This is my grandma, or babushka as I prefer to call her. She is in her 80’s and lives in a one bedroom flat in Minsk, Belarus. When I think of her, first things that spring into my mind are how neat and tidy she is, her red lampshade in the living room, old school phone and her enormous supply of pickled veg and jams. … Continue reading Babushkas rule the world
Let’s face it, cat cafes are so last year. Thanks Nature cafe in Seoul, South Korea. How to get there: Hongik University station, line two. Continue reading Sheep cafe
by Andrey As I sit in the hotel lobby waiting for my airport shuttle, I thought why not jot down a few points on my week here in Morocco. Morocco, a country of over 35 million people and the most westerly of the North African counties. In short hot, dry, rocky and lots of people!My trip started in Marrakesh, a bustling market city. Head to … Continue reading Moroccan Adventure
Let’s just face it – Japan is an odd place. Yes, it is one of the most developed countries in the world, yet most of the infrastructure, especially public transport and points of sale look rather dated. Plus there are so many quirky things, you need to walk around with your eyes closed to not get amused. Here is an example how to use a … Continue reading Japanese oddities
The website llamafont.com serves only one purpose – anything you type is changed into llama characters. Because, well, why wouldn’t you want to write something in llamas? They make everything better. If only there was a website where you can write in bears. Again, an extremely “useful” thing I can’t wait to try. It kind of goes together with llamas. Think llamas, alpacas, ponchos and pompoms. I am … Continue reading Why hasn’t anyone thought of this before?