Dublin guide for ordinary travelers

Wanderlust Wonderland brings you: a travel guide for ordinary travelers, with must-sees, tips and tricks and the most delicious food, for ordinary travelers, like you and me. I loved Dublin. A small city filled with friendly people, lots of highlights and amazingly cheap bookstores. When we had to leave we already decided that we should […]

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Amsterdam: Two Day Itinerary

I was planning a daytrip to Amsterdam before the corona virus hit my country. I had one amazing day in the city already, and there are so many things I still want to do, like buying chocolates at Polarberry, visit the Anne Frank house and take a seat on the highest swing in Europe. Time […]

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Venice guide for ordinary travelers

Wanderlust Wonderland brings you: a travel guide for ordinary travelers, with must-sees, tips and tricks and the most delicious food, for ordinary travelers, like you and me. The corona virus has a strong hold on all of us. A lot of countries are in lockdown or in only-go-out-when-you-absolutely-have-to mode. I’m working from home, only going […]

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Prague guide for the Ordinary Traveler

Wanderlust Wonderland brings you: a travel guide for ordinary travelers, with must-sees, tips and tricks and the most delicious food, for ordinary travelers, like you and me. Prague was really special. It was a location that I’d never thought of visiting, in the days before the plans to travel everywhere and anywhere. But I’m really […]

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Surrealism in the Meta Maze

Last weekend was something else. Instead of choosing between sitting at home, reading a book with a cat or two on my lap, or going on a citytrip, we decided to do something a little different… We decided to visit Doloris.

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Scaredy-Cat running away from skeleton art in Kutná Hora

Content warning: This post contains some pictures of real human bones After four days of Prague, our student’s association had planned for something a little different. I wasn’t sure what the plan was, but we got onto a train towards Kutna Hora. And then I was horrified to see what they had planned…

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Petrín hill, Franz Kafka and Trdelnik

On our third day in Prague, we had already seen quite some highlights, like Wallenstein Palace, the astronomical clock, some synagogues and Prague castle. But there were a few that we hadn’t had the time for yet. One of them was the Franz Kafka museum, where I really wanted to go, and another one was […]

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