Mini Retirement Project

3 Months Onwards – Things We Learned From Our Traveling So Far

Venice

We’ve been traveling officially for 3 months now, which is officially the longest we’ve been away from home. If you ask me what it’s like on the road, I can honestly tell you it’s been a real adventure in every sense of the word. We’ve had major dramas since the first day we landed in Berlin, we’ve fallen sick a few times, gotten lost many times, tumbled down very steep ski slopes and lost (or stolen is still debatable at this point) valuable possessions along the way. On the same note, we’ve...

Viennese Food In A Nutshell

Viennese cuisine is like the culture itself, very classy and traditional. Interestingly, Viennese cuisine is also the only cuisine in the world named after a city. When it comes to savoury, the cuisine usually consists of meat, poultry, root veges, and wheat. With sweets, you can usually find a combination of chocolates, soft cheese, and fruit compotes. We really enjoyed the food we tried in Vienna, particularly their sweets which were just exquisite. I think I mentioned this before, but the Viennese are really the masters of classical cakes...

Our Vienna Winter Experience

Schonbrün Palace

Yes, yes, I know. I’ve been on a hiatus since the last travel post on Prague. A few distractions cropped up along the way when we were in Budapest, i.e. Christmas, New Year, catching a very bad cold, late night outings, work etc. So here I am, attempting to recall our experiences in Vienna so that I can finish this travel post on the city. Vienna was a welcome change after Prague. Aside from the pricier living cost, the city itself has so much more to offer from their spectacular historical sites and gothic influenced buildings to their...