieliczka in Southern Poland. Salt deposits in the mine began to form 13.6 million years ago, and the first shafts were dug during the … More POLAND: Exploring the chambers and saline corridors of the Wieliczka Salt Mine

Kutná Hora: The UNESCO World Heritage Site with the medieval feels

Woot! It’s Maerose again, writing a quick entry before I head out to the rest of this beautiful Thursday! 😉 Here’s the continuation of my trip to the ancient city of Kutná Hora, located in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. Last time, I wrote about the Church of Bones, with interiors filled with … More Kutná Hora: The UNESCO World Heritage Site with the medieval feels

Bedazzling Belgium: Of waffles and fries and the Belgian Beer Weekend (Part 2)

Woot! Maerose here, reporting from my little room here in rainy Norway! 😉 I’m currently waiting for my kursbevis (course certificate) from Folkeuniversitet, i.e., after finishing my Norwegian online course level B1. Deep in my heart, I know that the key to speaking a foreign language fluently is confidence. But coming from a country where … More Bedazzling Belgium: Of waffles and fries and the Belgian Beer Weekend (Part 2)