Airplane food can be very different, depending on the airline. But in most airlines, let’s face it, it sucks. Not only do they serve overcooked, tasteless meals – in many cases it’s always the same choice: Chicken or Pasta. Honestly, some of the airlines out there would be better off by not serving any food […]Read more "5 ways to eat better on airplanes"
Thailand is one of these places where I could take an entire suitcase full of food back home. And, occasionally, I do. And not only food: From cutlery, ceramic dishes, small ceramic containers – everything is nice here. On the Chattuchak weekend market in Bangkok, these items sell for a steal. But back to food. […]Read more "Thailand Food Shopping"
Traveling is not only great for discovering new places, try new dishes and savor the world, but also for food shopping. I always leave space in my luggage to bring home food items from abroad to fill my international pantry. And yes, I’ve got a huge selection there. While nowadays many things are available in […]Read more "My Travel Food Shopping List"
In the highlands of Chile, near the pacific ocean, you find a peculiar landscape dry in summer, and quite muddy in winter. These lands are home to sheep, goats, large farms and to some of the most remarkable cattle in South America. These dry forests, home to trees with sounding names like Quillaja and other […]Read more "Tracking El Gaucho"
Bangkok is one of those cities where you probably could spend a lifetime trying out all the great hotels there. There are more 5-star hotels than in any other city in the world, and those 5 stars are worth so much more than anywhere else. Bangkok is the global reference for the hotel and hospitality […]Read more "Shangri-La Bangkok Hotel"
Being a recreational diver for me usually means finding the most exotic, beautiful and rare fish and taking lots of pictures, if possible. But occasionally, you don’t find these aquatic creatures. They find you. This happened on one of my recent Koh Samui diving trips, where I went for my usual Koh Tao / Chumphon […]Read more "Whale Shark Diving"
There is something magic about visiting a place at night, as compared to being there in daytime. When it comes to photography, I sometimes prefer being in places both at day and at night, because the change of light transforms places and gives a different mood. The night is all about magic, mystery and emotion, and […]Read more "Luxor Nights"
Something big happened last year. Most people have almost not noticed it, but there was a small revolution going on throughout the world’s parks, gardens and meadows: Ordinary people were given the power of flight. Their vehicle: Drones. The impact of these little flying bees cannot be overlooked. Suddenly, there is no place on this […]Read more "The Year Man Learned to Fly"
Going to Bali is very hip right now. The Indonesian island has become a hotspot for sun seekers, spiritualists, historians, scuba divers, pot addicts, surfers and many other groups in the last years. There’s probably a little bit for everyone here. But most of all, what Bali offers, is crazy fantastic hotels. Just like the […]Read more "Bali in Style – W Retreat & Spa Seminyak"
The beautiful Caribbean Island of Curacao is probably one of the world’s most fabulous places to go diving. World-class dive resorts offer all kinds of service to even the most demanding guest, a beautiful reef that goes around the island stuffed with colorful fish and century-old coral formations invite to be explored from one of […]Read more "Scuba Diving in Curacao"