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    2017 Travel Summary

    Since we haven’t summed up our travel highlights from 2017 yet, we thought it was high time to publish our travel summary before we start with this year’s travels. So here it goes, these were our 2017 travels:

    January – Gdansk

    January started with a weekend to Gdansk, actually by chance. The lot fell on Gdansk when Yasmin were browsing through the offers on travel portal Travelbird. She found a deal that included flight tickets, two nights at a 4-star hotel, breakfast buffet and private transfer for only 1500 SEK per person – but more so, it was the possibility to experience a less classical weekend destination that made her click the BUY-button. Located only one hour away from Stockholm by plane, Gdansk attracted her with great food for low-cost, amazing Christmas lightnings and the opportunity to hang out and eat long hotel breakfasts at the newly opened design Hotel Sadova.

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    The Christmas Lightning at Oliwa Park is an absolute MUST if you’re in Gdansk during Christmas time.

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    Fantastic dinner at Goldwasser with their traditional 40-percent Goldwasser liqueur with real 23-carat gold flakes – a great ending to a really good restaurant experience! 

    Hotel Sadova definitely was a part of shaping her Gdansk experience. The design hotel opened in June 2016, and is located 7 minutes from the city center. The hotel gave a fresh impression; combining industrial  and modern interior with facilities like an indoor pool, sauna and an attractive bar. 

    Curious about visiting Gdansk? Read:
    3 Reasons to Visit Gdansk, Poland
    Introducing Hotel Sadova: A brand new 4-star design hotel in Gdansk

    February – Riga

    After only a month into the new year, we had already transformed into Zombie-mode  – and desperate times calls for desperate measures! Since we got a deluxe cruise from Tallink Silja when we won the Newcomers 2016-award at Nordic Travel Blog Event, we decided to use it to go to Riga for a quick spa weekend at ESPA Riga. Tallink’s followers were also able to follow us throughout our trip since we did an Instagram-takeover for them – we hope they enjoyed it!

    Read about our spa weekend in Riga here.

    Yasmin’s favorite spa is located in the heart of Riga, on the 6th floor of Radisson Blu Hotel Latvija. She has a yearly tradition to go there with two of her closest friends to get rid of all kinds of ache and misery, and it works like a charm.

    Myttinge cottage in Stockholm Archipelago

    February also called for a weekend at Myttinge cottage in Värmdö for a couple of relaxing days filled with long walks, drinking coffee in the sun, ice bathing, sauna and eating lots of food. Värmdö is located about 50 minutes by car from Stockholm city, a perfect distance when you’re in the mood for a “mini-getaway”. The interior in the cabin is, along with the beautiful view, is a strong reason why we keep going back (the cabin has even  been on the cover of Swedish Elle Interior).

    Myttinge Värmdö We are Nodes Although Myttinge is cosy in the winter as well, these pictures are from our autumn stay, just to give you an idea of how idyllic this place really is! A more detailed blog post about our first stay in the cabin (our traditional siblings-getaway) can be found here. Please note that the prices have gone up since our last visit to the cabin. Email dennyshouse[at]hotmail.com for reservations.

    March, April, May

    Since March, April, May were busy working months with not much room for travelling, one of our favourite weekend activities was to try out new restaurants in our hometown Stockholm instead. A couple of our favourite restaurant experiences included the (then) newly opened Paraden (the owners Bockholmengruppen, also stand behind the popular restaurants Nybrogatan 38, Nytorget 6 and Österlånggatan 17), the rollerskating & burger restaurant Rowlers n Bowlers in Huddinge and the New York inspired restaurant ART at Döbelnsgatan 45.

    Read our first impressions here:
    Welcome to Paraden
    Date Night at Rowlers n Bowlers in Haninge

    ART stockholm restaurantART stockholm restaurant 1The entrance to ART is an art gallery (the paintings are actually for sale). In order to get in to the restaurant you need to press the big red button. 

    Paraden’s concept is actually pretty cool; it’s built inside an old movie theater from 1932 and has kept a lot of details that will remind you of its history. The theater seating behind me (in the picture above) is just an example.

