Rome is the first city in Europe that I’ve returned to. The reason being I didn’t see what tourists typically come to see the first time around. It was a bit of a déjà vu coming out of a train in Roma Termini; (1.) the huge TERMINI sign at both ends of the station and […]
Archive | October, 2011
With the recent passing of Steve Jobs, let me jump on the bandwagon of apple lovers giving tribute to the modern day Michelangelo. I’m a recent apple convert having bought my first apple toy in 2009–Macbook Pro 13″. Truly as they say, once you go Mac, you can’t go back. And so when iPhone 4 […]
Alyn met me at the Verona train station at 9p.m. We’re meeting for the first time but I had no problem spotting her because she looks exactly like her sister, my friend, Ruby. She told me that her sister is on European Erasmus program and that I can visit or travel with her. Alyn and I […]
Venice is really one of the most unique places in the world. It’s built on 117 small islands connected by 409 bridges. Instead of having cars, people have boats. Water taxi and water metro in place of our land version. But the main mode of transport in exploring the city will be your feet.