After doing a very brief research (google images) on the things to do in Stavanger and seeing all the amazing pictures of the cliffs; I just knew I had to do them! A long weekend in Stavanger seemed like enough time for a hike or two. Preikestolen or also called the Pulpit Rock was the closest one.
A 604 meters high steep cliff formed by melting glaciers at the end of the Ice Age. Now, claimed to be one of the Norway’s most famous mountain hikes. Unsurprisingly, as it offers a truly breathtaking view over the Lysefjord. Mother nature, I bow to you.
Wedding is a BIG day. Not every day you decide to spent the rest of your life with one person. It takes a lot of time, effort and money to plan the perfect day. Celebrated across the world, weddings differ from country to country. From old traditions to new additions. Polish weddings are certainly one of the most fun events to attend. Filled with traditional Polish food, vodka, games and a lot more! Here's ten top reasons what makes a Polish wedding so special.
In the early 20th century, Kosovo was integrated into Serbia. Following years of conflict and war, Kosovo finally declared its independence and become a separate country in February 2008. However, Serbia did not recognise Kosovo’s independence. In fact, to this day, Serbia considers Kosovo to be part of their country. For these reasons, the authorities in Serbia don’t recognise border crossing points from Kosovo to be approved ‘international’ crossing points. This causes a lot of difficulties for travellers when entering Serbia from Kosovo. If you're thinking of visiting both countries, it's best to plan your journey in advance.
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