Nelieta Mishchenko is the author of Nelmitravel.com and is currently based in Argentina where she is the owner of Hostel Tinktinkie with her husband Andrey. She is originally from South Africa.
Nelmitravel.com is a budget and adventure travel site. Here she writes about all travel related issues including Accommodation, Airports and Airlines, food and even gadgets. She is a keen photographer and photos on her site are carefully chosen to reflect her individual style.
Nelieta is always looking for a new adventure and is trying to travel as cost effective as possible.
Zadar Airport transfer for Groups of all sizes It is always complicated to make travel arrangements for large groups and families, especially where transport is concerned. If you are planning to travel to Croatia and need transport for a large group then it is wise to pre-book the services of a reputable company. Pre-booking your […]
A Huge Luis Vuitton trunk on red square upset many. Muscovites were outraged last week, when a huge Luis Vuitton trunk was assembled on the historical Red Square. The 30-foot-tall and 100-foot-long suitcase was strategically placed in front of GUM Department Store and Lenin`s Mausoleum. The trunk dominated Red Square and even St. Basils Cathedral had to fight for a […]
Subte or Metro in Buenos Aires and how to use it Using the subte or metro in Buenos Aires is very easy. It is only in Buenos Aires city where you will find a metro or subway. There are in total 6 lines: A to E and H. Line A is the oldest line and […]
Most effective way of packing a suitcase Packing a suitcase or a backpack for a trip is a difficult task especially if you are a chronic over-packer. Have you ever searched your suitcase for “something” and you could have sworn you packed it in? Then you fall into the for-getter category. I fall into both […]
Traditional Russian Wool Shawls in Moscow Walking through one of the markets in Moscow, I saw the most beautiful Russian wool shawls. They vary in print, size and color but it was the bright red ones that caught my eye immediately. They can be used as shawls or scarves and are made from 100% pure […]
Hvar Croatia Summer Vacation Hvar is nestled between the islands of Brač, Vis and Korčula and is often called the crown jewel of the Dalmatian Archipelago. It`s been a popular getaway for many years. Even the Romans enjoyed a Hvar Croatia summer vacation! Guesthouse Zakaria is the ideal accommodation for your summer holiday. More about Guesthouse Zakaria It […]
Fiumicino International Airport or Leonardo da Vinci Aiport Fiumicino or Leonardo da Vinci International Airport is the largest airport in Italy and one of the busiest. If it is your first visit to this beautiful and historical city, then it is advisable to book a Fiumicino Aiport Transfer to Rome through a reputable transport company. How far […]
Anne frank–The Diary of a Young Girl This is a book review of “The Diary of a young girl” by Anne Frank. Recently I had the opportunity to read the diary that she kept while she was hiding, in secret rooms for more than 2 years, during World War II. She entered the Annex when […]
Troitskaya Tower – An overview of the Kremlin Towers The Troitskaya Tower is the most important and tallest of all the Kremlin towers. It is very interesting to note that the Kremlin has no less than 20 separate defense towers. They all have different heights, shapes, names, features and histories. At the top of the towers […]
The great escape from Stalag Luft III Nazi camp and our fallen heroes. I receive a monthly newsletter with news from South Africans living abroad. The newsletter is a treat, because it is written in my native language Afrikaans. Today a very interesting article by a lady living in Poland caught my eye. Karen Kuhn wrote […]