When I look back on how our trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina started I’m amazed it turned out to be the best holiday we’ve had in years. As I wasn’t taking my own car, thus not driving, I didn’t do any planning for transportation. In front of our two cars was also the Romanian guide in a third car, so needless to say it didn’t even cross my mind that we could get lost at any point between Bucharest and Foca. We even left town at 5:00 AM, early on, hoping to get to destination in time for a couple of cold beers. Continue reading
There are always a few things that come to mind when you think about Asia and Asian culture in general. For me the words that I associate with Asian culture are: food, colorful, crowded and gardens. Continue reading
A few classic American muscle cars we’ve seen on our Cabot Trail trip.
To tell the truth, I wasn’t a fan of classic american muscle cars, but that totally changed when I saw these beauties in person. It’s unbelievable what american manufacturers could do in the 30’s up until the 70’s when everybody else was just building general purpose cars. There’s no comparison with cars the same age from other countries.
This situation shifted 180 degrees probably starting with the 80’s, but there’s still hope for modern american muscle cars, if you look at the redesigned Dodge Challenger, Chevrolet Camaro and the iconic Ford Mustang, don’t you think?