Eating and drinking mojitos in Barcelona

I escaped from Brussels for 4 days of well-deserved holidays in Barcelona last July. I had been to Barcelona many years before and this time was much more about relaxing and drinking mojitos than visiting (anyway it was way to warm!). Equipped with my favourite guide and my never-failing (mh!) instinct, here are my recommendations to make your taste buds happy! Eating in Barcelona Our best … Continue reading Eating and drinking mojitos in Barcelona

Adler hostel lobby

Adler Hostel Singapore: review.

Really easy to find when getting off at Chinatown MRT station, I chose to stay at the Adler hostel for my first night in Singapore after reading flattering descriptions in my favourite guide book. The owner apparently got inspired by boutique hotels to create its own boutique hostel: a spotless white facade, nice classy furniture in the lobby and a very clean atmosphere in general. … Continue reading Adler Hostel Singapore: review.

My favourite tour in Central London (part 2)

The second part of my favourite tour in Central London will take you from Saint Paul’s cathedral to Buckingham Palace. The first part starts in Tower of London and can be found here. E. St Paul’s cathedral After crossing the Millennium Bridge, you will not be able to miss Saint Paul’s Cathedral. Again quite expensive (18£- 16£ online)*, it can be worth visiting for its crypt – … Continue reading My favourite tour in Central London (part 2)

Tower Bridge

My favourite tour in Central London (part 1)

In March, I went one more time to London and decided that I should write about the ‘tour’ I did once again. To be honest, if you do everything mentioned below you will need much more than one day. I personally tend to vary a bit every time. So just pick up your favourite place and enjoy! A. Tower of London You really need to … Continue reading My favourite tour in Central London (part 1)

Olympia and the Olympics

Today, the Olympic torch for the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro will be lit by the High Priesstess using the reflection of the sunlight in a concave mirror in Olympia, where the Olympic Games took place in classical times. I did not have the chance to assist to this ceremony in Olympia but I was lucky enough to go to visit the site and to get tickets for the … Continue reading Olympia and the Olympics