Archive for the ‘Travelling’ Category

Here are five things that might not be well described in tour guide books, yet you need to know them before going to Dead Sea, the lowest point on Earth.

Many travellers recommend visiting Petra overnight because there is a lot to see that cannot fit in 2 hours of how long my tour was. However, if you are pressed for time, you can still visit this wonder of the world in one day.

There was plenty of conflicting information on the Internet and in tour guide books, which made me decide to write a blog entry on how to go Bethlehem and to visit the birthplace of Jesus Christ.

Culture, history, food and natural beauty are usual aspects of travelling that one is exposed on a vacation, but never before has it happened to me that I got a sense of what really this planet was before the beginning of time… Standing on the coastal ledge less than 30 m from us, lava was flowing into the Pacific Ocean…

Wynnwood Walls is a revitalized industrial area in downtown Miami that boosts with creativity and originality. This burst of colour is so visually pleasing…

There are certain things that none of tour guide books, travel blogs or friends’ personal stories warned me about Cambodia. Therefore, if you are planning to go to Siem Reap to visit Angkor Wat temples, you should know that…

The Beach


History, culture, cuisine and natural beauty are just a few reasons why tourists visit Thailand. My personal one was a desire to be a beach bum and to chase sun across the Pacific while the temperatures in Toronto were dropping below -35C. And so I did.

…Therefore, for anyone who is going to Vegas for the first time, the trip is nothing else but a gamble. Here are some misconceptions about the Sin City, which I realized after my first visit in November.

I do not know what happened, but the days of “f*ck off” attitude are gone amongst New Yorkers.

This is a hidden gem of North America full of energy, great food and friendly people; a place with most museums in the world and greenery that engulfs urban development. As to me, the city is nothing else but 5 things: happiness, friendship, chaos, traffic, and unforgettable times.