About us

Julia Fellner, MA
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About Julia

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Julia is a published writer of novels and short storiesLoving to write, she also blogs about publishing, brand and digital marketing and for TEDxVienna. In addition to being a writer she’s also a digital marketer, with a focus on the creative industry and the creative economy, about which she also happens to have a Masters degree with distinction.

As you can see from our blog, Julia loves to travel and discover new places. She is also obsessed with tea and trying new recipes. Some of these cooking experiments you can also find on this blog.

 

About Samora

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Samora is in love with anything connecting to the Internet. Born and raised in Barbados, his interest in web & mobile design and development and desire to make an impact led him to work on multiple projects, co-founding a health tech startup, MediRevu, and studying an MSc in Health Information Management in London.

Samora always has time for coffee and will never turn down dessert. He enjoys discovering new music playlists, starry nights and is slowly learning German.

 

Julia & Samora in Bushy Park
In the UK we spent a lot of time in parks, taking selfies with deer

The origin story

We met while we were both studying at Kingston University London. Since that year in London, we have been exploring each other’s countries and are planning to discover new countries as well. In our blog articles we combine the visitor’s and local’s point of view. 

 

About the blog

We decided to start a blog to share our favourite hidden spots in each other’s countries, as well as the different points of view you have about these when you grew up knowing that place vs. when you are seeing it from the tourist perspective.

As we started exploring these places, we discovered how integral culture is to how you experience them. Therefore, we focus on the cultural aspects like traditions, language and all those other things that make up a culture. Of course you can also expect a multitude of articles about the Bajan cuisine and Austrian desserts, as well as other fun stuff.