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Shepherd’s pie – the English/Irish delicacy a little differently

I wanted to share my shepherd’s pie recipe for some time now, but somehow I always put it aside. Now though it has become quite topical because of my fast-approaching trip to England.   It’s an English / Irish hot-pot Read more…


Dachstein Krippenstein – snowshoeing in the Alps next to Hallstatt

If you are visiting Hallstatt, you may want to spend some time outside the village too. During our short 2 day visit, besides the village, the Unesco World Heritage Viewpoint and the  salt mine we also conquered the top of Read more…


Hallstatt and its surroundings – 6 must-see attractions

The small picturesque village of Hallstatt can be familiar to many, at least from photos or postcards. This settlement in Austria deserves to be called the gem of the Alps. From Hungary it can be reached by car in a Read more…


Hallstatt – the viewpoint and the salt mine

Hallstatt, the surrounding mountains and a huge, deep-blue lake must be seen from above! And the most suitable place for this is the skywalk bridge built on the hill behind the village and the triangular lookout viewpoint at its end. Read more…


Hallstatt – the gem of the Austrian Alps

We don’t always have to cross an ocean to find magical places and relax for a second. In Europe, not too far from my home, there are plenty of wonderful things to see. One of them is Hallstatt that I’ve Read more…


Dune du Pilat – practical information

I’ve promised my two wonderful friends that my first entry would be made of this special place in France. Well, here are some useful information about sand-monster of Europe.   Bordeaux is clearly famous for its red wines around the Read more…


Quiche, the French salty pie

I’ve been to France many times and I literally fell in love with their salty pie, in French: quiche. This pie can be made in many different variations and can be  consumed hot or cold, basically any time of the Read more…


7 things not to miss at Dune du Pilat

  There are many things that the dune and its surroundings are offering, but I’m only going to share the things I experienced in the limited two days we spent there (not just on my own skin…) 1. Climb the Read more…