About us

This is the blog about traveling trips that we have always dreamt of.
My wife and I decided to continue our lives the way we have always wanted, even after our kids were born.
We met during our student years, working at the biggest cinema multiplex in Ljubljana, Slovenia. We have both studied to become teachers, which we became a few years after we met each other. Since then my wife Tina continues to work as teacher while I went in completely opposite direction.
We got married in 2007 and after two years we had our beautiful boy Svit. In 2012 we were blessed with a lovely daughter named Nia, preemie born in 27th week of pregnancy.

Khao San Road, Bangkok, Thailand

So we are now a family of 4 and a German Boxer named Athos. In our blog we’ll share with you the trips we took in past years. And when the time will  allows us, we will also share our pre-baby era adventures.

So, who we are?

Taking a break in Malacca, Malaysia

DAMJAN: a professor of Slovene language and theology with a passion for travel. For past few years I’m working in cinema business (yes, there where my wife and I met years ago)

On the rooftop in Rome, Italy


TINA: my wife is elementary school teacher, who loves working with kids and she’s also an excellent mom to our two babies.

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Steering the longtail boat into Koh Phi Phi Don, Thailand

SVIT: he’s 7 yo boy in his second year in Elementary School. He likes travelling, cycling, walking our dog and he absolutely adores his little sister. He’s  turning into experienced traveler as the years go by.

Posing at Sunčana Uvala Bay, Mali Lošinj, Croatia

NIA: we were pregnant with her on our Malaysian trip. A few months later she has decided that she wants to see the world earlier as planned. She was born in 27th week of pregnancy and she  has spent nine weeks in hospital before she could come home. Now she’s a healthy baby ready to take on the world and everything that comes along.


5 thoughts on “About us”

  1. What a fun outlook on life you have. Your kids are lucky to grow up seeing the world. They’ll always have a love and appreciation of other cultures and understand that while people may look different, we are really all the same. Looking forward to reading your blog.

    1. Hi Geaniemarie,
      Thank you so much for your kind words as we are really trying to teach our kids to appriciate other cultures by traveling and having fun doing it. Please keep on reading our blog and stay safe and travel!

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