    Take the commuter train about 20 minutes from Stockholm city, and walk right into an American diner. What makes Rollers n Bowlers in Haninge Centrum so unique is not necessarily the diner itself, but their bowling alley and roller skating rink which makes the venue optimal for a full-blown American teenage date night.

    June – Madrid

    In the beginning of June Sheida went for a weekend to Madrid to visit some of her friends from her study abroad semester in the Netherlands. Her weekend in Madrid can be summarized; tapas, sangria, a heat wave, the search for the perfect risotto and… Ansel Elgort.

    Read: 4 favourite places in Madrid

    Drinks at Círculo de Bellas Artes. The terasse is part of the cultural house with the same name and has a very photo-friendly panoramic view of Madrid.

    This risotto did unfortunately not make it to the risotto toplist, but the restaurant, Whitby, got an A for ambiance and people watching!

    The Ultimate Bachelorette Party in Stockholm

    In June, we also helped planning the most epic Bachelorette Party in Stockholm for one of our childhood friends who was getting married in July. If you are in need for inspiration or in the midst of planning a bachelorette party make sure to read our post “3 activities for the Ultimate Bachelorette Party“. Some of our stops during the day included spa at Clarion Sign where we had our own bridal suite to get changed and drink champagne, a pre party with a suprise guest at a hotel suite at Scandic Angalis and a dinner that was everything but calm at Ochaya, the “restaurant within the restaurant” at Kasai (which later turns into a nightclub).  A dinner here is the perfect choice for anything worth a celebration!

    If you are keeping the table after dinner we recommend booking at a Saturday, both the dinner shows and the crowd will (in our experience) be better on Saturdays.

    Palma, Mallorca

    In June, Yasmin went on a weekend to Palma and visited a lot of the recommended places from our Palma-guide that Sheida wrote for Travellink in 2016 (read the Swedish version on Travellink’s blog or the English guide here). She also stayed at the incredible Hotel Saratoga which is conveniently located in the center of Palma with it’s own rooftop pool.

    Read more about her Palma weekend:
    A Palma weekend in 26 photos
    Review of 4-star Hotel Saratoga, Palma de Mallorca

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     The rooms at Hotel Saratoga were overall a pleasure to stay in!          The food at the Japanese restaurant Tahini is delicious; do not to miss the veal and truffle sushi and the salmon sashimi.

    No Palma holiday is complete without a pool day at Puro Beach. The beach club opened 2005 by the Swedish entrepreneur Mats Wahlström as a complement to the concept hotel Puro Hotel

    July – Sailing in Croatia

    In July Sheida went to Croatia for a week of sailing in the beautiful Adriatic coast with Loving Sailing. Travelling in Croatia by boat was a fantastic experience and so was sailing! There is just something magical about being out on the ocean and seeing dolphins swimming in the wild, setting anchor and sleep in some small bay with the clearest turquoise water and meeting people from all around the world. This year Loving Sailing is organizing yet another girl’s sailing trip to Greece, so if you have the chance you should really sign up for the trip – it’s bound to be epic!

    we are nodes sail week croatiaSailing Croatia SailweekThe sailing crew in Hvar. Photo by: Tatiana Boret- Olsson

    sail yacht week croatia loving sailing we are nodessail yacht week croatia loving sailing we are nodes2yacht week croatia sail we are nodes 1Sailing is also a great way to experience more of the country you are visiting. During our week we sailed from Trogir to Solta – Stari Gard – Hvar, Komiža – Vis – Šćedro – Hvar (Palmižana) before going back to Trogir. One week felt A LOT longer because everyday we went to a new place and experienced something completely new! We also got a chance to see many beautiful bays and places which would be difficult to explore if we weren’t travelling by boat.

    Watch our video from sail week in Croatia here:

    Visiting Sweden’s first Hobbit Hotel

    Another highlight from July was when we visited Sweden’s first Hobbit Hotel and interviewed the owner and entrepreneur Fredrik Sandell. Even though we had seen pictures of the Hobbit hotel before we visited, we both were surprised about the striking resemblance when we arrived. It’s almost unreal to see a full-scale replica of the Baggins house in the middle of a residential area in Stockholm. The doors opened in June 2017, but the Bed and Breakfast has already been featured in Swedish local TV (Nyhetsmorgon) and newspapers. And – to the owner Fredrik Sandell’s big surprise – without any real marketing efforts from their side, visitors from all over the world have started to find their way to Sweden’s first Hobbit Hotel.

