Aeolis Tinos Suites Greece

Aeolis Tinos Suites Greece

Aeolis Tinos Suites Greece

We are currently going through the third, maybe fourth, fifth (oh,I’ve lost the count) lockdown in Vienna. I had photos in my hard drives that were waiting for me to edit them. I don’t know why I kept them for so long there. Last night I decided to have a look on what is left unedited and to finally go though the process: edit, select and publish! The shops in Vienna will open next Monday and I can’t wait to buy an external Hard Drive because those I have are all full!

Aeolis Tinos Suites Greece

Aeolis Tinos Suites in beautiful Tinos island Greece
Aeolis Tinos Suites in beautiful Tinos island Greece

Aeolis Tinos Suites Greece

Aeolis Tinos Suites Greece

Aeolis Tinos Suites Greece

Aeolis Tinos Suites in beautiful Tinos island Greece

where to stay in Tinos island Cyclades

where to stay in Tinos island Cyclades

where to stay in Tinos island Cyclades

where to stay in Tinos island Cyclades

We took these photos during our stay at Aeolis Tinos Suites in beautiful Tinos island in Greece. This boutique hotel in Tinos island is beyond, and I wish you all have the chance to visit and spend a few blissful days there.

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Visit Slovenia

Visit Slovenia

Visit Slovenia

I don’t know about you guys, but I can’t wait to travel again. These cold winter days make me want to travel to sunny seaside destinations even more and I’m already writing my bucket list for 2021.

One destination, I would love to visit this year are the two coastal towns Portorož and Piran, which are located in Slovenian Istria, about 30 kilometres south of Trieste. While Portorož has been known as a spa and bathing resort since the 13th century and boasts a marina and Thalasso therapy in the salt flats, the neighbouring port town of Piran reflects the Venetian past. Here, winding alleys, lively squares, art monuments and eight churches find their place on a small peninsula that rises into the Adriatic Sea.

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What I like most about the destination: the nature does not only look incredibly beautiful, but is also super diverse with beaches, cliffs, saltpans, olive groves and scenic paths offering unique views. Here is a list of activities in nature you shouldn’t miss when in Portorož and Piran:

1. Go on a hike! 

You will be rewarded with the best view of the St George’s Cathedral on the Piran hiking trail, which leads around the city and presents it in a truly special light. The hike first leads from Portorož to the White Cross. A short descent takes you to two Fiesa lakes before the hike continues right by the sea. The view of the famous outline of the St George’s Cathedral finally marks the arrival in Piran.

2. Visit the Moon Bay and cool down in the Adriatic! 

In the Strunjan Nature Park between Piran and Izola is the picturesque Moon Bay with the highest flysch cliff in the east part of the Adriatic. A narrow footpath leads down to the bay, which invites you to swim with its turquoise water.  

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3. Discover the landscape on horseback! 

If you prefer to discover Slovenian Istria from horseback, the Medljan Tourist Farm is the right place for you. Just four kilometers from Portorož, numerous horses, sheep, geese, chickens and cats are waiting to be fed and cared for. Numerous horseback rides can be 

enjoyed from here through the idyllic landscape.

4. Take a walk on sea surface!

I really want to go stand-up paddleboarding when in Portorož and Piran and admire the picturesque coast from the sea. There is a company called Halo SUP and their van delivers inflatable boards to your selected destination along the Slovenian coast.

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5. Discover the perfect spot to watch the sunset! 

If you want to watch the sunset, you should not miss a walk on the old city wall. Part of the wall is perched high above the city on a hill. It can be reached from St George’s Cathedral via the street Ulica IX. korpusa in a maximum of 10 minutes on foot. Numerous viewing platforms of various watchtowers give panoramic views of the sea and the picturesque Punta.

Those who are looking for more information: please visit the official website of the Tourist Board Portorož & Piran and follow their Instagram account.

If you have any questions, I will be happy to answer in the comment section below! To those who have already visited Portorož and Piran: please feel free to share your recommendations. 

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Disclaimer: This content was brought to you in collaboration with the official Tourist Board of Portorož & Piran. Photos provided by Jaka Ivančič, Michael Matti, Jacob Riglin.

