When you’re on a tight schedule and would like to squeeze in as much experience as possible, I strongly advise you to spend one day in Luxembourg City. It doesn’t matter if it’s a flight connection, a train journey or simply involves stopping by this tiny European country when traveling by car. It’s one of […]
When you land at Palma de Mallorca airport there is a high chance you are already in your flip flops rubbing on sun cream while the plane still drives to the terminal. I don’t blame you – most people spend close to nothing here and head straight to one of island’s many resorts. Not me, […]
It’s easy to fall into the tourist trap and find yourself jumping from one popular place to another. Especially along with 50 million other people coming to New York City every year (crazy, right?). Avoid tourists What I propose instead is to stay away from tourists to get your own feel of the city. Without […]
I have never been to London, but all stereotypes about it somehow made me feel otherwise. You know how you almost always hear bunch of stories about something that turn out to be rather exaggerated? Well, this story is from the other bunch.
For the second time my life brought me to Barcelona in November. I have only 2 explanations to this – either there is a hidden Catalan message I didn’t get the last time, or it’s the universe telling me I need to get the last glimpse of summer before winter. We didn’t have much time […]
If there was an Amsterdam in Asia, there is no doubt it would be Bangkok. It looks like there are no restrictions on “having fun” here. The nickname “Sin City” itself suggests that there are many opportunities to do so. Looking up “night in Bangkok” in the Internet leaves you with a question “are there […]
Bangkok. To my opinion the city was rather precisely presented in the Hangover movie. It’s big, it’s crazy and it has its own character which is not so easy to handle. You can’t be too careful here, as there is just too much happening, too many distractions and too many people exploiting this. Don’t get […]
Expectations are tricky – you form them before you even do something and base them on limited information, experience, or knowledge. I had my own before I came to Jakarta, but I can safely say that they were nowhere as near as what I’ve experienced in this vibrant city.