    Read about our grand tour at Sweden’s first Hobbit Hotel here. 

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    Fredrik Sandell, the owner of Sweden’s first Hobbit Hotel. 

     We were happy to be among the first ones to visit Sweden’s first Hobbit Hotel.

    Watch our vlog from the Hobbit Hotel here:

    July-August – Balkan Roadtrip

    In July-August Yasmin went on a 16 day long Balkan roadtrip with her boyfriend through Montenegro, Albania and Greece. One day they were rafting in the world’s second deepest canyon and the next they were drinking home-made rakija with an 85-year-old uncle in a guest house in the village of Godinje in one of Montenegro’s many national parks. 

    Read her extensive Roadtrip guides with everything you need to know about road tripping in Montenegro and Albania:
    Balkan Tour 2017: Route, budget & practical tips for road tripping in Montenegro & Albania
    Balkan Tour 2017: Budva – Montenegro’s Miami 
    Balkan Tour 2017: Rafting in Tara River Canyon, Montenegro

    Blue Eye AlbaniaThe Blue Eye in Albania.
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    Coffee with a view in Tara River Canyon, the world’s second deepest canyon.

    Tara Rafting We are NodesThe highlight from Yasmin’s Balkan roadtrip was rafting in Tara River Canyon. The wetsuit protected large parts of the body from the cold water but not the arms – which is why everyone in the picture are holding their arms up so that they wouldn’t get a shock from the cold temperature.

    The story of how Yasmin and her boyfriend ended up at the crazy beach club Ploce when they were actually headed to Hawaii (an island in Budva) for a calm afternoon of sunbathing is actually quite funny. Read more about it in her Budva-guide here

    August – Weekend at Steam Hotel, Västerås

    What better way to start the new semester than with a weekend to the newly opened Steam Hotel in Västerås? The hotel is located a one hour drive from Stockholm and suits well for a weekend getaway. One of our favourite things with Steam Hotel was the spa area Voltage Lounge and the heated outdoor pool on floor 7 which is open all year round. Read our review here.

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    Steam Hotel is still a very new hotel, it opened in August 1st 2017.

    August – Finland

    In August we also visited our mum’s hometown Pori, in Finland, for a family reunion with our relatives on our mother’s side. It was nice to come back to Finland for a couple of days of sauna, traditional Finnish food and of course eating Tiikeri-ice cream at the Pellehermanin park.

    October – Cavtat & Dubrovnik, Croatia

    In October Yasmin went on a weekend to Cavtat & Dubrovnik. Her long weekend in Croatia at the end of October offered sunshine, a magical cliff side bar and lots of seafood! She stayed at a hotel in a small town called Cavtat which is less than 10 minutes by car from Dubrovnik Airport. Apart from spending one full day in Dubrovnik where she went by boat (which took about 1 hour each direction) she just took it easy, read books and even went on Aqua-Zumba (did we mention that she just turned 30 hehe?!) 

    Buza is a “hole in the wall” bar that can not be missed if you are in Dubrovnik! We can imagine that it is quite crowded here in the summer, but when Yasmin visited the bar off-season it was easy to find a good table without any hassle and enjoy this amazing view.

    sushi oyster bar cavtatIf you love sushi & oysters we would recommend a lunch at Sushi & Oyster Bar in Dubrovnik! The food, wine and the service was very good during our visit, which compensates for the higher price level compared to many other places in Croatia. The restaurant is centrally located in the old town of Ul. od Pustijerne, 20000 (near the cathedral).

    December – Interrail trip through the UK with Europarunt.se

    One of the best trips of the year was definitely our “off season” Interrail trip (or should we say Winterrail) through the UK that we did in collaboration with Europarunt.se. Going on a eurotrip in the winter might sound quite odd, but it’s actually something that we can really recommend! Not only is it much less crowded on the trains, the Interrail passes costs less off season, and we never had to reserve a single train seat during our entire trip (meaning: we could be more flexible and also spend money on far funnier things than train reservations!)

