How have I not posted it on Facebook or communicated it broadly via Instagram?! This if nothing else proves that I’m not a professional blogger but just someone who likes sharing bits and pieces of her life 😀 Continue reading From AlicegoesRTW to AlAlsTravels
First things first: Surprisingly enough I had the best falafel sandwich EVER in Sydney. I know my falafel and I’ve had it from Austria (where Levantine food is especially tasty due to many immigrants from that region) to Egypt, from Syria to Turkey – to meet my master at Sabbaba on Hall Street in Bondi.
The pita bread filled to the brim with the most delicious ingredients was indeed so perfectly flavourful that I was too immersed in relishing every single bite to take a photo of it.
You’ll understand. Continue reading Vegan Sydney
Arriving in Melbourne in the wee hours of a rainy Friday morning in August we made a beeline to our hotel where we were welcomed with beautifully arranged pastries (not vegan but still a very nice gesture – Mr A enjoyed them) and hot tea while we waited for our room to be ready. Continue reading Vegan Melbourne
Everyone who has travelled by airplane over the last decade will be aware of the liquid restriction in hand luggage: You may only bring one litre of liquids on board with you, in containers of 100 ml each.
This can be challenging if you’ve jumped on the latest bandwagon of travelling hand-luggage only – or are using low-cost carriers that will charge you for each checked in piece of baggage.
However, there is a simple way out of this: solid toiletries Continue reading Alicioustravels: Travel Essentials – Solid toiletries and GIVEAWAY
Yay, we are going away! Again – and before our honeymoon too! Continue reading Alicioustravels: Mallorca
It’s been over a year since Mum and I travelled to New York City and Boston in December 2015. I cannot say how I haven’t yet made a post with my favourite impressions. Finally, here it is. Continue reading Alicioustravels: My favourite impressions of New York City
We were fully aware that we would be in serious need of recovery after our wedding. The weeks leading up to this very special event had been strenuous and even the day before it was after 8 pm when I ate for the first time since breakfast – because there simply hadn’t been time for it earlier.
For his birthday Mr A had received a voucher for a night at a small B&B in the Gesäuse region, a national park in Styria. My Dad has stayed at the B&B numerous times and had asked the owners if they were willing to provide us with food during our stay. They agreed asking we call them a few days in advance so I could discuss my special request with the chef.
Can I get a big YAY for Salzkammergut? Because it never disappoints?
This summer was definitely a good summer for us hiker! Mr A and myself spent three long weekends in the mountains – plus a quick getaway after our wedding (our honeymoon is yet to come). Continue reading Alicioustravels: A long weekend of hiking in the Dachstein-region