New York City is one of the most popular tourism destinations in the world. With world-class museums, shopping, theater, dining, and more, it’s easy to see why. It’s one of the cities in the United States to fall in love with. However, with so much to offer, some of the most popular activities and sites
“I fell in love with a city I didn’t think I’d love. And I loved it, because Tel Aviv loves life.” That’s how my friend Margherita explains how much she enjoyed Tel Aviv. Yet, I had never been interested to go. You know – the parties, the nightlife, the modern skyline: nothing seemed to resonate
Before visiting, I used to think that pretty much all the things to do in Jerusalem would relate to its ancient history, with its being one of the holiest cities in the world and the meeting point of the three most important monotheistic religions. I had just returned from India, where I visited Varanasi, the
“So, what’s your favorite city in India?” enquired my friend Diana, once I was finally back from my trip. “Varanasi,” I replied, without the shadow of a doubt in my voice. Who would have known that I would have enjoyed India so much (I can put it right there, in the list of my favorite
I have been wanting to visit Iceland for a long time – actually, well before it became a hot travel destination. The hiking, the wild landscape, the wildlife – everything it has to offer resonates with me. Then my friend Martina, the amazing blogger behind Pimp My Trip, went. And reading her posts, looking at
When I told my family and friends I would be visiting Madhya Pradesh, in India, they looked buffled. They didn’t even know where Madhya Pradesh is. Best yet, a friend of mine who’s spent 3 years in India on and off, suggested there really isn’t anything interesting to see in Madhya Pradesh and asked why
Slovenia has hardly ever been on my list of places to visit. It is so close to Italy and fairly easy to reach (not too easy when you actually live on an island like I do, actually), that I thought I would visit Slovenia one day anyways, and never really made an effort to find
After toying with the thought of going for a long time, and never feeling quite ready for it, I have finally made up my mind: I am going to India next week! I am incredibly excited at the idea, and a bit nervous as I feel I will have a bit of a cultural shock.