Exploring the world, one story at a time. Travel stories, adventures and photos from around the globe.
A morning stroll in the High Park, Toronto – continuation from part one, with more nature photos. Sometimes you have to look up to the sky, sometimes you have to look down to the earth, to discover things that you may not observe in your everyday routine. And having a companion, such as the small but mighty Ricoh GR III camera, will help you focus and come very close to the wonders of this planet.
Did you know Toronto has more than 1,500 parks? High Park, opened in 1876, is the largest one, with over one third of the park remaining in a natural state – wilderness alongside beautiful maintained gardens. High Park is famous for the cherry blossoms. Hiking trails, dog park, sports facilities and a beautiful lakefront. You can find even a small zoo!
During these times, there are almost no people in the park… On Sundays mornings you can have the park all for yourself! Before you go, you must take the Ontario Ministry of Health self-assessment for COVID-19.
Pokhara is a beautiful, quiet lakeside town in Nepal, where – if you are adventurous – you can try to live the hippie life as in the past, even if for few ephemeral moments.
“Pokhara is so beautiful that you will experience a myriad of unforgettable moments. You will never be able to get enough of Pokhara.” –
“The best things in life are free. The second best are very expensive.” – Coco Chanel
When it comes to fashion, the World is the wild west. But there is something untouchable for most people, but so desirable: haute couture, luxury fashion brands. From Toronto to Tokyo, Singapore to Geneva, Bangkok to Taipei, the beautiful, exquisite high-end fashion items are looking at us from windows displays, playing with our desires and pockets. Dolce Gabbana, Coco Chanel, Versace, Louis Vuitton, Moncler, Fendi are just a few. And I looked back, shooting them with a camera so I can take them home as a memento.
Travel is not only about visiting historical places or trying local dishes, but also going shopping – or maybe just “window shopping”.
When you see for the first time a shopping mall in North America is like love at the first sight. But when you discover Asia and its modern, architectural masterpieces and luxurious shopping malls, than you are in shock and awe. So amazing! And the service is second to none.