La Rochelle. I can understand people’s obsession with doors we see in all those blog posts collecting the wonder of … More
Isn’t it funny how sometimes we get the biggest warnings for the things, cities, sites we enjoy the most in … More
I saw this girl on her inspirational quest every day on my way out of the hostel and into the streets of Barrio Bellavista, Santiago de Chile, exploring as she seems to…
I keep coming back to Valparaiso in these challenge-inspired posts and now, it is becoming clear why. It is the city where I had most fun, for sure.
Charming isn’t the word I would ever use for this city, a hauntingly stretched metropolis if you view it and its ever spreading horizons from Cerro San Cristóbal. But then there is a certain feel of delight in the streets of my favourite quarters…
The forgotten quarter of French capital? By tourists, maybe. By locals, no.
Sometimes you have a conversation with a certain conclusion and then the conclusion appears on the wall next to you, … More
Santiago, I liked you. But it is Valparaiso who stole a couple of pieces of my heart, when Atacama already … More
Street art in Barrio Bellavista, Santiago de Chile, the best part of the city for walking, chilling, having a lunch … More
Street art in Brussels.
My favourite mini part of a big, dreamy and absolutely stunning mural made by various artists.
by Vhils. Just one of the beautiful faces he created from the empty walls of Paris.
It’s about the little things you find in life… or in a city. Parc de Belleville, Paris.
The hidden jewel in touristy Paris. And my new favourite street.
…is a puzzle. Definitely.
Impressive street art. Seen in Marseille, Quartier du Panier.
Life is beautiful and you are like it.
The Wisdom of Paris streets.
”…I’m psychotic.” Spotted in Marseille, Quartier du Panier.
Make love, not war? Make peace, not money. — Anti-war & Anti-Nato & Anti-capitalism graffiti. Alfama, Lisboa.
”Don’t be such a grown-up.”
One of my favourite graffiti in Ljubljana.
”Make love. Make art. ” ☮ Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Ça marche / pas ?
The Wisdom of London streets. Brick Lane.
”I think, but I am not.” – The streets of Lisbon against Descartes.