Forgive me for the radio silence. Spring snuck up on me and I was suddenly taken by the undeniable need to travel to some of the most amazing European cities (you feel me?) This first post-silence blog post will be about a city which for some obscure reason I had shockingly underrated and was very … More The most underrated city: Berlin
Today I am excited to share a very very special post on the blog. I had a chance to interview Sarah and Robbie Tripp, from Sassyredlipstick.com – If you have never heard of them (ehm, we will pretend that never happened), you better check their blog out. You might want to subscribe to their youtube channel too … More Talking travel (and more) with Sassy Red Lipstick’s power couple
I am sitting in the peaceful Kogod courtyard of Washington’s National Portrait Gallery, under the watchful eye of DC’s blue sky, courtesy of the modernist glass ceiling. It’s my penultimate day in the United States capital, the almost-conclusion to a very intense week of shadowing the US Government Affairs team of my company. While I … More An eye-opening trip to Washington DC
My best friend is a Parisian, and not one of the annoying stuck-up ones (no offense). She is the kind of Parisian that makes you think twice about the cultural stereotypes, and I love her for it. What I also love her for is that she gives me an excuse to regularly visit one of … More Where to fill your belly (and soul) in Paris
For the last leg of our Philippines adventure, having survived countless hours of plane, boat and bus riding, giant cockroaches and pretty much any stomach virus known to man, we rewarded ourselves with 6 days of blissful luxury and relax at the Shangri-La resort in Boracay. I don’t normally stay in luxury resorts, but having … More Welcome to Paradise – Should you go 5* luxury in Boracay, Philippines?
I don’t know if Paradise on earth exists, but the Bacuit Archipelago, in the Philippines, surely comes as close to it as I have seen. You might have heard of it, or know it better as El Nido, which is a little town in the north of Palawan, one of the best and most visited … More A one-way ticket to Paradise, please – El Nido and the Bacuit Archipelago
13.000 steps. 13 THOUSANDS. I though my phone was broken for a second there. Looking at the screen I was trying to figure out if I read it right, when a sudden burning pain on my right ass-cheek reminded me that yeah, 13.000 sounded about right. It was the end of our first full day … More Rice for days: climbing up and down the steps of the Batad terraces