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Singapore Impressions

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Singapore…Where you find the hotels from world’s most exclusive and expensive hotel chains, where locals speak english, where buildings are tall and houses are luxurious, where Louis Vuitton store looks like a museum, where locals meet up in groups for doing sports, where streets are clean, where one can not buy chewing gum, where prices are high and where people smile…
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Walking the streets of George Town

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I love George Town, especially the old town! Walking around its streets, searching for beautiful murals and street arts. You can also rent a bike and circle around the city for mural hunting. Bike rent is not expensive and you will get a map with the exact locations of the murals. It’s fun, you should try it out! Read More →

Rishikesh: city of yoga, ashrams and monkeys!

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Rishikesh – the city of yoga, ashrams and mountains. It is another interesting and amazing place in India, that attracts many tourists and life seekers. Rishikesh became very popular after all-known band Beatles came here to study meditation. Now you can find a lot what to do here: from ashram classes/lectures, yoga, hiking, rafting to just enjoyment of mountain piecefullness.

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Road trip from Orlando to Los Angeles

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Visiting USA and not doing a road trip is like visiting Spain in summer and not going to the beach. Of course, it’s not a must, but not doing it would be somewhat unnatural. I had a great opportunity to take a road trip with my family from Orlando all the way to Las Vegas. 4950 kilometers, 9 day, 7 cities, 3 motels and lots of fun! From all those places that we visited during those 9 days, most incredible for me were New Orleans and Sedona.
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Oh San Francisco, it was so nice meeting you!

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Even though I only spend 2,5 days in San Francisco, this short time cruising around the city made me to fell in love with it! Maybe there is something about its architecture, or maybe its people, or maybe the Mission district, where i was very lucky to find amazing host through couchsurfing to live during my stain SF. But this something had such a magic impact on me. To tell you the truth, this was my first couchsurfing experience and i can say with certainty: i’ll do couchsurfing again. Of course, San Francisco has its weird side with quite a bunch of weird people walking around, and there are maybe a couple of districts where you should not be wondering alone (even though i ended up walking around there by accident…uuppps). But overall, i did feel safe and welcomed in the city. People were willing to help if i looked lost and those ‘weird’ individuals are actually pretty harmless.

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