Tokyo is one hell of a city. According to various sources, the city’s 23 wards are inhabited by ca. 10 million people, the entire metropolis claims a population of over 13 million, while the Greater Tokyo area with 38 million Read more…
A local restaurant in Haputale, Sri Lanka, fishermen’s tents in Busan, South Korea, San Fran mansions, Montjuïc cemetery and Golden Gai in Tokyo. What do they have in common? I came across all of them by chance.
There are two types of travelers (or maybe it applies to all activities, by extension?). The first type are planning sectarians. On the other end of the spectrum, there are those last-minute laid-backs, the spontaneous, ready-for-all voyageurs who always roam off the beaten track and never follow the itinerary. They don’t have one.
Travelling is about capturing impressions and living in the moment. Welcome to my list of Seoul’s associations.
#2018WinterOlympics in PyeongChang is in full swing… I was probably one of the first foreigners to get a ride on the bullet train ride from Seoul to the Olympic Village. How was it? Read on.