I tried to make my move to Amsterdam as smooth as possible, so I created a checklist which I followed from day 1. You can also do the same to make sure nothing surprises you and you don’t miss anything important!
A couple of days ago I was taken to Walibi Holland. Wow, a full day of roller coasters, spinning, water attractions and so much fun and adrenaline! That was unforgettable experience, for sure! For these reasons, I would strongly recommend everyone living or visiting Holland to go there!
It’s spring 2015 now and I’m sitting in front of my laptop in a cozy and lovely cafeteria in Amsterdam, sipping my skinny latte and typing my next blog post. Life is full of surprises and dreams do really come true…
Fukuoka is not on the radar of most tourists visiting Japan, but it should be. It is the biggest city in southern Japan and gives easy access to the beautiful nature of Kyushu. Let’s see what you can do, see and eat for less than $25 a day!
The Sex Museum in Amsterdam: a rich and interesting collection of the objects about the human sexuality: art as well as photographs, china, figures, plates, arms and many other items – all that composed in sometimes a bit old-fashioned presentation.
Once you visit Greece, you will fall in love with its stunning golden beaches, light and healthy cuisine that prevails in seafood, extremely friendly (but sometimes too pushy) locals, beautiful weather, amazing landscape, rich history and culture and most importantly budget prices.