Visit Sydney’s creative Sculptures by the Sea [Bondi Beach]

Every year Sydney host’s the world’s biggest and amazing free to the public open air sculpture collection along the coast between Tamarama and Bondi Beach. This year you were able to discover 107 sculptures created from over 130 artist’s coming from 21 different countries! The sculptures are set along the coast line which provide you with a beautiful and different canvas along Sydney’s natural coastal walk to take pictures with. Check out the sculptures that were displayed here in spring 2018…

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Tiny travel guide on Lonely Beach [Koh Chang]

Koh Chang is Thailand’s second largest Island with about 5000 residents and means translated “Elephant Island” thanks to the shape of the island itself. It used to be a very remote and quiet island with only a few tourist appearing here and there. However due to the increase of tourism, Koh Chang has become more populated and therefore more  resorts and hotels have risen in the past decade. It is not as busy as Phuket or Koh Samui yet and therefore still a lovely destination for a more quiet holiday. However the peak season between the cooler month November to February can be very crowed, even on Koh Chang.  We visited Lonely Beach which is one of the furthest part of Koh Chang when leaving from the ferries. Come and check out what makes this little remote part of Koh Chang so attractive…

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Paris bicycle tour along the Seine! See the best of Paris in No-Time [How to rent a bike in Paris]

There are so many treasures to discover and things to do in Paris. The beauty is that most of the main attractions such as the Louvre, Notre Dame, the Eiffel Tower and the countless picturesque bridges of Paris are in plain view when cycling along the river Seine. Walking the distance would be a whole day event and result in very hurtful feet [I tried it and gave up at the Pont Alexandre III!] Thankfully you can see and reach all these main attractions in no-time with Paris’s public bicycle sharing system which is called Verlib! Super easy to use and to rent out! Find out how the bicycle sharing system works and pedal along the Seine to see the beauty of Paris with me…

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The Speicherstadt – Hamburg’s Grand ‘City of Warehouses’

The Speicherstadt is located in the city of Hamburg and known to be a major port city in North Germany. It is something to behold as this is the only location in the world where you will find a 130 years old “city” made out of warehouses which has been build on top of water! Come and check out one of Hamburg’s most visited Tourist attractions and one of UNESCOS World Heritage Sites… Read More

Discover Palermo: The Time-Honored City of Italy [Travel Guide on what to see in Palermo]

Palermo, what a surprisingly authentic, old and also modern city! This city has stunning Baroque buildings, multi-cultural people and lots of diverse markets! I loved getting “lost” in the side streets of Palermo as you got surrounded by mesmerizing old and new buildings as well as cute little markets where the Sicilian sold the goods by screaming them out! So come and get lost with me…

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The Island of Capri! An Unforgettable Boats-Tour!

I love coming back to Italy to eat amazing food, watch Italians move their hands in the air and to swim in the perfect temperature of the Mediterranean waters. The island of Capri is a beautiful little island with only two suburbs and this time around I indulged in a boatstour around the island of Capri and in this blog you will find out about pricing, what to expect and to see… Read More

Sydney’s picturesque coastal walk from Bronte to Bondi Beach

Strolling along the ocean, getting a nice sea breeze, smell the salt water and see the amazing coast line is one of the things you’ve got to do when visiting Sydney!!!  When too hot you can stop at any beach and go for a swim or stop for a lovely lunch on one of the countless cafes and restaurant situated along Bondi and even some along Bronte Beach 🙂

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Sydney’s Culinary and Multicultural Chinatown & The Haymarket’s

I just love Sydney’s Chinatown!!! It has the BEST ASIAN Food I have eaten so far and what makes it so awesome is that you find food from all Asian countries in one spot: from Thai to Korean, Chinese, Japanese over Malaysian Roti’s…It’s all here represented with its amazing restaurants and food courts. And right next door is Sydney’s Haymarket and of cause Darling Harbour… Come and take a walk with me 🙂

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