I’m moving to Thailand! How crazy does it sound?! I never even though that I would be saying this. Life can be pretty  unpredictable sometimes. 3 years ago I went to China, which I never, ever even imagined I would be doing, and now 3 years later I’m going to Thailand, which I also never imagined …

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After spending the whole day chilling at the beach, sipping ice coffee, getting massages and admiring the city from our rooftop pool, we left Nha Thrang. At 7pm, the bus picked us up from our hotel, and we spent the whole night driving from Nha Trang to Hoi An. This 500 km drive took us …

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  Click here if you want to check out Mekong Delta day one! The first day of our Mekong Delta trip was already pretty intense. We woke up at 6am, we got on a bus, we drove for hours (although distance wasn’t the issue, but the crazy traffic and lack of good roads) than we …

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1. Go to a night market Yes, markets and especially famous Taiwanese night markets, are basically one of the biggest attractions in Taiwan. When I was asking my Asian friends about tips and recommendations about Taiwan, number one reaction from everyone was “You need to try Taiwanese food!”. Taiwan is known to be the food …

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Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery, fondued in the 1950’s, is one of the most known Buddhist temples in Hong Kong and one of Hong Kong’s top attractions. I went there on a sunny Sunday morning while staying in Hong Kong over the summer. We got up early in hope to see the temple before the crowds, …

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   Happy New Year everyone!!! I hope you all had a great start of 2016! and her is last part of my Summer in Hong Kong series, if you’re interested check out part one and part two  and my HK iPhone photo diary 🙂 I hope you enjoyed seeing Hong Kong through my lens. I definitely had …

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  The second part of my Summer in Hong Kong photo series. Incredible, exciting and super fun summer, that I spent in University of Hong Kong, doing a summer course about creativity in East Asia, living in two different hotels and a student dorm, hanging out around the city with new and old friends, discovering …

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   I spent this summer in Hong Kong, one of the most amazing, crazy and inspiring places I’ve ever seen. I felt a deeper connection with this city, ever since I’ve visited it for the very first time almost two years ago. It’s a melting pot of cultures, modern and traditional world, Chinese and western, …

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