If you’re looking for the most heavenly melted cheese and bread in Paris, look no further than the 18th district. Continue reading
When it comes to Berlin’s legendary underground nightlife, this is the best of the best. Open airs, illegal outdoor parties that sprung up after the fall of the Berlin Wall in public parks and fields. Deutsche Welle, Germany’s international broadcaster, asked me to find out where the raves are going down these days. Continue reading
A couple days ago I attended my first wedding in Germany for good friends, Miguel and Lejla. It was a beautiful day in Munich’s English Garden and Seehaus,with lots of Prosecco and great people! It was also an interesting experience for a Canadian who has never seen anyone get hitched outside of her own home country!
Thailand is known for its ancient massage techniques, but here’s something you may not realize: there’s also a longstanding tradition of training masseuses who are visually impaired. Continue reading
“Gentrification” is the ultimate buzzword in Berlin these days. But I was surprised to find another neighbourhood besides the much-moaned about Neukölln and Kreuzberg changing dramatically: Mitte, the city’s prime shopping haunt. Continue reading
I’m back in Bangkok after filming for the last week on the beautiful island Koh Phangan. One of the stories we filmed for Coconuts TV was about a psychedelic substance called ibogaine, that’s said to be a miracle cure for drug addiction.
I’ve been MIA as of late — but with very good reason! I’m back in beautiful Bangkok, visiting old friends and haunts, working on articles that have been simmering for some time and eagerly discovering new stories to tell. But one of the best moments so far, hands-down, has been the 2014 Digital Innovation Asia conference. Continue reading