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.
The fact that we were going to have a vegan wedding went down well with most of our guests. Most of them had assumed as much.
The fact that we were going to have a vegan, alcohol-free wedding, however, left many a mouths agape in horror. Continue reading Aliciouswedding: Aperitiv and bride & groom cocktails (alcohol-free)
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
Some time after Christmas my maid of honour had enquired whether I would be ok with her arranging some sort of bridal shower. Hating the hordes of drunk brides-to-be who regularly roam Vienna with their trays encroaching on strangers to selling them Jägermeister while having to complete “funny” challenges such as shaving a man’s leg I reluctantly agreed, dearly hoping that day wasn’t going to be hell.
99 times out of 100 my favourite way of exploring a place will be by foot. Not only because I enjoy walking but because I like to be among the locals, see where they shop, what they wear, what they eat, how they move. Continue reading Alicioustravels: The streets of Cartagena (Colombia)
“You hiked the Ciudad Perdida? Was it any good?” – “No, it wasn’t ‘good’.” Continue reading Alicioustravels: Finding the Lost City