Unquestionably, Amsterdam can also be a family destination. It's more than the 'coffee shop' and the red light district.
I admit, I judged Dubai. I was worried due to hear says and stories but I was wrong. Their culture is rich and something to be proud of, the places were clean, they have their own rules and manners they strictly implement. And I believe that these are the reasons why Dubai is prosperous before until now. Release your worries and meet Dubai!
Of all the things you need to guard while in Paris, guard your HEART because you might lose it in the city of LOVE.
If you might find Oslo boring during weekends, book a cruise and you'll surely have fun! 🙂
If you want to know how it feels to be in one of the richest cities in the world, spend a night or more in Abu Dhabi!
No matter how unlucky this trip started, it ended in a way that I would love to come back to shop, eat and discover more of HK and Macau. I am very excited to be back in a few weeks.
Lithuania is a perfect example of an underrated country and its about time to make the country well known.
To Zürich and the rest of Switzerland, I would love to see you again and I promise the next time we meet I will bring more people to see your greatness.
If you asked me 20 years ago of my dream city to visit, NO DOUBT it was London! If you ask me now of the city I will repeatedly visit and will never get tired of, ALWAYS LONDON. My favorite city, ever!
Boracay is a tropical island in the Philippines, approx. 45 mins. by plane from Manila. I have never been in any island in the PH (or any 'world known' tourist spot in my home country) and very funny, that my Norwegian and Swedish colleagues has a lot more to say about Bora, Palawan, or even Siargao, than me. Hahaha!