It's time for another guest post!
Paula shares her story about a hot air balloon ride in Bagan, Myanmar, showing us the best temples from above. I'm so jealous of her experience, that she didn't have a hard time to convince me of sharing her story. I loved exploring the temples by bike but after seeing her pictures I guess I'll have to go back to see them from the air.
Last year I went to Taipei to visit my friend Doug, where he took me to his favourite restaurant and told me that he was thinking about starting a blog about colonial architecture. I loved the idea and we spent the evening brainstorming what he could write about. Here we are, twelve months later with his first guest post, which obviously had to be about the exact restaurant, where I heard about his blog "Going Colonial" for the first time:
I only had a couple of days in Romania, which I used to explore its capital city Bucharest.
Being filled with brutalist architecture, quirky markets and a polenta-based cuisine, Bucharest had all I could ask for, therefore I didn't get the chance to visit the exciting castles spread throughout the country (guess where Dracula was from!).
This is exciting! I've decided to publish guest posts every now and then, when someone has a very special story to tell, that includes both my loves for design and for travel (want to write
something? you can get in touch here).
The lovely Skeeter of Happy Travelers is breaking the first ground with her story about how living in a very small (and moving) space for a year changed her marriage and her view on possessions and sunsets.