Tag: #sightseeing

July 22, 2017 / / Expat

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…

June 24, 2017 / / Travel

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…

February 18, 2017 / / Expat

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 🙂

February 4, 2017 / / Expat

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 🙂

January 1, 2017 / / Expat

I wish you all a wonderful a happy New Year and an amazing start into 2017!!! I hope you had a fantastic NYE celebration no matter where in the world you are! We celebrated NYE at the Mekong/Tonal Sap River in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. At first we were not even sure if they even celebrated NYE – but they did!! Though very different from what I am used to…

November 18, 2016 / / #restaurant

Always wanted to experience the exotic and colorful beauty of Asia? See vibrant colours of beautifully diverse flowers, listening to different languages and hear relaxing music in the air? Yeah Elizabeth Gilbert got that one right when travelling to Ubud in Bali! I can imagine back when she went to Bali it sure was extremely quiet and peaceful. Thankfully not all is lost in Ubud and you can still experience the Balinese culture, their friendliness as well as experience their delicious foods and find one of the most detailed art in jewelry I saw in South East Asia! Though I can imagine that it sure was less touristy than it is now… Nonetheless check out what I experienced whilst visiting Ubud for 6 weeks in March from getting out of the plane all they way to leaving Ubud to get to Kuta Bali….