https://www.instagram.com/p/BoNU7mMHYWT/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet After visiting the Aviation Museum in rural Munich, we decided to detour to Neues Schloss (literally meaning New Castle) to take a look. The compounds was massive and deserted as the museum was closed. We had the whole palace garden to ourselves, as though we stumbled upon a post-apocalyptic European town. The wind was [...]
People who know Hallstatt recognises it by the classic village views, which has to be seen from the edge or from the water. No one really wants to go there to walk the streets (hidden between the streets in between the building you see on postcards), or to eat over there. Most importantly, it gets ridiculously expensive to stay there. Where then, do we stay when visiting Hallstatt?
If you are like me, Bangkok would be the last city you would want to go for a holiday, because its hot and humid weather meant wet and sticky clothes throughout the day. I went to Chatuchak once, and I told myself I would NEVER go to that place, because of the heat and because there was nothing interesting for me to shop and see anyway.