Almost at the end of my bike trip for this year, I arrived Monte San Guisto, the smiling city in the east of Italy and spent a memorable week there! I have never been to a festival like Clown&Clown before, it did consist of fantastic programs with a variety of clown and artist performances, but… Read More Clown & Clown Festival in Monte San Guisto, Italy
Longest Railway in the world, once a lifetime you have to try this!
Cycled through the southern Part of Finalnd and Aland, I will come back again in winter!
There is a strong emphasis on “Filial piety” in traditional families that parents or seniors expect their children to take care of them when they grow old. This idea is deeply embedded in many cultures, and it is actually a good security to ensure the elderly is taken care of. However if the ultimate mission… Read More Taking care of our happiness vs taking care of families
As many ordinary people think, life should be getting good education, finding an excellent job, earning a lot of money, then marry a beautiful partner, start a happy family, have bunch of kids, live in a grand house… That is the dream of many people, I admit that I used to think like that when… Read More Why do you need more?
Portugal is a small country with nice beaches in west coast and well reserved forest and national parks in the east side with the Spanish border. Just within a month I cycled from the north to the south and discovered several interesting typical Portuguese cultures that I would like to share with you. Architecture Tiles… Read More Portugal – A port to go, embrace traditional Portuguese cultures
The world should be full of love, and full of people unconditionally give and receive, no matter what journey you are taking! You should be grateful for being the one who is able to give, because you will never know when you would become the one who needs help. Last week when I was walking… Read More Give a helping hand to fellow travelers
Cycling around Portugal and learn about Portuguese culture
The next day it was a fun ride as we rolled down the hill from Vitoria towards Bilbao. Hitting both the breaks fully for almost 10km, we definitely wish that it could happen everyday. But if we did not climb up with all our strength and exhausted to death the previous day, we could not… Read More Living in a yurt and Running in Basque Country
In Feb 2015, I traveled to Morocco with 2 friends for 3 weeks, we all enjoyed this wonderful country located in Northern Africa! Going to the Sahara Desert on camel caravans is in one of my bucket list, and it turned out to be an unforgettable part of the trip! However, Morocco has a lot… Read More Apart from Camel and Desert – Traveling Tips in Morocco