If you ever want to fall in love with a city, I suggest you take a helicopter flight over the area and view its organised chaos from above. Many locals fall out of love for their city, it could be because of the extortionate prices of living, the continuous traffic jams on every street corner, … More Flying Over London
Yangon: a city you could spend some time in, but the question is, would you want to? Being a city lover myself, I was unsure how long I wanted to stay in Yangon, thinking it may just be like any other big city in Asia, and in some aspects I was right. It’s easy to … More The Capital: Yangon
Coming from the sleepy town of Tromso in the Arctic Circle to the sunny cosmopolitan city of Oslo, was quite the contrast, and gave us the opportunity to see what the rest of Norway has to offer. Surrounded by dense vibrant forests filled with lofty trees that circle calm lakes and thriving by a ferry … More Oslo: The city that has everything
Iceland is most definitely a unique country. My father once told me, “the more you travel, the more places look the same”, which annoyingly is true. I find myself comparing places, scenery and landscapes to previous destinations I have visited. Maybe it is because humans crave the familiar, maybe it is because I really do … More Chasing Waterfalls in Iceland
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