- XXXXXX – Road trip starring “le Chef, la Baronne, le Portugais, la Fille de la danseuse et la Belge”!
- XXXXXIX- Lake Titicaca, the name alone is funny!!
- XXXXXVIII – A completely unexpected, eventful and educational bus ride from Arequipa to Puno.
- XXXXXVII – Visiting the nun sisters and Petting Alpacas in Arequipa.
- XXXXXVI – Putting my “judgment” about Chile on hold…
Monthly Archives: January 2012
I didn’t stay long in Bangkok, just a couple of days. Enough time to meet up with a friend (Jessica), party, rest and plan my next destination. I found a cheap last-minute return flight to Cambodia. So I just grabbed the opportunity and hopped … Continue reading
I swear I must be the only person on this planet who didn’t know about this application, WhatsApp!! The worst is I actually have friends using it… and even my sister is using it!! You would believe that they would tell me about this … Continue reading
The famous Great Wall of China ! I just can’t leave Beijing without seeing the Great Wall of China. It’s like going to Paris and not seeing the Eiffel tour, going to Brussels and missing out on our famous little … Continue reading
A couple of months ago, I wrote a list of all things I so wanted to experience but never had the guts to do it! I had my 30 things to do before turning 30 (yeaaaah, I know it sounds cliché; I admit it!). To be … Continue reading
Let me first say that I am not an art critic, or art expert, but I’ve always enjoyed visiting art galleries and photography exhibits, seeing Italian opera’s and American musicals, going to theatres & stand-up comedy shows, listening to classical music,… Well, let’s … Continue reading
Churches, basilicas, abbeys, monasteries, and cathedrals are numerous in Europe. These holy places are often popular tourist sites. Some people might not understand why… But I actually think that you can appreciate the beauty of some sacred places, whether you’re a believer or an … Continue reading
The next item on my list was exploring the Hutongs – “narrow streets or alleys” in the North East neighbourhood of Beijing. In fact, these small alleys are formed by lines of traditional, tiny houses with courtyards. There’s really not … Continue reading