About Us

Welcome to Travelicious Life!

Launched in 2014 for travelers who wanted to have a local experience in a country of Slovakia, this travel site has expanded its focus on worldwide destinations. Our blog is for all of you out there who want to experience all the thrills of traveling but your budget doesn’t allow it. That’s why we don’t want you to spend all your money on overpriced tourist attractions but instead, to have great memories from your travels.  We will share our tips and tricks on how traveling as a local help you maximize your experience and tell you all about our ups and downs we had while traveling. The best thing about our blog is that everything we write about, we experienced ourselves so make sure you don’t miss any of future posts and follow our blog or join us on Facebook.

We are Simona and Sidse, two friends who met in Copenhagen, Denmark where we both studied at the university. We are open-minded, share the same sense of humor and adventurous spirits. We have lived around the globe for several years and we are here to share our adventures and give you personal travel tips.

Our lives are travelicious and the world is our home!

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About Simona:
Born and raised in Slovakia, I’ve always had to explain where I come from to others as my country is not well-known in the world. I love to travel but traveling is not only my passion but my lifestyle, too. I have lived in seven countries so far and the count is still live! I fell in love with many places I visited but my favorites are Melbourne in Australia and Copenhagen in Denmark where I lived for a while. After several years around the globe, I returned to my homeland to spread the word about beauties of Slovakia. I discovered places off the beaten path in Bratislava, the capital as well as in other parts of Slovakia where tourists usually don’t go and shared my secret hideouts on this blog.

In general, I’m a positive person and I never say no to a spontaneous trip. If I could, I would be traveling my whole life because I want to see as much as I can! I also like to interact with local people whenever I go, to hear their stories and get a local tip on what to visit or where to eat. Not to mention coffee is one of my guilty pleasures so I tend to know my way around coffee shops wherever I go.

 Nowadays, I call home the city of Vancouver in Canada where I’ve been living for the past few months.  I’m excited to discover hidden spots which are not pinpointed on the tourist maps!

About Sidse:
Born and raised in Denmark I’ve had the travel bug for as long as I can remember. Never traveled much as a child, and so books became my way of exploring the world and different cultures.

Asia has always been my travel dream, and I ended up in Chiang Mai, Thailand on a 5-month internship. Somehow I stayed for 3,5 years! Chiang Mai will always be my second home, but after three failed attempts to leave Thailand, I finally felt it was time to return to Europe and have since then lived in Ireland and Germany, where I’m currently residing.

When I travel I rarely have a plan, I just figure everything out as I go along. I try to spend enough time at each destination for me to explore the “musts” and to chill and get to know the place by finding little, hidden treasures. My weaknesses are chocolate, cake and everything sweet, so I usually find bakeries, ice cream parlors and the like wherever I go.

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11 responses to “About Us

  1. I have been to Bratislava a few times. One thing that struck me is that the presidential palace gardens are open to the public and only a wire fence kept theme from the palace. I found it quite interesting.

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    • There are many interesting places in Bratislava and I really like the presidential gardens, especially during the summer it’s a nice place to go.. I hope you enjoyed your Bratislava visits!

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  2. Thanks so much for following Travel Bugg! I loved Slovakia when I interned there a couple years ago. Looking forward to reading your posts. 🙂

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