A day ago, when I arrived in Oman in the wee morning hours I watched the sun come up and light up the capital city of Muscat...
From this point on, I was going where no vehicles can go – I had to rely on my feet – and occasionally my hands. But little did I know that what I really had to rely upon was my mind to get me through the next hiking days in Oman.
Fascinating interview with Michal Kosinski on Data Privacy
As I looked through the viewfinder and framed up a shot – it hit me. I pulled the camera from my face and looked around once again...
The concept is as simple as it sounds: there are a number of websites that connect homeowners who need somebody to care for their pets/plants/etc in their absence, with travellers who are up for the task and enthusiastic about living a slice of “local lif
Where and how do you find local experiences?
The Gastro Rallye East Food Tour was a way to get introduced to a neighborhood and the hip restaurants of the area. I was really curious to see how this tour delivered the ‘off the tourist track’ elements it promised.
Only in Vietnam would negotiating a taxi fare include a road test.
There are days where it sweeps over me like the fog that rolls over the hills in San Francisco slowly devouring the landscape.