If it’s true that first impressions tend to last, my idea of Seoul would be one of futuristic looking cityscapes, locals adorned with modern accessories and an efficiency that only well planned contemporary cities manage to achieve. That is one of the obvious sides of Seoul, no doubt about that. … more »
The best Jok ever!
No, that’s not a typo, I am not talking about a joke, although it is pronounced joke. Jok is a comforting rice porridge that is a staple breakfast in many parts of Thailand. As a person who didn’t eat rice or rice derivatives for breakfast, the idea always struck me … more »
The Littlest Guesthouse: biggest hospitality in Bangkok
Thailand is popularly known as “The Land of Smiles” and when you check-in at The Littlest Guesthouse in Bangkok you can immediately understand why. Although it was well after dark when we arrived, we were received into a friendly homely atmosphere by the lively Phụ̂ng. The Littlest Guesthouse is a … more »
Spiritual Pisac at Chaskawasi Hotel
Pisac is known to be a spiritual destination in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, in Peru. When arriving in the Valley, even if you fly directly into the city of Cusco, Pisac is a perfect town to spend a few days and get yourself acclimatized before getting too physically … more »
Hotel Boutique Casa Villa welcomes you to Arequipa!
Our first proper stop in Peru after crossing the boarder from Chile was Arequipa. The city is known for it’s charming historical center, impressive view of the volcano Misti and also as departure point to explore the Colca Valley, where the world’s deepest canyon is located. We spent 4 … more »
Semilla Verde Lodge: enjoying the cool Galapagos highlands
Semilla Verde Lodge is not your typical Galapagos lodge. While most hotels are by the ocean, Semilla Verde offers a very pleasant alternative in the highlands of the island of Santa Cruz. About 10 minutes taxi ride away from downtown Puerto Ayora, we found the highlands to be very relaxing … more »