Budapest, Hungary I’ve only been to Central Europe once before and had been itching to go back and visit the city of Budapest. Although it may not be as popular as London or Paris, Budapest is just as lovely. The grand architecture of century-old buildings, the lovely bridges connecting Buda and Pest sides, and theContinue reading
A perpetual dreamer, an eternal nomad and a Francophile at heart.
Wien, Austria I had dreamt of coming to Vienna for a while now and questioned myself why haven’t visited yet. It had been a tradition of mine to always travel on the month of September so I can celebrate my birthday in different parts of the world and so when I was thinking where IContinue reading
Vienna, Austria When I think of Vienna, I think of gorgeous architecture, classical music, and interesting history. Couldn’t come up of any better way to immerse ourselves in Viennese elegance than staying in the iconic Park Hyatt Vienna. Housed in a 100-year old beautifully-restored building which used serve as bank headquarters, this hotel exudes modern luxuryContinue reading
Dubrovnik, Croatia I’ve been dreaming of going to Dubrovnik ever since I’ve learned that it was THE filming location for King’s Landing from Game of Thrones. As we were driving into the small town, seeing the walls of Dubrovnik was definitely a pinch-me moment. So many stores, if not most of them, sell GOT merchandise.Continue reading
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
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