    We started our trip from London and then took the train through York, Glasgow, Loch Ness and Edinburgh. We and visited countless Christmas markets, crowded pubs, magical winter landscapes in the countryside and not to forget; stayed a night at the Dungeon suite at one of the world’s 25 most haunted hotels!

    Read about each of our stops & our Interrail summary here:
    Interrail Stop 1: London
    Interrail Stop 2: York
    Interrail Stop 3: Glasgow
    Interrail Stop 4: Loch Ness
    Interrail Stop 5: Edinburgh
    Interrail Stop 6: Dalhousie Castle, Edinburgh
    Summary of our Interrail trip (Including Budget, Route and Practical Tips)

    kilmichael bed _ breakfast loch ness1Visiting Loch Ness was a dream come true and staying at Kilmichael b&b where the lovely owner Charlotte worked was a big reason for why Loch Ness has become one of our best travel experiences ever! If you are planning to visit Loch Ness, Kilmichael is the place to stay at! 

    One of our most memorable memories from our Interrail trip was staying a night at the Dungeon Suite at Dalhousie Castle, one of the world’s 25 most haunted hotels. Did we see a ghost or experience anything paranormal? Read our post to find out!

    Have you ever been to any of these places and what are your travel plans for 2018? 


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    Tillbaka till Balkan!

    Skrivet av Yasmin

    Även om jag fortfarande kan leva på minnena från sommarens Balkanroadtrip, så skadar det ju knappast att fylla på med en ny dos av Balkanenergi. På torsdag går därför flyget mot Dubrovnik där jag och mamma ska spendera en weekend och livsnjuta, läsa böcker och äta skaldjur. Vårt hotell ligger i närliggande staden Cavtat som enligt research ska vara lite lugnare men Dubrovnik ligger på en båtfärds avstånd så förhoppningsvis hinner vi utforska båda städerna. Peppen!

    Här är några bilder från mitt senaste besök i Kroatien (Hvar, juli 2014). Resan som internt gick under namnet “Man får göra precis som man vill” och som innehåller alltför många anekdoter och roliga historier som inte riktigt kan listas här… 🙂

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    Jag och Sheida har även levlat upp planeringen inför vinterns interrailresa med Europarunt och bokat upp allt från mystiska slottsövernattningar i Skottland till middagsställen i London. Ser verkligen fram emot att ladda upp med julstämning på ett helt nytt sätt!


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    Guide: Segla i Kroatien

    Skrivet av: Sheida

    Efter en veckas segling längs den kroatiska kusten kan jag med enkelhet konstatera att; 1. Livet på båt är bättre & 2. Glöm charter och hotell – att segla genom semestern är det enda rätta! För alla som är sugna på att upptäcka Kroatien med båt kommer här en guide för hur en typisk vecka ute på havet kan se ut:

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    Loving Sailing

    Jag åkte med det nystartade företaget Loving Sailing som drivs av Sofie Johansson som har varit charterskeppare sedan 12 år och visste alla guldkorn i Kroatien. Jag valde att åka på “Tjejsegling” där vi var totalt 10 st tjejer på båten, inklusive skepparen. Priset för en vecka (exklusive flyg) var 8495 kr + 2000 kr till en gemensam sjökassa som gick till mat (frukost & lunch), hamnavgifter etc.

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    Menågra av tjejerna från Loving Sailing på den vackra restaurangen Panorama på toppen av Hvar. Foto: Tatiana Boret-Olsson.


    Avgång från hamnen i Trogir – Solta – Stari Gard, Hvar – Komiža – Vis – Šćedro – Hvar (Palmižana) – Trogir. (Alla rutter ser olika ut, beroende på vind, väder etc.)

    Dag 1: Split

    Landade tidigt i Split, en dag innan båtens avfärd och tog bussen till stan där jag mötte upp två kompisar som också reste runt i Kroatien. Efter att ha droppat väskorna på hostelet tog vi en uber raka vägen till ZEN Beach Club och parkerade oss i varsin solstol. Äntligen semester!

