From Turkish Menemen Eggs for breakfast to Vietnamese Salads and Peshwari Burgers for dinner, the restaurant “Of Silk and Salt” takes you on a journey along the Hippie trail to the food secrets of the silk road. I had the pleasure of staying with its owners Anne and Jerome during my time in Kathmandu and to talk to them about their restaurant.
While I love to travel and experience new cultures, every now and then I need some comfort food from home and of course some good coffee. Good thing, hipsterism has arrived in Patan too and provided me with both. Find here some of my favourite hangouts in this southern neighbourhood of Kathmandu.
Kathmandu is a city of festivals and temples. I have not yet been able to count how many little temples I pass on my way to work here and how many festivals have been celebrated since I arrived. Just wandering around will bring you by countless temples and shrines. But do make sure not to miss these five. Read More
Manchester has been a city I have grown to love ever since my little sister did an exchange year there and I visited her. Since then I have visited the city many times, especially since my friends and I became regulars to the close by Rebellion-Festival in Blackpool. Manchester might seem rougher than London and less picturesque, but be assured the café, arts and creativity game is strong here. So if you plan a visit to this city make sure to check out these few of my favourite hangouts.
When travelling for a while, budget usually is something to take into consideration, or it was at least for me. And costs tend to add up especially in cities like Sydney. Yet there are plenty of great things to do and see in this beautiful city that won’t cost you a fortune. So this is my guide to experiencing Sydney in two days for nearly nothing.
Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, was to be my first destination on my five-month-travel-adventure. I arrived in this lively, busy and loud city after many hours in a plane, spent two days exploring the town and came back to its vibrant streets to recharge my travel batteries between destinations in Nepal and again now, just two days before I leave Nepal again.
I like to to come back to places during my travels, to make them a temporary homebase, where I can unwind after busy travel- and hiking-days. And I dont ask for much: Its only four things I need to feel home in any city: