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Travel Nostalgia

Sometimes, when I close my eyes, I can still see myself walking uphill, leaving the Sunset District in San Francisco, on a warm November morning after a walk on Ocean Beach. That was my very last day of my two-month…

Melbourne: Richmond and St Kilda

More residential and similar to Sydney, Richmond and St. Kilda are healthy eating hubs but still incredibly fun. Here are my favourite spots on this side of Melbourne. EAT The Kettle Black Probably Melbourne’s most popular café, The Kettle Black…

Why I admire Couchsurfing Hosts

When you work 9 to 6 in a metropolis, having random travellers crash on your couch might not be your ideal of a relaxed evening. Yet, Couchsurfing hosts in over 10 USA cities were willing to put me up – and…

Couchsurfing chronicles: party at San Francisco’s HQ

A party at San Francisco’s Couchsurfing Headquarters helped me live my surfing experience to the fullest. Read on to find out about what happened last month in San Francisco.  Couchsurfing isn’t only an amazing social network connecting like-minded people who…

Sunset and San Francisco’s Ocean Beach

Not too far from the Golden Gate Park, San Francisco’s Sunset neighbourhood is calm and full of families. You can explore it by following the N line of the MUNI, which cuts through cute little streets with cafés and wonderful…

The Golden Gate Bridge and Park

Here are a few pictures of the Golden Gate Bridge and Golden Gate Park, some of the most famous tourist attractions in the world. You can get to the park with the N MUNI train from central San Francisco. Make…

Alcatraz and Ai Wei Wei

The ferrys to Alcatraz leave every day from San Francisco’s Pier 33 for $30. It’s a great way to enjoy marvellous views of Frisco and to see a historic building. Book online to avoid queues and make sure you go…
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