Welcome to my world of wanderlust. My name is Teona and this is my blog. This is a place for all my creative thoughts that I carry on daily.
This is my blog world, created in 2016, with the purpose to create a place where I can express myself through my photos and words.
My blog is the reflection of all my interests, passions and loves, but also my personality.


Lefkada is also known as the Caribbean of Greece because of the mountains, waterfalls, secluded beaches and turquoise water.

Kathisma, Egremni, Porto Katsiki – amongst the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean – have won international acclaim and are awarded annually with Blue Flags. Windsurfing, kitesurfing, paragliding, scuba diving, flights in a prop plane, horseback riding, mountain biking, sailing around the surrounding islets, like Skorpios… 


Let me introduce you to the concept of farm to table and the agrotourism Mrizi i Zanave in Lezhe in the north part of Albania. The complex has a farm, restaurant, garden and a small hotel. It offers a proper agrotourism experience. Everything that they serve you is grown on their land and home made. Also, the menu changes each season depending on what products are in season then. Everything is produced locally and it’s organic. 


This is the second part of my travel guide for Montenegro, you can check out the first part here. I wanted to write a separate blog post on the best beaches and beach clubs to visit while in Montenegro. The coast of Montenegro is absolutely beautiful, clear waters and pebble beaches (there are a few sand ones too) it is absolutely divine. The Adriatic Sea is known to be a bit colder, so be prepared for a tad bit of colder water.


The highly requested travel guide for Montenegro is here. This year I decided to take a long 3 week vacation to the coast of Montenegro. Although it’s a country close to Macedonia, this year in May when I did a road trip to the Balkans (that you can read about here) was the first time I ever visited Montenegro. I only stayed for a day and decided do come back this summer and explore the coast of Montenegro. Mid June I traveled to Montenegro and ended up staying for 3 weeks and overall had a great time. 


If you are reading this post you are probably planning a short one day trip to the coastal city of Dubrovnik. This medieval city is no secret on the Adriatic Coast, it became even more famous after it was used for filming the Game of Thrones series. It is definitely a must visit place in Croatia, whether you choose to spend a few day there or just do a day trip you won’t regret it. This city is absolutely breath taking and worth the visit.If you are just planning a one day trip, you are in luck since you can visit most of the sights in one day. This travel guide covers the essential information for how to plan your visit to the ancient walled city – the best things to do, where to eat and drink, and top tips for maximizing your 24 hours in Dubrovnik.



The beautiful island of Korčula is one of the must visit places in Croatia. This beautiful island in the Adriatic Coast is very worth visiting, with beautiful pebble beaches, clear waters, vineyards, olive trees and the magnificent Korčula Old Town. It is named as Croatia’s greenest island, that has civilization dating back to the 3rd Millenium before Christ, it is believed that Marco Polo’s birth place is in Korčula. 



Beginning of summer means time to share my summer reading list with you guys. Not going to lie, it’s one of my favorite blog posts to write. I do it every year, and you can check my previous reading lists here. No summer vacation is complete without at least one good read. Each summer I make a reading list with all the books I want to read, and I love sharing it with you in case you need some inspiration on what to read this summer. My list contains from current best-sellers to lesser known novels to classics and business oriented books.


Cappadocia had been on my travel wish-list for a few years, and this May it was finally crossed off. Cappadocia the land of beautiful horses, peculiar rock formations, fairy chimneys and the hundreds of hot air balloons that fly out each morning during sunrise. Even though it has been heavily popularized by social media in recent years, I still think it’s a place worth the visit.


Last month I took a road-trip with friends across the western Balkans. While I am in Europe I am trying to squeeze in as much travel as possible. The initial plan was to go to Bosnia and Herzegovina for rafting, but we decided to make it a little road-trip with multiple stops along the way. Total lenght of the trip was 5 days and we visited 5 countries, not bad at all. So in this post I will share the itinerary we had from our western Balkan road-trip.