We had fun in Bergen and Norway in a Nutshell is the perfect way for us to move on to Oslo. Yet… if I am just to describe all the places that I saw (although I will, a little bit with photos :P). I would like to share some tips for you to enjoy the tour a little bit more! Some tips that travel books may not talk about… As I said in the heading – Making the most out of Norway in a Nutshell!
I am not sure if you have heard of this place before. But if you ever visit the beautiful Kyushu in Japan, maybe you could consider adding this place into your itinerary – the Takachiho Gorge.
I visited Iceland in August and the best thing about visiting Iceland in summer (except missing the chance to catch the northern lights) was that the sun (almost) never goes down. That’s why I had a 12-hour day touring the Highland Road & Golden Circle: Þingvellir, Gullfoss & Geysir.
The Asia contemporary art Scene is vibrant; and this is a travel guide about some art districts, creative parks and modern art museums in Taipei for travelers to create their artsy Instagram moments!
I have already written about the incredible experience of watching sunrise and sunset at Borobudur and Prambanan. But still, there were something more, something more than a spiritual feast, something intensified our sensations…. 😛
Kenting is located at in the southernmost point of Taiwan Island; and the area is a popular travel destination that has more than a few nice beaches or local food markets – there are a lot more things to see and do!
I ended my visits to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum and the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum with a heavy heart . I do hope the painful lessons would remind people the importance of lasting peace.
Australia. A day to remember as we visited some adorable creatures & jumped out from a plane! It was my very first (and not sure if it would be my only) time signed up for a skydiving experience but it was something that I always wanted to do.
This episode is about the onion domes. Visiting Novodevichy Convent, St. Basil’s Cathedral, Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, and most importantly, Moscow Kremlin and admire the beauty of Russian architecture!
I wondered was there somewhere outside Las Vegas that we could see? and so we had a 2-hour drive to Utah’s Zion National Park and magic happened at the end of the day as I saw a multi technicolor light show – If only a man-made light show could have such a scale.
So…I wondering what should be my 100th post; and I think it would be great to celebrate it with a compilation of the Cathedrals in Europe ~ 🙂 So it’s a list of my choices of the most “memorable” cathedrals in Europe – They are the top of the list based on its look, its scale or its uniqueness.