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Open We Stand with COVID-19

Being an Entrepreneur it’s like having 2 full-time jobs. Every day, we need to create content, share it, interact with people about it and we must do all this with the same passion and energy, all year long! Now that COVID-19 has affected all of us, and especially small entrepreneurs, we are pushed more than ever to create, inspire, motivate and nourish our community, as COVID-19 will not last forever, but our communities will! It’s during times like these that we, small entrepreneurs and creators, have to come TOGETHER as and help each-other keep up the motivation!

Jal Beach Albania

When traveling, listen to your heart

Mountains, forests, hidden villages, coastline and maybe the most beautiful beaches at the Mediterranean sea! Really really kind, friendly and helpful locals.We didn‘t feel unsafe. So if you‘re planning your next trip, listen to your heart and not to other people‘s opinions. Make your own opinion.

Choose dusty roads

Six years ago they decided to quit their jobs, leave al material things behind and start to travel the world. The love for road-trips has taken them from the steppes of Patagonia to the windswept North Cape, from the endless expanses of the Australian outback to the red canyons in Utah, from the lonely bays of Albania to the deserts of Morocco…

Hiking in Albania’s Accursed Mountains

The journey through to the small port town of Fierzë takes three hours, during which the shy locals smoke and watch with evident pride as backpackers wander the narrow prow of the boat taking photographs. On arrival more minibuses – the workhorse of Albania – are there to convey us to Valbona, which is reached via a succession of twisting, unsurfaced roads that run alongside rushing mountain rivers.

14 reasons to visit Santo Domingo

The best time to visit Santo Domingo is between November and March. That’s when this city experiences its best beach weather, even if there aren’t many great beaches to enjoy it on. April to July is also a pleasant time to visit, but you should avoid this area at all costs during the hurricane season, which runs from August to October.

Albania: “Step into history”

The city of Gjirokastra is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List and is one of the most attractive tourist sites of the country. Perched on the eastern side of the Wide Mountain (Mali i Gjërë), the city began as a fourth century castle, which is today the greatest castle in the whole country. Inside the fortress is the Museum of Weapons, where weapons of different periods up until the Second World War are displayed. Gjirokastra is known as “The City of Stone”