The 762 Curves to Pai

After having had to cancel my “Ha Giang Loop by Bicycle” adventure I had planned with Justin (he did the planning whereas I tried my best to throw rocks at his plans…I remember him saying[…]

The New Road to Huế

Relive ‘Morning Ride’ Check out a 3-dimensional video of my ride above or the Strava acticity below! Finding the Road There has been chatter in the local Facebook groups about a new road to Huế. A[…]

Exploring Bike-Packing Ultra-Light

Bike Packing…Me? Really?? I’ve always looked at serious bike-packers similarly how I look at bungee-jumpers: I admire them, but I would NEVER do it myself. How they crawl mile for mile, even in flats, loaded[…]

Jai Mahal: The Water Palace of Jaipur

The Castles of Jaipur

After touring the Taj Mahal, we continued our journey, completing the second leg of what would eventually become a triangle with corners in New Delhi, Agra (with the Taj Mahal) and Jaipur. We were looking[…]

Taj Mahal

The Taj Mahal: Symbol for Elegance and Luxury

All around the world, we use one building as a symbol for elegance, beauty and luxury: The Taj Mahal! I had the opportunity to tour this building of all buildings with a nice group of friends during my brief journey to India.

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

Inside a Sikh Temple

A Colombian friend I had not seen for years called me up while I was still in Greece and told me that he was attending a meditation event in India and asked me to meet[…]

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Roses and Butterflies

How did I arrive at taking photos of roses and butterflies from my usual buildings and monuments? On my first day here in Kalavrita, Greece, I met a British guy by the name of Terry.[…]

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Day Trip to Greek Island: Aegina

Having spent 10 days in Athens and enjoying the city every day a little bit more, I couldn’t help a feeling of missing out on something creeping up on me: The Greek Islands! The very[…]

Athens Mount Lycabettus

Athens from Mount Lycabettus

The best views of Athens, especially at night, you have from Mount Lycabettus, a steep, 300-m-tall limestone mountain right in the middle of Athens. You can take it easy and catch the funicular railway that[…]

Roadbike Rental in Castiglion Fiorentino

Road Bike Rental in Tuscany

The other day I came across a road bike rental in Tuscany. I don’t normally endorse businesses in my blog, unless I see something I find so compelling that I almost consider it my duty[…]