Welcome to TOTE (Tourism on the Edge), a small website that explores the many sides of passionate traveling. First, a small introduction…
What This Site Is
# a place where you can read about unusual traveling, unusual locations and unusual events- a site promoting meaningful traveling
# an unpretentious way of getting you, wild and witty creature, to see places and do things you did not know you could see or do
# places and activities that will blow your mind, make your skin all goose-pimply and get you packing
# interactive. We are looking forward to your fresh and practical comments, opinions and traveling impressions;
# awesome, obviously : )
What This Site Isn’t
# a place for lazy people and couch potatoes whose lives revolve around the sentence ” I couldn’t possibly do this” – what a load of ….! Our target happens to be exciting, alive, not necessarily experienced, but willing to learn and hooked on adventure
# ideas for trained professionals only. No. Anyone can be a part of this, which is why we will work our best to finding “doable” and cheap solutions for traveling “on the edge”
# a place for grouchy and pessimists. We don’t want you spoiling our holidays with your long faces and bad predictions on weather. We are cheerful here and try to bring an overall positive state to anyone stumbling on our posts. Also, any deliberately mean comment will be erased on sight- because it is our site, and we have the ability to do this.
# even though this site is called “Tourism on the Edge”, its name does not refer to extreme tourism only, but to unusual types of traveling.
Who We Are:
We are a bunch of people with nothing better to do than live our lives as peacefully as we can. Bohemian. Responsibly-crazy. Lovers of beautiful things. Of ART. Of good books. Of authentic cultures, of CULTURE in general. Of sports.
# main juggler at Tourism on the Edge
# loves to write, laugh, play and share traveling experiences
# traveled to: Romania, Austria, Hungary, Greece, Germany, Bulgaria, Italy
# co-host at Tourism on the Edge
# currently works as a bookseller
# loves to read, have meaningful conversations and is a born activist
# traveled to: Romania, Greece, Austria, Hungary
# is a nature lover
# loves writing, reading, hand-made stuff and spending time with friends
# words that describe her: honesty, curiosity
# traveled to: Romania, Serbia, Hungary, Montenegro
Even though in time we would like to add our own photos, some of the pictures currently available on Tourism on the Edge have links to the places where we originally found them. If you see your photo here and want us to remove it, please say so by leaving a comment to the post where you saw your photo.