Each year in September the Caribbean islands are preparing for a very special meteorological event that might seem terrifying to the rest of the world, but has become rather normal to them: Hurricane Season. Well, that’s for normal years. But this year, there’s Hurricane Irma. And it is about to hit Puerto Rico. When you […]Read more "Hurricane Season in Puerto Rico"
I admit it. As an Apple ecosystem user, I am an absolute fan of Siri, and I use the voice assistant quite often to do small daily things. In connection with my Apple Watch, this is a real helper. And if you have an iPhone or Watch, you might do the same. But haven’t you […]Read more "What are the most frequent Siri questions?"
Remember how Tesla pulled the plug on free supercharging earlier this year for all new deliveries? According to Tesla CEO Elon Musk, the lifetime free supercharging was primarily designed to be a benefit for early adopters and was always planned to be phased out. Supercharging is tied to a particular individual car and allows owners […]Read more "Tesla: Free Supercharging is Back!"
Baking pizza is one of my favorite pastimes, and that is precisely because it is so tough to get real Italian pizza with its authentic pizza taste outside of Italy. In the US, pizzas are usually overloaded with cheese, sausages and other fatty crap. In Europe, pizzas are made by anyone who looks Italian but […]Read more "The Only Pizza Recipe you’ll ever need"
Puerto Rico is one of these islands where there are still too many beaches for few tourists, it seems. Things never really get crowded, and if they do, there’s always a backup plan in another bay or another islet. This place is just too beautiful to just see one beach (or stay in the resort!). […]Read more "Puerto Rico’s Splendid Beaches"
It was somewhere in these past two years that I was going through my bucket list and decided to finally get my sailing license. After being licensed to drive just about anything on land and in the air, I thought it was about time to add one of my favorite elements: water. I have always seen […]Read more "Sailing lessons"
Once every couple of years, there’s this epic trip you take, and it totally changes the way you see yourself in the world, and what travel really means to you. And sometimes, these are not the trips that take you around the other side of the world, but right there in some neighboring country. Rediscovering […]Read more "Croatia’s Islands by Sailboat"
Lufthansa launched its new cabin class – called Premium Economy – in 2015 in selected aircraft, extending to almost the entire longhaul fleet early 2016. The new Premium Economy Class is positioned in between Economy and Business class – quite literally. It is a mix of both worlds, aiming at the business traveler that doesn’t […]Read more "Lufthansa’s New Premium Economy Class"
Visa and landing permits are one of the worst bureaucratic hurdles countries still hold up, that have survived through the tech age. The reasons some countries ask for a Visa as an entry permit are dubious and sometimes just outright bullying. Despite many countries having abandoned Visa requirements for most of the civilized world, others […]Read more "How to enter China without a Visa"
Ladies listen up. This one is for you. Isla Mujeres, one of the most beautiful islands in the Gulf of Mexico, is dedicated to you. And I had to go there and see for myself to know why. But more on that later on. This little island is situated on a very privileged spot, just […]Read more "Isla Mujeres Wedding"