Bangkok, day 2 – temples

On the second day in Bangkok, the plan was to see Wat Arun, Wat Pho and the Grand Palace. (Wat=Temple) Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn/Templul Rasaritului) I thought I will see yet another… Continue reading

Bangkok, day 1 – the city

Night in Bangkok, view from the 16th floor Noaptea in Bangkok, vedere din camera de hotel A 5 star hotel with an infinity pool in Bangkok is a nice way of ending a… Continue reading

Koh Wai Island, Thailand

I’ve always dreamt of being in a place that looks like a wallpaper for the monitor, with palm trees leaning over the sea, blue sky, turquoise waters. I think Koh Wai Island in… Continue reading

The White Temple in Chiang Rai, Thailand

The White Temple (Wat Rong Khun) is a surreal looking temple located 13 km South of Chiang Rai, a city in the North of Tailand. The construction of the White Temple started in… Continue reading

Angels of Cambodia

Internet. Tablet. Smart phone. Facebook. Lots of clothes and fancy shoes. They want it and they have it. The kids in the world which I live in. But the world is not limited… Continue reading

Valençay Castle on Loire Valley, France

Château de Valençay It’s one of the most beautiful châteaux of the Loire Valley and from what I noticed, also one of the most underrated. There weren’t many visitors; the traveling agencies and… Continue reading

Lost in fog. Cinquantenaire Park in Brussels, Belgium

It’s been a very dense fog a couple of nights ago in Brussels. The shooting took place in Cinquantenaire Park (I really have to mention the location otherwise you’ll never guess where it… Continue reading

Hasselt, Belgium

Hasselt is a small city in the Flemish region of Belgium, with a population of around 71500 inhabitants. It’s a city taken out from a fairy-tale and the big St. Quentin’s Cathedral is lit… Continue reading

Chenonceau Castle on Loire Valley, France

Among many other beautiful castles on Loire Valley in France, Chateau de Chenonceau is well worth a visit. Built around the 13th century on the river Cher (a left tributary of the river… Continue reading

My hometown – Targoviste, Romania.

What to see in Targoviste? 1. THE ROYAL COURT WITH CHINDIA TOWER The Royal Court and Chindia Tower, the symbol of Targoviste Targoviste is a city full of history. It used to be… Continue reading

On the moon? Mud Volcanoes in Buzau, Romania

Am I on the moon? I am not crazy, I promise. It’s just that for a second there I thought I was teleported on the moon. What am I talking about? An interesting… Continue reading

A stunning castle in Romania: Peles Castle

Peles Castle Built in Neo-Renaissance architecture at the foot of the Bucegi Mountains, in Prahova Valley, in the town of Sinaia, Romania, Peles Castle is one of the most beautiful castles in the… Continue reading