AFRICA NOT FOR BACKPACKERS ?

  How many people do you know who travel Africa regularly and often? How many people travel Asia or South Africa? I am guessing that at least few of your friends travelled to Thailand, Bali or Peru last year only and maybe one who travelled Africa in the same time? Am I correct? Yes? So…

1 YEAR OF TRAVELLING THE WORLD

 ” Travelling the world for few months or a year “   ” Visiting different countries, staying in a different city or a village for a week or two “   ” Meeting different people every single day, making friends from around the world “   For many of us that is a very far…

HOMELESS VLOGGER

I am almost 30 years old now and I really believe that we – in itself create ourselfs and we can literally become what ever we wish if we are hardworking & patient enough – sometimes it might take a while to get somewhere we want to get. However not all the ideas we have…

Dubaj – wszystko dla pieniędzy

To w jakim Dubaju żyjesz w dużym stopniu zależy od tego ile zarabiasz i jaką pracę wykonujesz. A ta coraz czesciej zależy od doswiadczenia i nadal w bardzo duzym stopniu od posiadanej narodowosci. Dubaj to bowiem miasto dużych skrajności i życ tutaj można na bardzo wiele sposobów – biednie, normalnie lub zupelnie po królewsku. Mozna…

Kinh Wave: the beginning

Sapa town is one of Vietnam’s most popular tourist destinations, where most inhabitants are from ethnic groups such as Hmong, Red Yao, Tay, Giay, Xa Pho. The Vietnamese majority – Kinh is only made up of about 17% population in Sa Pa (Sa Pa population statistic in 2009). At the end of 2014, Ha Noi…

Fall in love in Levant Street Food

Zaroob – one of the first places and food concept that truly amazed me in Dubai. I already loved levant cuisine – probably it’s is my favouirite till now. But the concept of the place is just genius in its simplicity. Here you can watch our short video from the opening: Zaroob was launched in…

Orphanage in Bali

You are taking me to the orphanage today? Seriously? It’s my holiday dude! And you are taking me to the orphanage? That was pretty much my first reaction when the manager of the hotel informed me that the package of my stay includes different activities and that tomorrow they are going to take me to the orphanage. I had just…

Formula 1 & Working in Media

Working in media isn’t for people who prefer a regular lifestyle and that need to have everything planned and organized. There is always something spontaneous happening and always something going on. I guess that’s why I really love it and I’m hoping to work in media for at least a few years. Well…the second reason is that…

Homeland, when the memories come

Even if you live in a paradise (although I still think it’s not possible), in one of the most comfortable places to live like Dubai tends to be, it’s not always easy to live abroad, staying away from family and most of the things you know and grew up with. You might seem to be stronger than others…

Along the Route 66 in Arizona

Seligman,Arizona, United States Another tourist trap along Route 66,very much like other towns,maybe even more so,Seligman is trying to stay alive by attracting Tourist that travel down Route 66. And like some towns i’ve seen along the road,it is a stark contrast between amazing kitch and weirdness to attract tourists and abandoned store fronts,motels in…

“How are you” thing

Hi, how are you? I’m good, Thank you! How about you? Or: Hi, how are you? I’m good thanks, how about you? I’m good too, thank you. Super kind version, dedicated to closer people / colleagues: Hi love, how are you? I’m good love, how are you? (….you don’t answer for that one). It always…

Tinder in Dubai – An Indian girl’s story

Three weeks on Tinder…An Indian Girl’s Story. Most of us expats arrived in Dubai with a timeline in our minds regarding how long we are going to stay in this glamorous city. At least, that was the case with me and most of the people I know. This city to me is a glorious transit…