11 Months traveling – The numbers recap.Read more
Overheard at the Sacré Coeur:
Teenage guy : You dated Tyler??
Teenage girl : Yeah, didn’t you know that?
Teenage guy : Ewwww.. he wears crocs. That’s so gross.
Me : Word.
#Laststop #Aroundtheworld #Paris
” In Switzerland they had brotherly love – they had 500 years of democracy and peace, and what did that produce? The cuckoo clock. ” – Harry LimeRead more
“Think about all the beauty left around you and be happy” – Anne FrankRead more
Where beer wasn’t considered as an alcoholic beverage until 2011 (Business Insider)Read more
“You can leave Hong Kong, but it will never leave you.”
― Nury Vittachi, Hong Kong: The City of Dreams
Georgetown, Penang – Named 4th best place to retire by Forbes Magazine. I guess I’ll be back in a couple of years.Read more
I was pretty stoked about coming back to Thailand. After having spent over 3 months training Muay Thai in the Fall, coming back to the familiar BKK airport felt almost like coming back to a second home.Read more
Note to everyone ever planning to go to Vietnam – Don’t go for only two weeks – it is not enough. With four days left till the end of my stay in Vietnam, I had to make an almost impossible decision…Read more
Probably the most useful post you will find on this blog if you are planning for a journey abroad. Here is a guide on what to pack on your adventure of a lifetime in a hot and humid climate.Read more
Hoi An is Vietnam’s most atmospheric town. I fell in love at first sight with its old town’s grand architecture, scenic beaches and beautiful countryside.Read more
On the road impressions from Hanoi to Dalat to Nha Trang.Read more
My short four day stay introduction to Malaysia.Read more
What I learned in the Philippines.Read more
The other day, I was inspired by the Tortuga annual review to reflect on my own achievements and under-achievements or yet-to-be achievements of 2014.Read more
A summary of my 12 Week “Holistik” (that’s what the brochure said) Bootcamp experience at Camp Palapon in Hua Hin Thailand.Read more
They call Singapore “Asia for beginners”. At first sight it can be compared to a typical American concrete jungle, but if you take a closer look you will uncover a city where modern co-exits with tradition.Read more
Prendre le métro à Tokyo ou comment partir à la poursuite du fil d’Ariane.
Written by my travel partner in crime and loyal friend Charlotte.
“I hate to pack,
How am I going to cram in my new Mac?
What do I need to toss,
To pack like a boss?”