Life with Galaxy

Life with Galaxy

Life with Galaxy

Life with Galaxy

Dear TVG friends, this is the last blog post for 2020. We made it till the end, yay! Let’s do a 2020 throwback, shall we? 

We took the two photos above in the main square of the town of Serifos island in Greece. I feel blessed to have the opportunity to spend two weeks in September touring the Greek islands. Some days my schedule was quite busy, some others I was taking the time to relax and recharge my batteries. My Galaxy Z flip has always been there for me on busier days when I was checking the print orders on my new website, editing photos from my last shoots, and in less busier days when I was simply spending quality time with my friends, taking photos of us and laughing. 

Life with Galaxy

Life with Galaxy

We took the two photos above in Elafonisos island. I’m not known as a person who hits the gym every day. But one activity I’m happy to do daily is walking. I can seriously walk for hours every day and I enjoy counting my steps while doing so. For counting my steps, I use the Fitness and Health tracker on my Galaxy Watch 3. During holidays, I like to walk on the beach whereas in Vienna, I go walking in the Schönbrunn gardens. Are you a jogger or a walker? Do you prefer exercising indoors or outdoors? 

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The photo of this beautiful sunset was taken with my Galaxy S20 Ultra in Punta Cana. Every evening, before it got completely dark, I used to walk alone on the beach with my Galaxy S20 Ultra in hand to photograph the sky that turned to pastel hues of dusky rose, dark lilac and pale blue. These are the moments I crave for. All magical colours captured with the camera of my Galaxy S20 Ultra. Who would like to join me on this photo walk? 

throwback 2020

throwback 2020

We took these two photos at the end of November in Punta Cana. They both reflect my dream of becoming a digital nomad…working remotely from everywhere on my Galaxy Tab S7, in other words be location independent! 

2020 throwback

We took the photo above in the hotel I was staying at during my holidays in Tinos island. The foldable Galaxy Z flip is bold, stylish and pretty unique. It folds in half and provides me with a new angle on the world. 

2020 throwback

We took the photo above at Paremi cafe in Vienna. Cafes and restaurants were closed for a long time this year. Therefore, I tried to visit them as often as possible during the periods they were open. In this photo, the Galaxy Z Flip stands out for its unique design and mirror purple color, and is small enough to fit in my small summer bag. 

2020 throwback

We took this photo in Vienna city center after I came back from my September holidays. I was so excited for all the things I had in mind to do. My Galaxy Note 20 and the S Pen helped me to keep a track of all these activities and never miss out on a thing! Little did I know in the moment we took this photo that all my plans weren’t going to happen because of a lockdown 2.0.

2020 throwback

Things I love, all in one photo: croissants, a cappuccino, a marble table, my Galaxy buds live and my Galaxy Note 20. We took this photo in Vienna at the end of summer, when it was still warm enough to sit outside.

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Galaxy Tab S7

Last year I published a blog post for the Galaxy Tab S6: when I use it and why. You can check it out here.

A lot has changed since last year.

I upgraded to the Galaxy Tab S7 which is now the newest tablet from Samsung. And of course, as we all know, this year everything has become a little bit more digital. It’s a year where we have been urged to stay at home, spend more time at home, and work from home. Our real life social interactions have been reduced and we all spent a little bit more time in front of our screens. People now use technology as a bridge across physical distances and are experimenting with new kinds of socially distanced gatherings such as virtual dinner parties, virtual yoga classes etc.

As a result, the Galaxy Tab S7 has become my life-saver this year. And because it’s the device that I use the most, as Anna and I were brainstorming at the beginning of November, we came up with the idea to make the video that you see in this blog post.

The Galaxy Tab S7 comes in two different sizes, the Galaxy Tab S7 (11-inch) and the Galaxy Tab S7+ (12.4-inch) and in three amazing colors: mystic bronze, mystic silver, mystic black.

What I love about the tablet in general is the diversity of use you can get from them. Some people use their tablets as their everyday laptop. Some people use them just for watching media. Some people use them for drawing and making notes with the S Pen.

There are so many things you can be doing with the newest tablet from Samsung. Given the current global situation and the tablet’s multifunctionality, turns out, this tablet is not luxury, but a necessity.

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