The Bartizan Galle: A Step Back in Time

The Bartizan Hotel encapsulates what Galle is famous for – it’s colonial past. The building was  an old Dutch structure that has now been carefully renovated to a boutique hotel while keeping the original architectural elements intact. Perched peacefully at the edge of the Indian ocean, it felt like stepping back in time, somewhere where…

Abu Dhabi: Exploring Alwathba Fossil Dunes

In a hindsight I can tell that this road was bettern than the other as we saw hundreds of camels on the way. If you like this kind of encounters be sure to be around Al Wathba Camel Race Track around 5:30-6 pm. It looks like this is the time when they return from their daily walks.

And here are some photos from the Fossil Dunes. Keep in mind that there is a strict dress code – ladies are in only accepted with gowns ;).

Do Thai People Really Don’t Know?

So my questions is, do Thai people really don’t know? Or they don’t want to tell? Or is it just that they don’t know how to say it in English? Probably I will figure it when I learn to speak Thai fluently. In the meantime I will try to always have battery and internet on my phone.

Irresistible Dessert Spot in Zürich: Conditorei Péclard

I was staring at one shop window when I realized that it actually was a pastry shop. The design was irresistible and a couple of minutes later we were inside wondering in which of the five different spaces to sit. At the end we opted for the only available table right next to the entrance with a perfect view towards the huge pastries and the vintage silver cash desk.