As we woke up the first morning of our late September city break Moscow and opened the curtains at our Penta Hotel room’s window we saw a quiet, empty street below. The golden-onion domed Savior of the Christ glimmered in the morning light not far away to the left. One of the famous Russian gothic and baroque style skyscrapers, … More City Break Moscow
We enjoyed a week of in the many-faced capital of South Korea. Here we give you several reasons why Seoul should be your next travel destination. Go now, as Seoul is already hot, but still cool! According to Mastercard’s Global Destination Cities Index, Seoul is the 11th most visited city among the 162 cities listed … More Why Seoul should be your next travel destination
Venice, La Serenissima is unlike any other city in the world. A unique maritime power in the medieval and early modern world, this gateway to the Orient situated in the heart of a lagoon, in the northeast Italy, still has a spirit and soul that leave you speechless. Call us blinded by the clichées, but Venice … More Venice, La Serenissima
We suggest East Nanjing Road as the starting point for exploring Shanghai especially if you don’t have many days to explore. … More East Nanjing Road, Shanghai
The islands of Gatun Lake, the large artificial lake of Panama Canal, are not islands at all, but mountain tops. We had never heard of this surreal reality before, Panama Canal was built over mountains. They say that below surface the spirits of the villages that were drowned during the process, still keep calling for … More Partial Transit of Panama Canal
Travel year 2017 has been exiting for a number of reasons. Firstly, we started DINKgo – Travel Stories Worth Sharing travel blog in February this year together with the social media channels. Secondly, we visited a bunch of totally new destinations that had been on our list for quite some time. The third reason for … More Best of 2017 Travel Awards
We have lost count on the times we’ve been to Las Vegas, but this July we finally made it to Macau. Often referred to with names like The Vegas of East, we knew Macau has become a luxurious gambling destination within a decade. Some friends who had been to Macau before us gave us a … More Is Macau the Las Vegas of East?
Our first visit to Singapore a couple of years ago was a fun one. Each day was different, none of them boring. We would suggest Singapore to anyone and even to the less experienced travelers as the first Far East destination. 1. The Compact Size Everything is easily accessed in Singapore, the distances are not … More 10+1 Reasons We Love Singapore For
Why would anyone want to spend their Christmas in Las Vegas? Well, we’ve experienced many and have nothing but good memories to share. There are many festive things to do in Las Vegas, and contrary to what one might think, you can really get into the Holiday Mood here. So, what to do in Vegas … More Christmas in Las Vegas?
We sit by the kitchen table as often in Sunday evenings. We’ve got our iPads, iPhones, calendars, travel books, to do -lists, maps and music. Las Vegas theme music. Frank Sinatra. Ellie Goulding. Jimmy Buffet. Tom Petty. The Doors. Chicago. Sara Bareilles. Faith Hill. Billy Joel. The Rolling Stones. Tom Jones. Willie Nelson. Eagles. Lana … More We Don’t Stop Believing, Las Vegas