There is a reason why I’m writing about beaches in UK. Actually I have a few reasons, here they are: It’s officially summer. I don’t know what made it official really, but I’ve been hearing it since a few days ago. Summer and beaches are synonymous to me.
The Salvador Bahia carnival lasts 6 days and has the unique arrangement where the participants are identified through wearing abadas, whose purchase gives the wearer the privilege of accompanying a bloco during the carnival, or as a ticket to the vip lounges known as camarotes, where celebrities perform, food & drinks are served and more.
If you’re looking for exciting and unusual things to do this summer, you have to know about La Tomatina, one of Spain’s most unique events that’s notorious for being absolutely crazy, utterly messy, and most importantly of all – ridiculously fun!
In the beginning of my trip, a friend gave me a backpack flag of Israel. Since it was the first country, it seemed like a cool idea to fill my bag with flags as I go along. But it turned out backpack flags isn’t as popular as fridge magnets, postcards or mugs as travel souvenirs. In fact, I forgot all about this plan of collecting flags. I don’t think I encountered them at all in Europe.
It may as well be considered as the heart of Europe, as most of the EU offices reside in its European Quarter, but Brussels maintains a distinct Belgian attitude. Nestled between the Netherlands and France, there’s plenty to love visiting the city in a short amount of time. Brussels is served by its international airport, […]
I was supposed to fly to Palermo after Rome to meet with Michele, an Italian friend who lived in the Philippines. But 5 days before, he wrote that he’s been invited by his friend to Ibiza. He wanted to see me he said, but also wants to go to Ibiza. I’m invited to come along […]