Share the loveDay 1: Arrive in Havana in the evening, money exchange, try sharing a cab to the city center, check in to accommodation; Day 2: Explore the Old Havana, take a walking tour around the historical center (The tour I took lasted 3,5 hours and packed with A LOT of great information.); Day 3-4:
Share the love“Fresh herbs, lots of vegetables and seafood, and cooking techniques that use water or broth instead of oils — these are some of the standout qualities of Vietnamese food,” described Annie Corapi as Vietnamese food lies among CNN’s top 10 healthiest cuisines in the world. And more importantly, it’s delicious! The combination of different flavors and
Share the loveWe all have misconceptions about a culture we’re not familiar with. Like any country, Vietnam has a number of stereotypes and surely many of which are inaccurate. As a born & raised Saigonese, I find myself explaining the same misunderstandings multiple times about my imperfect lovable tiny densely-populated country Vietnam. Of course I cannot speak
Share the lovePorto, Portugal has got to be one of my favorite destinations for a weekend trip: stunning architect, chill vibe, lots of characters, beautiful landscape, affordable delicious food and friendly people, I don’t know what more can you possibly ask for. In fact, I’ve been questioning myself why am I not living here already!
Share the loveAre you having a long layover in Palma de Mallorca or just looking for ways to spend your first day on the island most efficiently? I got you covered, with a bit of help from a Spanish local who has spent some years living here. First off all, Palma de Mallorca is an awesome
Share the loveFew foods have me hooked at the first bite and Takumi München got me hard! This place is not far from the city center and well-communicated with public transportation. I was warned there would always be a long queue if come around lunch or dinner time, so it’s best to go during odd hours. I
Share the loveGastronomy is a huge part of my travels, I love to eat my way around the new cities I visit. The good news about Porto is that you don’t have to go broke to satisfy your stomach. With my big sweet tooth, Portugal’s abundance of very high quality affordable bakeries is a blessing. There’s