Vietnam. While searching for lesser known spots around famous tourist destinations, I got to know John-Paul, who embarked on a sailing ship marvelling at limestone formations right next to the overcrowded Halong Bay. Want to know how his story went? Could that maybe even be an option for your next trip?
Vietnam. This mesmerising viewpoint is situated in Ha Long City and difficult to find at first. But once you found the spot, you will be mesmerised by the view! In this article I will explain in detail how you can reach this hidden gem, join me!
Vietnam. You are looking for a place off-the-grid, where you can let yourself unwind from some exhausting days of backpacking through Vietnam? Join me on my journey through Co To island and learn further how to get there and what to expect from this oasis of untouched nature.
Vietnam. I decided to relax a bit in Hanoi before discovering a new country and approached the city in a culinary way, trying out lemon tea, egg coffee and pho. Never heard of it? This way, please.
Vietnam. Join me on a virtual tour through the city through the eyes of my camera lense, with which I want to make you more familiar with the Saigonese lifestyle.
Desserts are a great way to end a satisfying meal in almost every culture in the world. The Subindian continent has its own set of dishes, which will be presented in this short article. Hungry mouths should not look at this post ;)
Rwanda. Today I want to give you some insights in Rwandese music. Come and let's listen to a wonderful, traditional song together!
A quite honest post about learning to value the small things in life and to give appreciation some chance to evolve.
Tanzania. Zanzibar - an UNESCO World Heritage Site, a "spice island", a melting pot of several cultures and the kilometre-long, paradisiac beaches. Yearly more and more visitors are fascinated by its "exoticness". But does tourism bring exhaustive welfare to the island? A devastating picture of a dream island.
Dim sum, grilled seafood, dried seafood, tofu, exotic fruits, pastries, desserts, soft ice, frest coconut milk, bubble tea... Although Hong Kong, like every big city, has a great variety of food from everywhere in the world, Hong Kong's speciality is the Street Food. Here are my five personal favorites!