Monday, 13 January 2014


Every departure on a new journey creates a sense of positive thrill. It’s like you know what to expect, but realistically, have no clue until all the beautiful or even ugly things happen to you. That's where I went to, a brand new journey – writing a blog. I have no idea how it will all turn out, I still haven’t mastered some technical details regarding writing a blog. But, what’s important is that I want to share my valuable travel experience. Also, I want to open some new topics and finally, to give you advice on how to organize a trip tailored just for you.
The blog is initially displayed in the language spoken in the former Yugoslavia (mix of Serbian, Croatian, Montenegrin and Bosnian). Now you can read it in English language. Just click on ENGLISH VERSION on blogs menu bar.
My Way Trip Guide is primarily intended for people with adventurous spirit, eager to acquire new knowledge which doesn’t recognize borders, because the trip doesn’t recognize borders. There is no place on our "little planet" that can’t be visited. Some are less attractive, some are more attractive; safe, dangerous, rich, poor... it all depends on how they are shown. There are very beautiful places, attractive, interesting, but known only to a few people. These are the places which are away from the usual tourist routes. Is it possible to visit such places? - Of course it is. It’s one of the blog’s ideas.  People should learn about such sites and include them in their journeys. Travel agencies offer the usual routes.  What about the places in the vicinity of these routes, which can be more attractive, more beautiful… but unattainable, because you have to follow limited schedules and your group, which can be tiring. The essence of a travel is that it doesn’t need to have boundaries. Everyone should tailor a trip according to their desire. My aim is to show you that a trip doesn’t know borders – through my travel stories, valuable advices, modes of travel, interesting destinations for which many haven`t heard, about new forms of tourism, etc. They can be much cheaper and nicer than those offered to you on every corner – and tailored just for you.
Another idea of this blog is to engage all those who have something to say or ask about the travel by writing a comment. This will open up new topics and extend knowledge.
You will be able to read about destinations I have visited in the last few years, and all that my way. Upcoming stories about trips in: Iceland, Morocco, England, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark.
Here are some of my photos from these trips and a hint of what you can see in this blog:

Hverir Geothermal field, Iceland

Bath, England

Atlas Mountain, Morocco

Essaouira, Morocco

Cliffs of Moher, Republic of Ireland

Hverfjall volcano, Iceland

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