Djerba is a special island in the south of Tunisia, as ancient as the land in history and as traditional and raw as it gets till today...
That sentence would be my ice breaker but it broke more than ice in Russia. People cracked jokes, broke in laughter specially after I decided to add a new cliche: "...and my dog's name is Vodka by the way."
Smile upon arrival, smile to say thank you, smile to gently decline an offer, smile and kindly accept the ride and embrace the giant city of Bangkok.
A mini guide to plan your next trip to Tunisia; where, when, what to do, budget and tips.
Prague or Praha, the Czech capital, land of ale, trams and castles. Kafka's captivating dark misty maze
Napoli is not a city, it’s a living culture and a muse. If you speak the language you’ll definitely impress the locals, but that’s not the only upside, it’s an enabler, a key to their best kept secrets. The more you talk, the more you get…
The city has multiple names Greek Nafplio, Byzantine Nafplio, ancient Nafplia. The ottoman also called it Mora Yenişehir, or Peloponnese's new city. Strategically speaking it has three castles, one uphill called Palamidi, you need to climb 1000 steps to get up there, or simply drive upwards from the other side which I didn't know till it was too late for my mother's misfortune.