Once I booked my flights to Prague, I started asking around about what food was like. I got mostly negative responses… or at the most, indifferent. I was led to believe that I’d only like it if I liked really plain heavy food. So it was a complete surprise to find that Prague was such […]
Riding trains in Italy is like a free tour through the beautiful country… only it’s not actually free. But it’s really reasonable and much more enjoyable to take in the scenery than trying to navigate roads and parking (parking? What like that tiny spot there? Pfft). And you won’t be disappointed with the views: poppy […]
Curiosity is definitely one my character traits. I usually consider this a strength of mine, but it also gets me in trouble a lot. So I thought I’d share a few stories about my recent incidents where my curiosity got the better of me. I find that when I travel, I have the opportunity to […]
If you ever find yourself in Dalat, high up in the mountains in the south of Vietnam, then you should seriously consider spoiling yourself with an overnight stay in the Crazy House.
As I’ve travelled, I’ve given streets names of my own to help me navigate: coffee street, food street, bar street, temple street, etc. Unfortunately in Japan, I’ve had to add an extra name to a couple of the smaller towns: Groper Street. You see, as my friend and I were walking from the train to […]
Kanazawa, on Japan’s west coast, is known for it’s well-preserved houses and artefacts from the Edo-era when Samurai and Geisha were the norm. Here are some photos from my 2 days in Kanazawa in April 2017.
Ho Chi Minh City was one place that took longer for me to settle into, but within a few days I started to really like the city. Here are some of the photos from my time in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) in February 2017.
Lately, I’ve found myself tired most days. And don’t get me wrong, I’m still having an absolutely awesome time. I don’t know if I’ve become travel weary after 3 months of travelling, or maybe I just need a couple of good night’s sleep not in a dorm room. It’s a strange feeling for me. I’m […]
I’m sitting here, looking through the photos of the last few days, and I find myself completely overwhelmed with gratitude. The kindness that has been shown to me by people who were complete strangers is just incredible. It’s amazing how much impact this kindness can have, and how quickly strangers can turn to friends.