New York Love.

We have come to the end of the year, and I apologise for not having been active on the blog for the last few months. Due to health challenges the blog had to take a back seat for awhile. But I would like to wish all my followers a wonderful year ahead filled with peace and […]

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Dubai the Pearl of the Emirates.

This bustling, modern, gleaming metropolis with skyscrapers rubbing shoulders side by side is a far cry from the quiet fishing village and pearl diving centre it once was not too long ago. There is a bit of the old Dubai left in the historical Al Fahidi (Al Bastakiya) quarter, which was restored in the eighties […]

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3 days in Rome

The Borghese Gardens in the evening sunset glow.

It is easy to fall in love with Rome, and for me, every visit is like the first time. There is history lurking in every corner, and so much to discover of the city’s rich cultural heritage. Sometimes it even feels quite surreal, like one was walking onto a film set, and then there’s the […]

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Miami

Miami Beach is a party that never stops. The strip at Ocean Drive with its Art Deco beauties, the row of restaurants with music blaring from every single one of them, to the beautiful long and wide sandy beaches, and the warm breezes, you are immediately captivated. A kick of adrenalin when coming from the […]

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Cool, Foodie Paradise Austin, Texas.

Austin is a young, vibrant city with a great food culture. There are not only a wide array of restaurants to choose from, there are also the very popular food trucks. Apart from the successful business and technology scene, the city also boasts to be “The Live Music Capital of the World”, hosting a very […]

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Milano – A city of secret gems.

I had a very short introduction to Milan two years ago when I was there just for a weekend. I knew i had to go back to look a little deeper, the city had more than the Duomo and it’s surrounding area and fabulous fashion and style that the Milanese are known for. The city […]

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Eguisheim and Sélestat – Alsace

Leaving Beaune, the last city on our Burgundy road trip, we drove to Alsace. Passing by the Alsatian vineyards and lovely picturesque villages we stopped at Eguisheim. There is a feeling that time has stood still in these medieval villages. Houses with timber frames, cobblestones, old churches, balconies overflowing with geraniums, renaissance fountains and ramparts, the […]

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