Do you know what it means to be forever hungry?
To have a never-ending appetite,
To keep craving more,
To be constantly on the lookout for the next tasty bit?
If you answered these questions with a strong “yes”, you’ll feel right at home here. Launched in 2017 as a travel blog, it is evolving into a community of globetrotters, all suffering from the pleasure of wanderlust that pushes them to be curious, to travel, to discover the world and themselves. To live to the fullest.
I started this blog for various reasons. First, I was tired of going through travel websites where you have never-ending lists of tourist attractions with ratings and comments. It’s great they exist, but you can’t fit in 487 attractions into a weekend trip nor would you want to spend hours and days reading everything everybody had to say, looking at how far away the sites are from each other and wondering what is actually doable considering the opening hours and the fact that you should eat and sleep from time to time. Second, I had thousands of photos stored on my hard drive and way too many stories in my head that needed to be told… not to mention that considering my plans and dreams of new travels there are only going to be more. Third, and maybe the most important reason, is that I love both writing and inspiring people to gain new experiences.
That’s how Forever Hungry was born – the blog that helps travellers dream and make their trips absolutely unforgettable.
On these pages you’ll find stories and photos from faraway lands, among my opinions, remarks and practical information. How did it feel to be there? Was it really worth it? Did it change my life, or my perspective on certain things? You’ll be served all this information on a golden platter, so enjoy and take some home. And when you do, I’d love to hear about your own experiences!
The other part of this blog is my first big love that took my breath away at first sight: Vienna. I came to this city when I was 12 for a three-week long German course and that’s when I decided to live here. For six long years I was missing it as I would a lover, thinking of all possible ways to see each other again until I finished high school and was free to move. You can follow this love story with all its ups and downs, with things that still amaze me and others that I wouldn’t recommend, with events and people that give this city life – and get inspiration for spicing up your Viennese experience as well.
Hi, my name is Kasia Makusz, I’m a journalist and I’ve travelled as long as I remember. I’ve lived in Warsaw, Vienna and Madrid, explored numerous countries three continents so far and slept as soon as I got home. In Vienna, I study both Mass Media and Communication Science and Translation, enjoy this breath-taking city, dance salsa and plan my next trip.
Are you coming with me?