During an unexpected visit to a daycare centre for children with special needs in Pushkar, I experienced and understood love in its purest form.
On my first day in Malacca, the street food of Jonker Walk didn't catch my attention. Probably because some nice home-cooked dinner was waiting for me in Kampung Ketek - just a few steps ahead.
We were from different places, cultures, and backgrounds. We didn't speak the same language. But we decided to go on a dinner date at a Japanese restaurant in Bangkok.
For the first time during my travels, I felt lonely. Spending a day at Memorial Chorten in Thimphu, Bhutan taught me a thing or two about happiness and changed the way I looked at my life.
Should you spend your $1000 to buy a new phone for material happiness or to collect an experience of a lifetime? Here's my take on the subject.
From the moment I arrived in Paro, I enjoyed great hospitality of Bhutanese people. Here's my first experience with Bhutanese hospitality.