During my recent visit to Cape Town, South Africa I made it a point to visit Cape Point, the southern-most tip of the African continent. I was astonished by the emotions that took over me standing on the edge of the sheer cliff face, the pure, cleansing smell of mixed Indian and Atlantic Ocean sea Continue reading...

For years, Tokyo occupied the top position as the world's most expensive city. Due to the Japanese yen's depreciation, as well as high appreciation of other countries' currencies, the city has dropped a few positions and is now the sixth most expensive on earth. According to the US magazine The Economist's Cost of Living survey Continue reading...

My last trip to Buenos Aires was an unusual one for me. Rather than travelling on my own or with a friend, this time I had my mother and sister accompanying me. For that reason, I needed a room that could accommodate three people, without compromising comfort and space. Searching for accommodation on Booking.com, I Continue reading...

Istanbul is one of those cities with so much to offer, that one would need a few days to see the most important sights. With history dating back to 660 BC, nowadays flocks of tourists visit the city to enjoy its world class museums, historical sites, rich cuisine and wide range of hotels. Recently, on a Continue reading...

Macau, the Old Portuguese enclave in Asia, always lived in my imagination. To me it was that far away land, where people still spoke Portuguese, where everyone ate smoked cod and "pastéis de Belém". I was determined to visit the city if I ever went to China. Then, once upon a time, a young, free-spirited Continue reading...

There was I, staring down at the emerald waters in this massive hollow on the limestone. The water was as green as I had seen on pictures the week before, and the surprise stop at this small park by the road, just made that moment more remarkable.We had stopped at Bimah Sinkhole, located at the Continue reading...