Attractive for many reasons, I’d put it on my list of must-sees, only after spotting stripes in the Sundarbans. 12 cups of tea later, this Northwestern city fought hard for spot #1 of must-sees in Bangladesh. Here’s why… Continue reading Sylhet Bangladesh : TukTuks, Tea, Treks, and Treasured Friends
This was my main reason for visiting Western Bangladesh : to attempt to catch a glimpse of a real, wild Bengali Tiger. Just as I thought I was to leave without ‘that prized moment’, I seized an opportunity and… Continue reading Mongla Bangladesh – Part 2 : Stripes in the Sundarbans
After an overly welcoming welcome to Bangladesh, I hopped aboard the infamous Rocket Steamer en route to the Sundarbans.
It was time to prove : there’s nothing fresh air, rolling waves, and a good night’s rest can’t cure. Especially when in good company. Continue reading Life Aboard Bangladesh’s Rocket Steamer Ship
“Bring the World
To the World”
Such has been the motto of Miss Maps since its beginnings.
Here are 200 photos of the world from 72 countries, each taken by Anika (Miss Maps) just for you! Continue reading Our World in 200 Photos
Who do you want to be for the rest of your life?
It’s an important question for all of us to ask ourselves, and its answers are limitless… Continue reading Who Do You Want to Be? Answering Life’s Most Important Question
When a border crossing forces you one kilometer north of the Red Sea, you’d better take advantage.
When a bus ride takes you along the coast of the Dead Sea, you’d better take advantage.
When both happen on the same journey, you’d better put on your swimsuit and shades, and get ready for some busy beach days! Continue reading Red Sea to the Dead Sea: Our Last Days in Israel
“We’re going to Israel!”
Maybe crazy. Maybe not. You never know how something will end up until you try. And this trip was begging us for a chance. It was time to commence Sibling Trip 4.0: A Taste of the Middle East. Continue reading A Taste of Tel Aviv: Sibling Trip 4.0
Two wooden chairs
A small round table
And three wandering souls
Found in Sibiu Romania Continue reading Two Wooden Chairs and Three Wandering Souls in Sibiu, Romania
The entire walkway was filled with eager ears, and the music began: musicians from Filarmonicii Banatul Timisoara (Timisoara Philharmonic) were led by a Spanish director and boasted solos by both a talented violinist and baritone… Continue reading Life on a Romanian Monastery: Pestera Romanesti’s Concert in a Cave
It was a time of adjustment, of questions and a time in which I realized this was going to be a better experience than I imagined it would be. Here’s a glimpse of those three days… Continue reading Life on a Romanian Monastery: Figuring it all Out