2016 was the year I took the big plunge. I was living in one of the richest countries in the world, Switzerland, had an amazing position as brand manager and everything was perfect. Well almost perfect. I felt the need to live a more adventurous life, to travel far away and to have the time of my life while it was still possible. After all, wasn’t I too young to burry myself in this comfortable life that yet took so much effort to achieve?
When you think about Canada, what spontaneously comes to mind is the Quebec, the Rocky Mountains and maybe the Niagara Falls. And that’s about it, right? One of the most beautiful places I’ve visited on this planet was the Maritimes, a less popular but certainly not less beautiful part of Canada. In three weeks, I’ve toured the provinces of New-Brunswick, Prince-Edward-Island and Nova Scotia...
Hello lovely readers! Are you on the hunt for a cozy place to sip your favourite hot beverage and catch up with friends? Or you're just spending a few days in town and you'd like to have breakfast in the heart of Vancouver to feel the pulse of the city? Since I've moved to Vancouver... Continue Reading →
If you’re looking for unforgettable memories, Sicily really has it all: great landscapes, beautiful beaches, historical sites, picturesque villages and amazing food. I visited Sicily a few years ago and it remains one of my favorite destination. I had the chance to plan my trip in September during the off-season, when all the tourists are gone and the temperatures are very pleasant (between 25 and 28°C).
but for life not to escape us.
Mingalaba (hello in Burmese) lovely readers! Has anyone been to Burma yet? Also known as Myanmar, this country squeezed between China, India, Bangladesh, Laos and Thailand is truly magical. The best time to visit Burma is between November and February, when it stops raining and when the temperature are still bearable.
I have a soft spot for Italy. And you, what's your favorite place on our beautiful planet? Seeing the world and getting to know different cultures has been a life-changing experience for me. From each country I have visited or lived in (27 so far), I have picked up customs, ideas or behaviors and incorported... Continue Reading →