You already know who I am and what I do. In the coming months you will find out where I have traveled in the past 10 years, what I enjoyed and what I recommend. I have traveled to 22 countries on 2 continents. Time is my main enemy right now… Read More →
10 days spent in Cape Town and I hardly managed to see something inside the city. After the Table Mountain Hiking and the Shark Diving Experience I was ready, yet, for another escape from the city. Image how many days you will need during the summer to visit and to… Read More →
I had this post on my mind for several weeks but after Silvia comment and her thought about good internet connection in Africa I decided to write it sooner than planned. Do you know what’s a traveler biggest fear? The stealing of his laptop? Getting injured? Losing his credit card? Well,… Read More →
Scary story: two girls, traveling by night in Zambia. They were retuning to their place by a local cab. Suddenly, the taxi driver stops the car and..imagine the surrounding: everything dark, no one on the road.; only 2 of them with him. He turns around and with his white… Read More →
You can take the easy one – by flight – or the very long way: by train. Since I had plenty of time I decided to experiment both ways. By plane from Johannesburg to Cape Town and by train from Cape Town to Jo’Burg. For the flight ticket I decided… Read More →
No sanitary controls and still the food cooked in not a proper kitchen, does not kills anyone. Photo taken in Vietnam at the Bac Ha Market.
Research is important while you travel. Because, if you don’t have time and the budget is limited you might miss some important landmarks. And going back to the same place again is not a 100% thing. You might not even go there again. And when returning home you will discover… Read More →
Photo taken in Brussels, summer of 2012.
This was not the first museum of this kind visited. So more or less I had a imagine about how it will be. Before was the Uprising Museum in Warsaw – an excellent one and The Killing Field in Laos – even if its has a different approach but well… Read More →
It took us more than one day to arrive to Pomfret. We have seen the signs only few km away from the town. Like it did not exist it. Actually it does not exist on any south african agenda; either black, afrikaans or coloured. Lets rewind the time a bit…. Read More →
Plain of Jars: Also known as the South-East Asian version of Stonehenge. The Plain of Jars is dated to the Iron Age (500 BCE to 500 CE). Photo taken in January 2010, Laos.