You should see the sound and light show at the Font Magica of Montjuic twice. I did.
But seriously, there are plenty of other things worth your time in Barcelona.
It runs in the evenings from Thursday to Sunday in the summer and Friday to Saturday in […]
Girona is a city that sits in the northeast corner of Spain, a conveniently short distance from bustling Barcelona. Although you could certainly explore the cobblestoned historic Jewish quarter of town (Girona […]
So I took a day trip to Naples from Rome. Naples is a grittier, smellier, noisier, and rougher city in Italy. It is plagued by high unemployment rates and serious trash management issues thanks to the very active […]
The flight from Kuala Lumpur to Kathmandu was quick and eventful. We had some extra ringgit left over, so our plane snacks were a bit more elaborate than usual. Air Asia doesn’t have any entertainment, but at this […]
Nepal has two “big” hikes–the Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Circuit. (And lots of other, probably more worthwhile and certainly less touristy choices.) With some of the best mountain views in the world, great […]
Ahimsa Kerp wrote a new post, Malaysian Borneo: Why Santubong is for champs (and Kota Kinabalu is for chumps.), on the site ahi1's Blog 1 month ago
The biggest, baddest, most famous and brutal mountain in SE Asia is Kota Kinabalu, in Sabah. The Lonely Planet says “The mountain is quite unlike any other on Earth, rising almost twice as high as its Crocker […]