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Hoi-An, Vietnam

Top 5 Attractions in Hoi An

Exploring Hoi An Vietnam is not just limited to the popular cities of Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh alone. There is so much more to see and discover beyond these ... Read More
Copenhagen, Denmark - Global Storybook

Copenhagen – The Vibrant City of Towers

Copenhagen (or København in Danish) is the capital city of Denmark, a small country that belongs to the Nordic region ... Read More
A Country of Strangers by David K. Shipler

Multiracial USA: A Country of Strangers

Book: “A Country of Strangers - Blacks and Whites in America” Author: David K. Shipler Publisher: Vintage Books, New York, ... Read More
Bucatini all'Amatriciana

Bucatini all’Amatriciana – The Original Recipe

Bucatini all'Amatriciana is another traditional Italian dish from Amatrice. Amatrice is a small village close to the city of Rieti, ... Read More


Travel Stories

Olango Island

It’s More Fun In The Philippines

The Philippines... A dream destination with it's many magical islands full of white sand, palm trees and crystal clear water. It's not hard to guess why this tropical paradise made ... Read More
Caldeirão of Corvo Island Azores

The Caldeirão of Corvo Island (Azores)

The smallest of the islands in the Azores archipelago is Corvo. Isolated in the western section of the chain and neglected by most travelers to the Azores, Corvo has surprised ... Read More
Koh Similan Panorama

Similan Islands: A Paradise Awaiting You!

Similan Islands are located just 84 km from the crowded island of Phuket. Today there are eleven islands that are part of the Similan Archipelago. Koh Similan is one of ... Read More
Orangutans at Sepilok

A Walk on the Wild Side – Finding Orangutans in Borneo

Borneo was high on the list of places to discover, mainly because we were dying to find orangutans in the jungle. What we didn't anticipate was the multitude of activities ... Read More

Rabac – “The Pearl of The Kvarner Bay”

Rabac is a beautiful small Croatian resort town on Kvarner Bay, on the eastern coast of Istria, halfway between Rijeka and Pula. You haven’t heard about the place yet? Well, ... Read More
Sunset at La Plancha

Chasing sunsets in Bali

It's almost impossible to watch a sunset and not dream - Bern Williams A short flight from Australia, beautiful Bali was the first stop on our worldwide adventure. 6 days ... Read More

Solo Travel

Casablanca, Morocco
It was my mom who introduced me to the idea of visiting Morocco. She hasn't been there herself, but she expressed a strong desire to go ... Read More

Crazy, Chaotic, Exotic – Solo Girl’s Adventures in Morocco

Elephant wrapping her trunk over my head to get treats.
“Whenever elephants met men, elephants fared badly…in India and southern Asia, elephants became the mounts of kings; tanks against forts, prisoners' executioners, and pincushions of arrows, ... Read More

Thailand: Elephant Play in a Responsible Way

Aruba - Global Storybook
Aruba is a paradise with a big letter P! I have visited tons of beaches all across the World, so with a heaps of material to ... Read More

Aruba – Where Paradise Becomes Reality

Copan Ruinas
Honduras is not particularly known as the safest country in the world. Two of the biggest cities in Honduras, the capital Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula, ... Read More

Honduras – Perfect Beaches and Maya Ruins

Local Stories

Alex Fogo the DJ That Doesn’t Curse

My Wednesday Friend invited me to attend Nervous Records Release Party yesterday. And I went because I like nervous people. Also, don't get overwhelmed by records release party fancy words, ... Read More
Stormsriver suspension bridge

Garden Route – Step Into Nature

With all the focus and tourist sites directing you straight to the Mother City of Cape Town (of course there's no doubt how beautiful it is) - just a few ... Read More
My happy childhood

My Happy Childhood – in My Small, Unhappy World.

I never thought that writing about your own life can be so difficult. You might think that you’ve certainly got all the facts right, and yes you know the story, ... Read More
Dia Beacon

Dia Beacon – The Far Away Place With Erotic Poems

I'm done bitching about looking for an apartment in New York. Because against all odds I found one, and managed to put together some quality material. Don't quote me on ... Read More
Little fella at the Met

Museum Mile: How to Stay Classy and Cheap

So the Tuesday of June 16th, I attended a pretty cool event called Museum Mile Festival, and it's where all the New York's museums located on the Fifth Ave open ... Read More

I’ve never been to Indonesia, but I’ve been to Bali!

Two words: True story. During my time living abroad, I’ve met people who have never heard of Indonesia before. But, when I mention Bali, they often recognize the island. And ... Read More

Arthur Kill Ship Graveyard: Ghosts Stole My Drone

How awesome was my weekend? Pretty damn awesome. Because that's what happens when you plan well. Or when you plan activities that you actually look forward to. And I look ... Read More
Sushisamba, NYC

Saturday in Manhattan, Sort of…

So… Saturday in New York. What to wear and what to do. Wear whatever the hell you want. But if you’re in New York make sure it’s like stylish and ... Read More


A Country of Strangers by David K. Shipler

Multiracial USA: A Country of Strangers

Book: “A Country of Strangers - Blacks and Whites in America” Author: David K. Shipler Publisher: Vintage Books, New York, 1998 There is no better way to learn more about ... Read More
In the land of invisible women by Qanta Ahmed

In The Land of Invisible Women

Book: “In The Land of Invisible Women” Author: Qanta A. Ahmed, MD Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc. 2008 What goes on behind the impenetrable veil of Saudi Arabia's society? How do the ... Read More

Weekend Travel

Berg Lake, Canada

The Most Epic Hike in Canada – Berg Lake!

Located within the Mount Robson Provincial Park in British Columbia, Berg Lake is a sight to behold. Its beautiful turquoise lake is dotted with icebergs all year round and the glacier groans day and night ... Read More
Utah, Grand Canyon

Utah – Travel To The Orange Lands

I went away for several days last week. And we went to Arizona and Utah to look at a bunch of canyons and canyon related stuffs. And although I was sort of looking forward to ... Read More

Budget Travel

Iceland on a Budget

Visit Iceland on a Budget: 7 Main Tips

It is been a well-known fact that Iceland is one of the most expensive destinations in the World. You cannot simply dismiss this knowledge with the usual: "Oh, I'll just ...
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