Prague is known as the city for the mystic and bizarre, the strange and the inexplicable. Dubbed one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, its facades nevertheless hold a dark legacy. The city’s history is rich with changing reigns, floods and fires, invasion and war – and underneath that wait the numerous stories of […]
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The bad times started with the announcement of a non-chronological timeline, and oh boy, they just did not stop coming. Some of my friends had already started complaining that the foremost purpose of Instagram had been lost a long time ago: meaning that at the beginning of time, when Instagram was new and shiny and […]
A few weeks ago, I asked on my Instagram stories (because those polls give me life) whether anyone would be interested in reading about living abroad as an expatriate in a more personal, diary-like style, and the majority of the people who answered said ‘yes’. (Wise choice – I would have probably sprung this series […]
Yo! I’m Elina. Nice to meet you.
habitual expat • llama enthusiast • unprofessional cheesecake chaser
If you see a redhead backpacker with a beat-up Olympus holding the map upside down, that’s probably me. To my mum’s utmost horror, I’ve been on and off the road since 2012 and can’t seem to stop. I’m Finnish and always searching for the perfect lipstick as well as a place to call home.
If there is one thing I love as much as travelling, it’s storytelling. WAYFAROVER is a blog dedicated to narratives about places foreign and familiar, doomed holiday romances, ethical globetrotting and free beer.
OK, I lied about the beer part. But did you know a pint only costs 1 euro in Krakow? Let’s go!
Living in / Currently in: Krakow, Poland. Are you here too? Let’s grab a beer!
Future travel plans:
Mar. Lviv (Ukraine)
June, July, August & September. the Czech Republic, Vienna (Austria), Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia&Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia
Latest stops: Hungary, the Czech Republic