If you face some issues with your landlord in Prague, even if you don’t know the local law and don’t speak Czech, there are few actions you can take. Of course, the first step will be to establish a dialogue with him. If the communication is really an issue as well, here are few other… Read More My landlord is cheeky, what can I do?
The idea came of rating landlords came with a conversation with one of my flatmates. I was then living in a flatshare of 6 people, including myself. The place looked like a loft, very nice. After few months, we started to see the bad side of it. The landlord was not responding to our repair… Read More Review your landlord: my own experience
After traveling all around North America and in Europe for the last 5 years, I recently discovered my pregnancy, and that was not something that was going to stop my travels. Not having your periods is the first sign to worry, they say. Well, I do use to worry a lot, so I waited even… Read More Traveling while being pregnant
One of my friends got married in the middle of a national park in France. As he knows about my nomad life, he told me a year in advance to make sure I’ll be there. Without really thinking how I would make it to destination, I only booked a flight ticket to Paris. Then, discussing… Read More Hitchhiking to a wedding
Czech Republic is an awesome country where you could stay for a couple weeks or more. There are areas outside of the capital that are really worth it. Most of the people know or want to get to know the capital though. Prague offer already a lot of possibilities over the weekend. Afterwards, the weekends… Read More Make the weekend a full week in Prague
A whole weekend off, with 25°C that feels like 35°C is planned ahead as the forecast says. Time for my friend and I to organise a hiking trip. Someone whispers our route go near the Narnia scene, a little bit of editing and we’re ready to go! The hike started very early with a train… Read More The route to Narnia