Review: The Siem Reap Hostel

The Siem Reap Hostel is located right in the heart of city, within walking distance from the old market and lively Pub Street. When I arrived The hostel sent a tuk-tuk driver to pick me up from the airport, free of charge. He was standing at the arrival terminal with my name written on a […]

Review: Green Tiger House

I chose Green Tiger House because it was rated as the best hostel in Thailand on Hostelworld. It’s easy to see why. The hostel in located inside the northern wall of the old city of Chiang Mai, in a quiet little street just off the main road. It’s within walking distance of all the major […]

Review: The Reserve at Paradisus Punta Cana Resort

Paradisus Punta Cana is one of the best resorts on the eastern coast of the Dominican Republic. The all-inclusive five star resort is part of the prestigious Melia Hotels International group known for its quality accommodation all over the world. Location Paradisus Punta Cana Resort is situated about 20 minutes from the airport, right on […]

Buddy’s in Boston: an authentic diner experience

High on my bucket list for my trip to the USA was going to a traditional diner. You know, the kind of diner you see on TV shows and in the movies. The kind that serves authentic American grub. A greasy spoon with a casual atmosphere where colourful locals hang out at the counter. Enter […]

A quick, comprehensive guide to the Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty is the symbol of New York City (and freedom) and one of the top attractions not to be missed. Below you will find a short but comprehensive step by step guide to the Statue of Liberty, how to secure your tickets and what to expect once you arrive. Ticket purchase Buy […]

The perfect itinerary for your almost free day in Paris

Let’s get real for a second. Is anything in life really free? Love and laughter perhaps. However, day to day living expenses are unavoidable. It’s like I said in the title, an almost free day in Paris. You will need money for transport (I recommend using the metro), food and a tip for your tour […]

East to west: highlights from my Cyprus road trip

The public transport in Cyprus consists of an inexpensive network of bus routes (for example: it costs €3 per person to travel from the airport in Larnaca to a hotel in Protaras). Although the bus network is sizeable, the most convenient way to get around Cyprus is to hire a car. Here are my top […]

6 cheap and fun things to do in Protaras

Protaras is a small town on the east coast of Cyprus, close to the Turkish border and the ghost town of Famagusta. This is my favourite town in Cyprus! But don’t be fooled by its small size, you won’t be bored for a second. Here is a list of 6 fun and cheap activities I […]

Getting off the beaten track in Ayia Napa

The public bus dropped us opposite the ‘I heart Ayia Napa’ sculpture. I took a few photos before slowly making our way towards the sea. Our destination: Nissi Beach, undoubtedly the main attraction in Ayia Napa. We didn’t quite know how to get there, but Google Maps quickly pointed us in the right direction. We […]

Feline infestation: what’s up with all the cats on Cyprus?

The moment you step off the airplane or cruise ship onto Cyprus soil, you are likely to trip over one of the many stray cats on the island. They are everywhere. Perhaps the large number of cats on Cyprus isn’t so strange. My research revealed that the evidence for the first domesticated cats can be […]

Review: Amathus Beach Hotel

Amathus Beach Hotel is a luxury five star hotel close to Limassol, and a proud member of the Leading Hotels in the World. This hotel is a lap of luxury!   Location The Amathus Beach Hotel is an ocean fronted property located in Amathus, 13 km east of Limassol. The hotel is flanked by other […]

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