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    Vi åt en sen lunch i skuggan och när klockan närmade sig fyra började ZEN Beach sin “Sunset Session” med DJ’s & dansare. Ett plus för bra housemusik!

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    ZEN Beach var helt ok och prisvärt men ingen favorit. Befinner ni er i Split är det dock helt klart värt ett besök! Pris för solbädd: 100 kuna + minimum att spendera 100 kuna extra (ca 260 kr). Adress: Plaža Žnjan, Šetalište Pape Ivana Pavla II, 21000, Split.

    Dag 2: Trogir till Šolta

    Efter frukost dag 2 sa jag hejdå till Lilian & Bella och tog bussen från Split till Trogir, som låg drygt en timme bort. Träffade resten av gänget kl 14.00 vid ett café vid hamnen och runt 16.00 kastade vi loss från Marina SCT och satte kurs mot första stoppet på vår resa; vacka viken Šešula bay på ön Šolta.

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    På vägen till Šolta stannade vi för några efterlängtade badpauser så vi kom fram i skymningen, lagom till middag. Vi rodde in med gummibåten till Šišmiš restaurang som låg precis ovanför viken med en bländande vacker utsikt och beställde in massa fiskrätter och vin.

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    För mig var det ingen tvekan om vad jag skulle beställa; scampi och musslor, två av mina absoluta favoriträtter!

    Adress: 21430, Maslinica, Croatia
    Boka bord: +385 98 560 436

    Dag 3: Šolta till Stari Gard, Hvar

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    På söndagen vaknade vi tidigt och tog ett morgondopp & körde lite stand up paddle i det kristallklara vattnet innan frukosten. När klockan slog 10:00 fortsatte vi resan söderut mot Stari Grad, Kroatiens äldsta stad (!) som ligger på norra sidan av Hvar.

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    Men först hade vi massa båtkul som ni kan se av bilden ovan! Hoppade swing rope (kolla när jag hoppar för första gången i vår Kroatien vlog här!) och testade “surfa” på stand up paddeln. Väl framme i Stari Gard tog vi en snabb dusch i hamnduscharna och hoppade sedan in i en stor taxi som tog oss till restaurang Panoramapå toppen av Hvar. Utsikten härifrån var helt fantastisk, TIPS!

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    Där beställde vi drinkar och tittade på solnedgången. 10/10 poäng! Adress: 21450, Hvar, Croatia.

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    Kvällen avslutades i Hvar stad där vi bl.a. besökte den populära (och alltid fullsmockade) Kiva Bar.
    Tips: Om du vågar (vilket jag inte gjorde) kan du fråga efter deras kända “helmet shot”. Då slänger bartendern på dig en hjälm från WWII och bankar (!) diverse glas mot den innan du får dricka upp.

     Croatia, Fabrika 26, 21450, Hvar.

    Dag 4: Stari Gard till Komiža

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    Dag 4 stod Komiža på schemat – men som vanligt spenderade vi dagen ute på havet där vi seglade, lagade lunch och badade. På kvällen kastade vi ankare och tog taxibåt in till hamnen där vi åt hamburgare i en pittoresk gränd. Hade jag inte varit så trött hade jag gärna utforskat staden mer, men efter middagen stupade jag i säng och sov gott trots de stora vågorna. Tråkigt nog glömde jag dessutom att fota härifrån!

    Dag 5: Komiža till Vis

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    Dag 5 besökte vi Vis och efter lite sightseeing och glass styrde vi stegen mot kvällens middagsspot; Lola. Kan varmt rekommendera detta ställe! En mysig innergård med god mat och trevlig personal.

    Adress: Ul. Matije Gupca 12, 21480, Vis.
    Boka bord: +385 95 563 3247

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    Foto: Yacht Week

    Efter middagen fortsatte vi kvällen på Fort George , ett gammalt fort uppe i bergen, där Yacht Week hade ställt till med fest. Det var en riktigt cool location som tydligen också är en restaurang (och av vad jag sett när jag googlat, även ett poppis ställe för riktiga sagobröllop –​ kan verkligen förstå varför!)

