Some people will tell you there’s not much to do in Marrakech and you can get bored quickly. The first part may be true: you do not have dozens of places to visit. The second is completely false: try to walk between them, get lost through the squares, observing the city’s own life and the…
There is a small but interesting museum in Grand-Place in Brussels: The Beer Museum (Het Brouwershuis / La Maison des Brasseurs). The museum was opened in the XVIth century and reveals another side of the city and its history. A history sprinkled with beer Belgium has a long tradition in manufacturing many types of beer.…
I’ve been one week on Ammouliani Island and I had the chance to stay at two hotels there. One is Sunrise Hotel, located at approximately 250 meters from the port, on the shore of the sea.
Being here, SEA Aquarium Sentosa was the second thing on the list after Marina Bay. I could not miss what was, until 2014, the largest Marine Park in the world. Then, the Chinese made a bigger one!
Petra is one of the world’s largest archaeological site and it has a place on the list of the seven modern wonders. The ancient city was founded in 600 BC, when the Nabataeans, nomadic Arab people, settled here. Although not so well known as the Egyptians or Romans, the Nabataeans played an important role in the history of the time, because they managed to establish a big kingdom up to Syria with a thriving and rich capital: Petra.
Kiev is a diverse cultural center and it has three million inhabitants. It is a capital that stretches over hills and islands surrounded by the river, all connected by bridges and underground lines.
There are some places I’ve been that made me feel little and insignificant, giving me a strange sensation of joy at the same time. It is curious how a building – museum, church or skyscraper – can change you the perspective you have of your own self.