If it’s your first time here you totally need some tips on how to book a hotel in China: many of them are not willing/allowed to accept people from outside the Country.
It's been one year since I moved to China.
I had the opportunity to leave my Country (Italy) to teach abroad and I choose to come to Nanjing.
The Covid years were really hard for me and my husband, Italy was one of the places with more restrictions and mandates, day to day life was hell.... so we needed a fresh start.
China was not considered the best place at the time, epidemic measures were still enforced and we had no idea what the future would have been, but considered how bad we were feeling in our own Country we just made a bet, and won!
After some months life in China got back to normality, we could travel around both inside and outside mainland, and now we are enjoying a pretty good life.
I will do my best to talk about my new life here!
Even though in recent years I have been traveling with my husband or my friends, in the past I used to travel alone, and I loved it!
It all started when I was a kid and desperately wanted to visit London...
A comprehensive guide on how to enjoy vegan food in the Red Sea area; whether you are staying in Marsa Alam, Hurghada or Sharm el Sheikh you’ll have plenty of options. I got myself fill even in the cheapest of the resorts 🙂
This winter I spent Xmas swimming and sunbathing on the Red Sea...and guess what? I only paid 250 euros for an entire week in an all inclusive resort, direct flight from Venice, insurance, visa and airport transfer.
Just follow my suggestions if you want to plan a self made Marsa Alam holiday and save tons of money 🙂
I am not really a hiking person, I prefer to lay down on a beach and have a swim...but when I heard that this vegan friendly hut offers a wide selection of vegan dishes I decided I had to go… it had been a lifetime since my last decent vegan sacher cake.
So here's my guide on how to get to the Vajolet Refuge
I am sure you already know that Sri Lanka is heaven for vegans, but in this post I want to tell you what I loved most about vegan food in Sri Lanka: its tradition of “all you can eat” curry pot buffets.
Let's have a look at the ones that I enjoyed most in 3 different locations.