Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic A Fairytale Town by JetSettingFools.com

Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic: A Fairytale Town

Once upon a time in the land of Bohemia, there was a beautiful town nestled on the banks of a curving river. On top of a craggy hill was a mighty castle where the royal family lived. Through the centuries, the town retained its medieval appearance; it escaped destruction by war or natural disaster.… Read the rest


Our 20 Best Instagram Photos of 2016

Year in Review: Our 20 Best Instagram Photos of 2016

As we reflect on our travels in 2016, we are digging through the archives and reviewing the past year via our JetSetting Fools Instagram account (@JSFtravel). In an effort to wrap the past 365 days of travel into one post, we’ve picked our 20 best Instagram photos of 2016 that reflect our travel experiences this year.… Read the rest


Visit Plitvice Lakes National Park Croatia in Autumn a Photo Essay JetSettingFools.com

Visit Plitvice Lakes in Autumn: A Photo Essay

Besides the dramatic coastline, Plitvice Lakes is Croatia’s most well-known natural wonder. The chain of 16 lakes filled with vivid blue water are linked by a series of waterfalls. Streaming, thundering, tumbling and babbling, the flowing water has carved a deep canyon into the limestone rocks.… Read the rest


PIcture PIran A Slovenia Photo Essay JetSettingFools.com

Picture Piran: A Slovenia Photo Essay

Charming. Lovely. Appealing. Enchanting. These are just a few adjectives that could be used to describe the peninsula town of Piran, Slovenia. Picture Piran: the stunning turquoise sea surrounds three sides of the town that is situated between Italy and Croatia on Slovenia’s 29 miles of coastline.… Read the rest


Lake Bohinj Pictures: A Slovenia Photo Essay

We departed the bus at the Ribcev Laz bus stop near the southeast corner of Lake Bohinj, Slovenia where the Sava Bohinjska River begins, flowing east from the lake. We had been following the curves of the river since we departed Lake Bled, watching through the window as the limpid water streamed in the direction opposite of us.… Read the rest


Iceland in Wintertime Vik Black Sand Beach JetSettingFools

Iceland in Wintertime: A photo essay

We were in Iceland for less than 100 hours – 98 hours, to be exact. In that time, I managed to click the shutter on my camera more than 2000 times. I try to practice self-restraint, but with the beauty of Iceland in wintertime, I had zero willpower.… Read the rest


Beek-Ubbergen, Netherlands in PIctures - Beek-Ubbergen Center Square - JetSetting Fools

Beek-Ubbergen, Netherlands in Pictures: a photo essay

During our time housesitting in the Netherlands, we’ve seriously buckled down to accomplish some much needed work on our blog and social media. We’ve spent way too many hours staring into computer screens. Thankfully, we have a dog to walk twice a day and that is forcing us out of the house.… Read the rest


Nijmegen Netherlands in Pictures The Weigh House on Grote Markt JetSetting Fools

Nijmegen, Netherlands in Pictures: A Photo Essay

Nijmegen, Netherlands in pictures is a compilation of our 13 best photos of Netherlands’ oldest city. During our two-month stay in the nearby village of Beek-Ubbergen, we made several trips into the city – and were able to capture the beauty of Nijmegen, Netherlands in pictures.… Read the rest


Perast Montenegro Island JetSeting Fools

Best of 2015: Our 20 favorite Instagram Photos

As we close out 2015 and head into the new year, we can’t help but look back at our previous 12 months of travel – and we’re doing so by looking through our favorite Instagram photos of 2015.

We started the year in Italy, bounced through the Balkans and Eastern Europe, made a quick stop in Dublin and experienced London with our first housesitting assignment.… Read the rest


Sarajevo, Bosnia i Herzegovina Memorial to the Children Fountain

20 years after the Siege of Sarajevo: A photo essay

We visited Sarajevo 20 years after the Siege of Sarajevo and realized it’s a city that is still very much in recovery. Although it seems nearly impossible to visit Sarajevo without at least some knowledge of the war that occurred there, it would be equally impossible to go and not notice the marks left from almost four years of fighting.… Read the rest