What to eat in Vancouver?

I don’t think anyone can deny that one of the most beautiful things about travelling is to taste all the different, new dishes. The sushi in Japan, the feijoada in Brazil, the stinky but delicious durian in Thailand. There is always at least one local dish to try. If it’s your first time in Canada or Vancouver and you don’t know which are the typical dishes, here are some you should definitely try. Continue reading “What to eat in Vancouver?” »

How to travel for free!

Everyone loves to travel. Few do it. Many boasts of the most disparate pretexts, often just excuse to themselves for fear of leaving their comfort zone. Those who dare to “win this battle against routine”, however, never regret it. Sometimes, however, it’s not about excuses but budget restrictions (for choice or need). Continue reading “How to travel for free!” »

“Don’t touch the whales!”: The magical experience of swimming with whales in Australia

The latest news of the reopening of whaling in Japan has shocked not only environmentalists but also anyone with a minimum of sensitivity, and travellers are often both. It also seems absurd not to understand how much the world of tourism, through whale watching, for example, can bring more profits than a traditional but atrocious and bloody hunt, against animals that can be defined as definitely “good giants”. Continue reading ““Don’t touch the whales!”: The magical experience of swimming with whales in Australia” »

What to do in Manhattan when it rains?

In the meantime, you can move around very well with the subway, which reaches almost every point of the island (yes, if you didn’t already know Manhattan is an island, even if it doesn’t seem like it). And if the subway is already an excellent means of transport when the sun is shining (unless you want to take long pleasant walks) in Manhattan when it rains is definitely the most suitable way to move. Continue reading “What to do in Manhattan when it rains?” »

Here’s what to do in New York when it snows?

Although you run the risk of slipping! It’s well known that snow brings out a goliardic side of people who often don’t show up in public. And so you start throwing snowballs, making puppets and maybe talking to strangers. “The Big Apple” turns into an even more magical city. This does not remove the problem, especially for those who are visiting it, of what to do in New York When it snows. Continue reading “Here’s what to do in New York when it snows?” »