    Adress: Utvrda Sv. Juraj bb, 21480, Vis.
    Boka bord: +385 91 265 6041

    Dag 6 – Vis till Šćedro

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    Dag 6 gick en dröm i uppfyllelse när vi fick vi sällskap av delfiner! Alltså WOW! Det var helt magiskt att se dem hoppa bredvid vår båt ute i det fria. Jag hann även fånga dem på video så kolla in vloggen!

    Kvällens stopp var den lilla naturskyddade ön Šćedro (som endast är 8.36 km² stor!). Här dockade vi båten i en stilla vik och gjorde yoga under kvällshimlen. Blev gång på gång under resans gång överraskad över hur vackert Kroatien är!

    Dag 7 – Scedro till  Hvar (Palmižana)

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    Dag 7 åkte vi tillbaka till Komiža för att besöka häftiga Blue Cave som tyvärr var stängt dagen innan p.g.a tidvattnet. Man åker närmligen in i grottan med små båtar och öppningen är inte alls stor, så alla på båten måste ducka när man ska in. Vi ville verkligen se grottan och denna dag hade vi turen att det var öppet så det var väl värt omvägen! Pris för inträde: 70 kuna.
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    Efter att ha sett både delfiner och den blå grottan var det ett riktigt glatt och nöjt gäng som åkte till veckans sista stopp Hvar – Kroatiens riviera! Vi lade till på Palmižana, en ö som låg ca 10 min bort med taxibåt och bytte om till after beach kläder…
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    … och tog taxibåten till den populära beach cluben Hula Hula och dansade tills solen gått ner. Därefter åt vi pizza och fortsatte kvällen inne i Hvar stad. Dagen efter seglade vi tillbaka till Trogir, och på lördagsmorgonen hoppade jag, trött, smutsig men lycklig in i en taxi mot Splits flygplats igen.

    Until next time!

    Sammanfattning & tips:

    – Seglarresor är ett väldigt populärt koncept i Kroatien och det finns många organisatörer och företag att åka med beroende på vad syftet med din resa är. Yacht Week Sail Week Croatia är två av de större organisatörerna och deras fokus ligger väldigt mycket på fest. Eftersom jag denna gång ville ha en blanding av både lugna kvällar & fest passade Loving Sailing mig perfekt. Det var det bästa av två världar!

    – Kan du inte få ihop ett stort gäng att åka med ska du inte låta det hindra dig. Du kan boka in dig i en kabin på någon annans båt. De flesta som åker känner inte alla på båten.

    – Packa smart! Dvs i en mjuk bag (inga hårda väskor). Sköna luftiga kläder i bomull som andas (jag använde nog inte ens hälften av vad jag tog med mig för att jag packat för varma kläder och en fön (!) eftersom jag trodde att “jag skulle orka föna håret någon gång innan vi gick ut”. Pff! Några finare plagg till utgångar men inga klackar. Mobilladdare och gärna extra batteri (det finns få uttag på båten). Badleksaker, aux-sladd, solskydd med hög faktor och sjösjukearmbandsom finns att köpa på apoteket (i förebyggande syfte) är andra tips.

    – Ta hellre med dig för mycket fickpengar än för lite. Du kommer att vilja spendera! Det finns så mycket bra restauranger och roliga ställen att gå ut på.

    – Slutligen; om du är sugen eller funderar på att åka…tveka inte utan ÅK, ÅK, ÅK! Du kommer att få en oförglömlig vecka och träffa så mycket nya, roliga, personer, vara med om äventyr och upptäcka landet på ett sätt som du annars inte hade kunnat. Jag vill redan boka min nästa resa! 


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    Croatia,  Europe

    Vlog | Sail Week in Croatia with Loving Sailing

    While Yasmin is on a road trip in the Balkans, I (Sheida) am back in Stockholm and have just finished editing a short video from an epic sailing week in Croatia with Loving Sailing. What a week! I have only been home for a few days and even though it’s nice to be able to shower properly, have air conditioning and sleep in a big bed, I already want to go back. Life on a boat is better!

    A “Guide to Sail Week in Croatia” will be up on the blog in the upcoming days with lots of lovely pictures, so stay tuned!