Kotor, Montenegro When I first saw a picture of the view of Kotor Bay in Montenegro, I knew I wanted to go there. The clear blue waters and stunning mountain backdrop highlights the beautiful rooftops of this town which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Often referred to as Europe’s southernmost fjord, Boka KatorskaContinue reading
A perpetual dreamer, an eternal nomad and a Francophile at heart.
Vík í Mýrdal, Iceland The first time I saw a photo of this plane, I just know I have to get there. It wasn’t easy. 2-mile walk from the parking lot with very strong winds blowing up to 60 mph, with sand feeling like pellets on our faces. There was nowhere to hide from theContinue reading
Reykjavík, Ísland The Northernmost Capital of the World. Before budget airlines started to use this city as their hub, Reykjavík may have been unknown to most people. Pronouncing it is one thing, spelling it is the another (well, in all of Iceland too probably). But this quaint little city feels more like a small townContinue reading
Árnessýsla, Iceland If you’ve read travel books or blog posts about Iceland, you’ll probably have heard of the Golden Circle. It is the most popular route and is included in almost all of the itineraries you can find (unless you only have less than a day) when you visit this country. FollowContinue reading
Tokyo, Japan If you caught my previous post, you already knew that I booked a short Tokyo trip on a whim. My friends know me as a master trip planner, researching and organizing an itinerary even for months before the trip. But because of my busy schedule, I picked a few places where I wantedContinue reading
Tokyo, Japan I can’t believe I haven’t shared photos from my Tokyo trip exactly 2 years ago. I was working full time and attending grad school (and wished there were more than 24 hours in a day just so I can sleep longer than 3 hours), and had 2 weeks off from school and work.Continue reading