How to get free WIFI at airports

thinkstockphotos-4790333261We’ve all been there. Trying to kill time at the airport before a flight, only to see that WIFI isn’t complimentary.  Continue reading

Eating Local in Berlin

_DSC0159Berlin’s the perfect city to be a foodie. There’s a wide spectrum of street food, vendor markets and restaurants ranging from hole-in-the-wall to over-the-top. And in Berlin, the latest big push for establishments is going locavore. Continue reading

Slow Life in Baan Kiriwong

handicraftOn a recent trip to southern Thailand with The iTravel Channel, I found a village that’s all about taking things one step at a time. Continue reading

Sand Pagodas in Bang Saen


Usually, I spend Songkran burrowed in my apartment with take-out or on some remote island. The world’s biggest water fight, Thai New Year, totally freaks me out! I hate getting shot with water guns and slopped with chalk, and if you’re out on the street, you’re considered fair game!

But this year, I decided to come out of hiding and get right into the action filming for The iTravel Channel in Baeng San.

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Getting Wind of Wolfenbüttel

IMG_7196My apologies for being so silent! I’m working hard on a TV project that I’ll be sharing very soon. In the meantime, let me tell you about one of the most charming and historic small towns I’ve ever been to. It’s called Wolfenbüttel, and I recently wrote an article about it for Deutsche Welle’s Discover Germany. Continue reading

Polish Holiday: A Weekend in Kraków


Every journalist is kind of a history geek at heart. What can I say, we just love to hear a good story! And Kraków, Poland is the kind of city that’s chockfull of stories. Continue reading

Berlin to Prague

imageI only just got back from Prague, Czech Republic, and I’m already dying to go back. Good thing is it’s only a four-hour train ride from Berlin! Continue reading

Dessert of the Gods

2014-09-09 16.38.15Give into a sugar rush at Konstandinidis pastry shop, one of my best discoveries in Athens after a day at the beach. Continue reading

Hiking Around Berlin

66lakesWhen it comes to discovering the Great Outdoors in Germany, the deep south tends to get all the credit. But if you happen to be around Berlin, and are up for a real hiking challenge off the beaten track, allow me tell you about the 66 Lakes Trail. Continue reading

Take a Food Tour

tot1 Who says you can’t teach a jaded expat new tricks? On my first food tour though Bangkok I learned that looking through the eyes of a tourist can be a good thing. Continue reading