Its perpetual love and support for astronomy gave birth to its endearing moniker: Space City. Indeed, Houston is home to Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center and Space Center Houston—the places where the geek in you is most welcome. But labels and nicknames can be empowering and at the same time, diminishing. Houston, a thriving city, has multiple selves. After some hours nurturing your mind in space centers, head to the following parks to awaken your love for Mother Nature. You have a wide array of Houston hotels to choose from for your next city escapade. Go on. Geek out. Both in space centers […]
Parisians live well, as the adage le savoir vivre perfectly captures. This must be one of the reasons the city receives quite a high volume of tourists every year. Popular destinations can jade you, especially when bumping upon fellow travelers is inevitable. So how can you experience the authentic and peaceful Paris, the Parisian way? Get inspiration from this guide to Paris neighborhoods and seek out the quaint neighborhoods in Paris that define the locals’ way of living.
No matter which part of the world you stay in, make at least one vacation trip to Colorado, if not more, in order to feel and experience something quite out of the ordinary. This is the one special holiday spot where you can spend time marvelling at the exotic wildlife, find peace and solace in the mountains, or just try and discover the diverse culture and the rich history of the region. Our Colorado Travel Guide is a crash course on understanding and exploring this state of mountains, rivers, and adventure. At almost every corner of Colorado, there are unique […]
Dear, It is Sunday. I’m seated at the open patio outside our room. Tobi is inside, watching something German. Gags, he said. Across the narrow alleyway that is wide enough for a car to pass through, the caged birds sing these lovely melodies. Caged and singing. Odd, like Vietnam’s. The next-door villa’s dog barks. The leaves of the bananas, plumeria and young coconut tree in the yard rustle with the breeze. Widi’s kids are talking about something in their local language. The boy passes by our gate in his bicycle. He gives me this questioning look upon seeing me smiling […]