A photographic journey of Koh Lipe island, Thailand.
Peles Castle – one of the most beautiful castles in Europe
Flying Thai Airways for the first time was “smooth as silk”. Fasten your seat belts and enjoy the flight! “The First Choice Carrier with Touches of THAI” THAI Airways has its origins in 1960 as a joint venture between Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) and Thailand’s domestic carrier, Thai Airways Company.
Excitement and Entertainment in Lion City Check out 7 places to have fun in Singapore: Sentosa Island, Clarke Quay, the Raffles Hotel, Orchard Road, Club Street, Singapore Flyer and Geylang Red Light District.
First Day: Wrong Hotel and Still No Cash… Revamping some old stories from West Africa, with a hint of nostalgia and wanderlust. The African adventure happened in 2010/2011, after my Asia and Indochina tour. Africa is expensive and now I am relying on a volunteer nurse for one week-long trip to Dakar, Senegal, after spending, Read More
Revamping some old stories from West Africa, with a hint of nostalgia and wanderlust. The African adventure happened in 2010/2011, after my Asia and Indochina tour. After a short break in Bangkok coming from Cambodia, I started my long trip to West Africa: 40 hours! The Flight Bangkok to Cairo: 10 hours, Cairo to Lagos, Read More
The Future of Travel Media More than 600 travel bloggers, writers, podcasters, videographers and photographers from around the world attended the TBEX (Travel Blog Exchange) conference in Bangkok at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre, 15 – 17 October 2015. “The best blogging community are the travel bloggers because they’re very, very happy.” –, Read More
“The Fine City” The nickname for Singapore, “The Fine City”, has double meaning. In order to maintain the “public order” and to protect the “fine state” of Singapore, the Government has imposed a multitude of strict laws and hefty fines. Don’t risk being fined or worst, caned and jailed in Singapore. Besides the usual “No, Read More
October 1st is the World Sake Day and we are celebrating! Made from fermented rice, sake is the national beverage of Japan. Sake can be served at the room temperature, hot or cold – depending on the type of sake. With 18% – 20% alcohol, sake is not a strong drink. Easy to drink,, Read More
The Arab Quarter, Chinatown and Little India Singapore is a diverse melting pot of cultures and races, with four official languages: English, Malay, Tamil and Mandarin. Find Singapore’s traditional roots and enjoy the exotic sights and sounds of the Arab Quarter, Chinatown and Little India. The Arab Quarter Also known as Kampong Glam, the Arab Quarter is one of the most, Read More