Visually Impaired People Share Their Travel Experiences

Humans naturally take for granted most of everything we have and if we think about it, we can’t imagine being without it, including any of our five senses. If you are fortunate enough to have all of your five senses working, I bet you haven’t even thought of how it would be to travel without any one of them. Can you imagine walking into a brewery in Dublin and not smell the hops? Or walking into a chocolate shop in Belgium and smell nothing? Continue reading “Visually Impaired People Share Their Travel Experiences”


Painted Around The World

portland division tea house art

I love art, it has been a big part of my life. I grew up loving all kinds of artistic sets, I adore going to museums, I enjoy painting, and I love admiring art in architecture across the world. It’s truly inspiring, the colors, the patterns, the light, the shadows, the details, the abstraction, the meaning…

I love how art can be very meditative and liberating too.

In this post I will feature all kinds of painted art from walls to cars, canvases and ceilings from across the world. Continue reading “Painted Around The World”

Kulture Shop in Mumbai – Premium Lifestyle Brand and Graphic Art


Kulture Shop is a premium lifestyle brand representing the top innovative Indian graphic artists around the globe. They have created a movement originating in its studio that’s fast becoming a hub for India’s cultural people.

They sell goods on their e-commerce marketplace at kultureshop and its brick-and-mortar studio shop in Bandra (Mumbai). Today ELLE India says: “Kulture Shop is fast gaining a name as the new champion of Indian Graphic Art”. Continue reading “Kulture Shop in Mumbai – Premium Lifestyle Brand and Graphic Art”

Meet The “Rainbow Grandpa” Who Saved His Village With Art

93-year-old artist Huang Yung-fu posing for a photo next to his artwork in the Rainbow Village in the Nantun district of Taiwan’s central Taichung. By Sam Yeh image source

This is a clear example of how art can change the world, as this 93 year-old man did in his town in Vietnam when the government warned that they were going to demolish and were asked to relocate.  Continue reading “Meet The “Rainbow Grandpa” Who Saved His Village With Art”

Hundertwasserhaus in Vienna, Austria

Hundertwasserhaus, Vienna
Hundertwasserhaus, Vienna

The Hundertwasserhaus is an apartment house in Vienna, Austria, built after the idea and concept of Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser with architect Joseph Krawina.

This is an expressionist landmark of Vienna and a must-see.  Continue reading “Hundertwasserhaus in Vienna, Austria”

10 Amazing Museums To Visit Around The World

Aerial view of the Chapultepec Castle in Mexico City. image source

One of my favorite travel activities is to visit museums. I just love the feeling that museums provide, which is hard to describe. Especially art museums where the feeling is more peaceful, quiet and contemplative. But I’ve been to several non-art museums too that I have really enjoyed about topics like aviation, space, science, and history.

What I like about museums also is that every person that visits one, has a different experience, we all learn something different and we all have different favorite pieces of it.

Below is a list of 10 of the best museums I have been to around the world.  Continue reading “10 Amazing Museums To Visit Around The World”

A Map of the Introvert’s Heart

I saw this and I had to share it.

Gemma Correll drew this introvert’s heart map, and as an introvert/ambivert myself I think it’s pretty accurate.  Continue reading “A Map of the Introvert’s Heart”