Nathan Schacherer
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    Go to Paris, you have to see the Eiffel Tower – go to India, you have to see the Taj Mahal – go to San Francisco, you have to see the Golden Gate Bridge – go to Egypt, you have to see the Pyramids.

    Australia […]

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    We have all heard the famous quote/cliché “it’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey” which has been twisted and reworded in a thousand ways – and many of us would agree.

    Here are some trips […]

  • Angkor Wat – Siem Reap, Cambodia: (Episode 2)
    Wiki: The name Siem Reap means the ‘Defeat of Siam’ — today’s Thailand — and refers to the centuries-old conflict between the Siamese and Khmer peoples.
    Siem Reap […]

  • Tuol Sleng Prison Museum – Phnom Penh, Cambodia: (Episode 1)
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  • Lop Buri to Sukhothai, Thailand: As We Travel Asia (Episode 2)
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    As We Travel
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  • Bangkok to Ayutthaya, Thailand – As We Travel Show – Episode 1 (Part 1/2)
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    As We Travel
    @AsWeTravel Europe
    As We Travel is run by Nathan & Sofia. They have been traveling around the world […]

  • Pad Thai Cooking Lesson In Chiang Mai

    As We Travel
    @AsWeTravel Europe
    As We Travel is run by Nathan & Sofia. They have been traveling around the world together since 2008 sharing travel advice via daily […]

  • We had never seen so many churches in such a small place, you couldn’t walk 50 meters on the street without seeing a church. But despite having well over 65 churches to choose from, all the people seemed to gather at one specific church – the smallest one inside a gate… If you looked up […]

  • If you ever visit Riga, don’t miss out on trying this so called “bread drink” made from fermented black bread called Kvass! When it comes to food, Riga topped all the other Baltic countries in quality – it was cheap, there was an abundance, and it was really good. But when it comes to attractions […]

  • Founded in the 12th century, Tallinn with its ancient city walls, high church spires and red roof tops it was an irresistible sight. Walking around on the cobble stoned streets and alleyways lined with medieval houses in mixes of German, Russian, Swedish and Danish architecture, you feel as though you have stepped back in time. To add […]

  • Despite coming from Sweden, a neighboring country to Finland, and despite the fact that they even speak Swedish as a second language and that the country was once part of Sweden  – I never had any real plans on visiting Finland. It seemed like a beautiful country, and the thought of visiting northern Finland and go […]

  • There are few places in the world like Stockholm, combining the best of both worlds – literally. The city is a vibrant cosmopolitan place with great shopping, fashionable people, lots of bars and clubs and great little boutiques. At the same time you’re always surrounded by water, as it’s situated on 14 islands, and the nature […]

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  • World’s Most Dangerous Cliff Diving Spot – Ponte Brolla, Switzerland. The Swiss seem to love every crazy adrenaline sport there is, and they have the natural resources for it – Ponte Brolla is renown as one of the most famous, extreme and dangerous cliff diving, or ”tombstoning” spots in the world. Several World High Diving Federation championships have been hosted […]

  • Most attractions in Warsaw have to do with the WWII, and the horrible things which happened there, but Warsaw did not have that ”eery vibe” which can come from a hurtful past. The city had started again from the beginning, rebuilt the city for the new era, and rebuilt the Old Town to make it […]

  • I knew that Prague was a place many travelers visit on their Europe trips, but I never expected it to be such a difference from any other beautiful neighboring city like Vienna, or Budapest. One of our favorite moments after having explored the medieval squares, gothic architecture and beer, was to cross the river to […]

  • Me and Nathan both have a MASSIVE crush on Austria – last time we were there we spent some time on the countryside, up in the alps and in the cities, and we fell in love with the country straight away. The snowy alps with year-round skiing, the green valleys and turquoise lakes, and Vienna […]

  •   Bratislava really doesn’t seem like a capital city, and to be honest I don’t think they should try to make it that way either. It’s good just the way it is. Nearly everything is within walking distance, large areas of the city are completely free of cars and the whole place has a small town […]

  • Coming from Eastern Europe, Budapest felt very much like the gateway to Western Europe – one example is the train system: in Budapest the trains finally leave on time – such subtle changes, but very noticeable. But the city still has that Eastern feel and tradition, where being offered a shot of plum brandy in the […]

  • After spending 30 hours on trains within 36 hours to get from Turkey to Romania – we headed towards a small town called Sighisoara, which is known as the birthplace of Dracula. The scenery in Transylvania is very special, and waking up to look outside the window and seeing the thick misty clouds slowly move over […]

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