When in Morocco, there is no better place to stay than in a Riad or a Dar. Both are traditional Moroccan house mainly found in Marrakech, Fes, Tangier, Casablanca, etc. These houses are build based on Islam architecture that ensures privacy of the residents. You might notice that many old houses in Morocco does not… Read More Riad Le Bel Oranger
One of the good thing about travelling in Central Europe is their coffee loving culture. It has been a big part of their lives and not just a fad of extravagant coffee drinks. But it is about drinking good honest coffee and enjoying some good company. This is also a thing in Prague, where coffee… Read More The Art Deco Coffee House
I don’t know whether it is a hidden gem or not? But when I was there, not many tourists are around. Which actually a good thing, after 4 days of full touristy activities in the whole of Seoul. OK, so the place I’m talking about is Provence. (Yes you read it right, there is Provence in… Read More Provence En Corée
The sound of ships going in to the port in the morning is always exciting. The sights keep changing from oil ships, fish boats, and cruises. One of the many perks of being in Bergen (Norway). The city that has been long known as the shipping capital of Norway. Back in the days, Bergen is… Read More Boat Houses
Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam. Boosting with some french colonial architecture. A truly east meets west kind of city but with the kind of hustle & bustle of many south east asian countries.