18 Jan, 2012 in Xiamen
Xiamen University - Xiamen (15).JPG

It has been referred to as one of the most beautiful universities in China, and I finally had a chance to look into it first hand while I was visiting Xiamen in China’s Fujian province. I’ve been to a few Chinese campuses before, and in general I would (delicately) say that I wasn’t very impressed […]

16 Sep, 2006 in United Kingdom
Small London map with our main tours

Where have I been to in London? In the month+ that I've been here, I've seen quite alot. I wasn't trying to tour around that much and when I did – I'm not even sure I qualify as a standard London tourist. I had my own little agenda in London, and the lovely places I've […]

21 Sep, 2005 in Vietnam

It wasn’t till just a while ago that I didn't like reading travel books, but now that I've been traveling for so long – I find them hilarious. Reading the following phrase on Emily Barr’s sarcastic “Back Pack” about psycho-traveling around in South-east Asia had me smiling, remembering back on my first arrival at Hanoi […]

8 Aug, 2005 in Vietnam

. It was the weather that made the first big jump. Dalat’s weather with the cold and rain was taking all possible positive thinking out of me. Being stuck inside the puff bed freezing while it is raining endlessly outside can not be good for you. Now that I’m back in Saigon, to my dear […]

7 Aug, 2005 in Vietnam

“But why are you laughing?” the doctors asked. “Because I can’t cry” I tried saying, not being able to move my mouth. Oh my, what have I done? How am I going to get through this? Laying back, a big napkin on my face, needles going in and out of my chin I was panicking. […]

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