I had to see it with my own eyes last May to believe that Singapore’s world-famous reputation for cleanliness and modernity was really true. The small city-state was our second destination on the family tour last May. We went to Singapore by a 5 hour coach ride from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. We only spent short … More Singapore in three days
[The post below is only my honest opinion.] Although it’s not fair to compare a tiny Finnish town to a big Polish city, I am still going to write about how the general experiences have been for me in these two countries as a foreigner. 1. Looking different I’ve finally started to jog alone in and … More Living in Poland vs living in Finland as a foreigner!
[I don’t own any of the pictures.] As much as I’m critical about many aspects of Nepal, I miss many pleasures that comes from being home. A few days ago, I was gazing outside the window to see that it was raining rather heavily, and this triggered some homesickness. I have fond memories of rainy days in … More Things I miss about Nepal
We relished the final weekend of summer (about 2 weeks ago! ) by lounging on the beach in a small Polish seaside town called Krynica Morska. The small holiday town was charming and the beaches were very nice, although crowded. The quality of sand found in Polish beaches is superb. Fine texture and clear white … More Krynica Morska, Northern Poland
Barcelona proved beyond my expectations. The city was thoroughly beautiful, bustling and just felt extremely livable. The apartment where we stayed at had a lovely view of Barcelona and the blue sea further. This was one of my best stays through airbnb (www.airbnb.com, for cheap vacation rentals!). I am normally not a big fan of … More Lovely Barcelona!