Upon touchdown I had managed to catch a good nights' sleep (albeit, due to time difference, it was 3am Melbourne time when I finally crashed), and even woke up for hotel breakfast early next morning. Late afternoon, I ventured into the CBD area with hopes of locating Hardware Societe which was further out past Collins Street,… Continue reading [MELBOURNE] oo2. Caffe e Torta
Ever wondered what lies behind and inside the famous clock tower of Munich? Well, here's a glimpse! A cafè/pub/restaurant lies within stone-grey walls, hidden away from the world that is watching the fairy stales spin atop the tower's clock. xoxo, Viktoria Jean
Touched down on the third largest city in Germany, the host city of the 1972 Summer Olympics, with the cutest city motto: München mag dich, which literally means Munich loves you. On the first day, we had lunch at Dachau Station, KZ-Gedenkstätte, in which our Döner (kebab) came in colossal proportions! Our stop where we touched down… Continue reading Travel-diary: Asians in Munich
Built circa 1080 Milan, Northern Italy The walls of the Basilica The confession chamber. Speak the truth, even if your voice quivers. There's something about churches that illuminate the unspeakable calm One does not need to be of a certain religion to appreciate the beautiful monotony of rites The Basilica also houses the tomb of… Continue reading Travel-diary: Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio
A 6-hour journey on foot in Milan as a solo explorer armed with just my camera and a cup of Caffe Shakerato Sights and sounds of a bustling Italian city. Beautiful.
Perhaps I'm not too much of a winter person. Hiding from the incessant drizzle in the heated warmth of the hotel just shows what a coward I am!Checked in at Rendezvous Melbourne in the evening. Dinner was at Nando's, before bumming with Rena and watching Running Man till we almost dropped dead from laughing and… Continue reading Travel-diary: Melbourne