New York is the childhood dream of any traveler. Only the thought of crossing the ocean and getting to the world’s most famous and busy city cheered me up terribly. As soon as I got there, I switched to another dimension: where everything was immense. I felt like Alice in the Wonderland. And I started so…
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…
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.
Ávila is a hill town at 1131 meters altitude, on the banks of the Adaja River. From far away you can see the massive walls with dozens of defense towers – best preserved from all over Spain. The walls of Ávila have been declared a National Monument in 1884. The old town with all the churches inside and outside the fortification are UNESCO patrimony since 1985.
„The colors of the chaos in Ho Chi Minh” is about the atmosphere in the Vietnamese city, about the places I visited and experiences I had there. Is about tastes, perfumes, colors, sounds, architectures, cultures and lifestyle – all of them fascinating for the European eyes.
Bangkok, one of the capital with the most tourists in the world, is a very crowded and chaotic city. Sincerely, it did not impressed me so much, because I had some very high expectations. This was due to its fame and its own advertising. Even so, I enjoyed a lot some particular things and activities.