I’ve had the opportunity to visit various zoos around the world but none comes close to the quality, greenery and spaciousness of Singapore Zoo. Even before arriving at the zoo, on the bus ride from the city, it feels like entering a completely natural area with massive trees, a lake and plants of all shapes and shades of green. At the zoo there’re all kinds of animals from around the world – like lions, rhinoceros, chimps, kangaroos, lemurs, etc. Read More
We finally decided to visit Singapore again after our first visit 5 years ago. I think the first time we didn’t enjoy it as much because it was right after we moved to Hong Kong and everything seemed new, different, overwhelming and very hot! This time around we wanted to visit some of the popular areas but also some places off the beaten path. Read More
In celebration of World Book Day I thought I’d share with you 5 of my all-time favourite books. Don’t worry, this is not your typical list of book recommendations based on the most popular books of all times or of the winners of literature prizes. Read More
Bologna is a nice place to spend a few nights away from the swarms of tourists visiting the most popular places in Italy – Roma, Venice, Florence, etc – while still getting to enjoy the great things Italy has to offer – the food, the architecture, gelato, etc – . This was my second time visiting Bologna although this time I was there on business. Read More
Malta wasn’t at the top of my list of places in Europe that I really wanted to visit but we decided to visit the island because it was in the south of Europe and we wanted to enjoy the warm spring weather and to visit a new city, try new food, etc. Read More
Venice is without a doubt one of my favourite places to visit in Italy. The architecture, the food, the canals, everything is so beautiful that is easy to feel like in a fairytale by just walking down the street. There’re so many things to see and do there but I had to narrow down my options because I was visiting for only 36 hours.
If you’re are planning on visiting Southeast Asia you should add the Philippines to your list of places to go. The people are very friendly, it’s cheap and it has incredibly beautiful beaches and spots to snorkel – with colourful fish, corals and even turtles – . This video is a compilation of the tours we did in Palawan.