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  • Bucharest for Digital Nomads: Is This the Next Chiang Mai?

    runawayjuno.com 26 Mar '17, 10pm

    Romania is a relatively big country (12th biggest in Europe), but it is small enough to make short getaways around the countryside. From Bucharest, you’ll be in Brasov in 3 hours to get to Bran Castle. The famous Peles Castle is 2 hours away from Bucharest, on the way to Brasov. You c...

  • Visiting the Vigeland Park: the World's Largest Sculpture Park Made by a Single Artist

    runawayjuno.com 23 Mar '17, 10pm

    The main theme in the park is the circle of life. This is also the reason why Vigeland displayed all the sculptures without clothes because he wanted them to be timeless. There are more than 200 sculptures here made with bronze and granite, including the famous Monolith and the angry ...

  • Juno Kim of the @RunawayJuno blog writes about the 10 days she spent in #Utsjoki, Lapland:

    Life in Utsjoki: A Town in Finnish Lapland Bordering Norway

    runawayjuno.com 13 Mar '17, 7am

    For Sami people, the international border is just an artificial line drawn by governments. They might have the formal document identifying them as a Finnish or Norwegian, but it is all just land of Sami for people from this region. Traveling between Finnmark and Lapland is a daily rou...

  • Romanian Food: Pork, Beef, Polenta, Sour Cream, and Repeat

    Romanian Food: Pork, Beef, Polenta, Sour Cream, and Repeat

    runawayjuno.com 21 Mar '17, 12am

    When I was recommended to try tripe soup in Romania, I wasn’t sure. Food made with organs are usually not my favorite. But I was intrigued. What came to me was a bowl of yellow soup. Why is this yellow, I wondered? Soon I didn’t regret ordering this yellow dish made with cow’s stomach...

  • Let @RunawayJuno convince you that a trip to New Orleans is the way to go:

    Why New Orleans is the Most Interesting US City to Visit

    runawayjuno.com 19 Mar '17, 6pm

    I couldn’t talk about New Orleans without mentioning Marti Gras. It’s expanded to the point that it has become synonymous with the city, and adopted by residents of New Orleans beyond those of French or Catholic heritage. The first Mardi Gras parade held in New Orleans is thought to h...

  • @Cambridge_Uni…

    Visiting Cambridge: How Can I Meet Professor Stephen Hawking?

    runawayjuno.com 16 Mar '17, 10pm

    If there’s one man who doesn’t need an extra explanation, that would be Stephen Hawking . The most brilliant theoretical physicist of the 21st century, Stephen Hawking is one of the notable alumni of Cambridge University. He began his graduate work at Trinity Hall in 1962 and started ...

  • #Travel #Korea

    What Can You Expect on the DMZ Tour of Korea

    runawayjuno.com 14 Mar '17, 10pm

    There are many observation spots along the DMZ . But if you want to see North Korea from the closest point, come to Odusan Unification Tower. The two Koreas are divided by Imjinjang (Imjin River) and the distance to North Korea is just 460m. It’s close enough to see North Korean farme...

  • My Favorite Architecture in Bucharest: Stavropoleos Monastery and Brâncovenesc Style https://t.co/znqpLZ4Oqg

    Runaway Juno • Storytelling. Adventure Travel. Inspiration.

    runawayjuno.com 14 Mar '17, 2am

    Stavropoleos Monastery, Mănăstirea Stavropoleos in Romanian, also known as Stavropoleos Church (Biserica Stavropoleos). It’s an Eastern Orthodox monastery for nuns in central Bucharest.We saw a nun singing beautifully outside of the monastery before the prayer session. The church is b...


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