Travel-diary: Dachau Concentration Camp, Munich

Exceedingly bright and cloudless summer day spent at Dachau, Germany’s longest running Jewish concentration camp Here we are at the gate, where 60,000 Jews entered but never left. (admittedly, we look a tad too happy for the solemnity, but it’s a tourist thing) To be honest it could be a lovely walk in the parkContinue reading “Travel-diary: Dachau Concentration Camp, Munich”

Travel-diary: Naviglio grande Milano

Traveling is indeed a discovery of the self – I’ve learnt that shopping is no fun when there’s so much sightseeing and exploration to do! While everyone else was at Serravalle (designer outlet), I took to exploring on my own. Armed with a fedora, and a city map and my batman suit, I was determined toContinue reading “Travel-diary: Naviglio grande Milano”

Brisbane, King George Square

Someday I’d wish to be a true backpacker in Brisbane; just my haversack & laptop for a couple of weeks. Too many amazing streets to stroll along, colors and sights to see, vintage buildings to admire, and entertaining buskers to applaud. Liberal-minded people to talk to and be impressed by. Talents abound and magic toContinue reading “Brisbane, King George Square”