Category: wayfarer’s journal

Fort Monostor

May 1, 2020

On a sunny October morning – almost two years ago – I went on another family trip adventure with my father, brother and youngest sister. This time our aim was to further explore the northern part of Hungary, especially the historic 19th century Fort Monostor of Komárom – located on the right bank of the River Danube.

Zebegény

December 31, 2018

Back in September I went on a journey with my father. My aim was to further explore north of Budapest, mainly the picturesque historical town of Zebegény, located on the east bank of the river Danube and visiting the newly built lookout tower on the hilltop overlooking the breathtaking view of the Danube Bend.

Discovering Gregersen

January 2, 2018

Details of the Lónyay street Some of you already know that I have developed a genuine interest for Norway from the first time I witnessed her monumental elegance at a very early age. I have since been exploring different ways to broaden my knowledge on everything Norway-related. Last november I was fortunate enough to take…

Budapest

June 30, 2017

There is always something extraordinary in visiting the capital of my motherland, Budapest. You can feel this sensational vibration in the air when strolling around in the Castle District or just merely sitting by the bustling Kossuth Square and admiring the momentous structure of Parliament from afar with the beautiful view to the river Danube. By looking to either direction quiet but ancient history is what salutes you; to your left lies the leafy Margaret Island while to your right the overarching and notable Széchenyi Chain Bridge. The vivid and historic architecture follows your step whether you are at the Buda or Pest side.

Amidst the Fells and Dales

April 23, 2017

Once you wander amidst the fells and dales you realise soon enough that you are in a completely different world. The climate here oceanic thus it is unpredictable; in minutes it changes from a gently shining sun to rainy spells accompanied by strong gusts. The mist follows your hike on the rocky fell side through creeks and swampy marshland. This land recharges…