Month: March 2019

How to feel spiritual in Rishikesh, India?

If there is one spiritual place you must visit in India I would recommend Rishikesh in the northern state of Uttarkhand. Situated in the Himalayan foothills on the shore of Ganges river, Rishikesh is popular for studying yoga and meditation. Women all around the world flock to Rishikesh to get trained and certified in Yoga as a teacher. (more…)


How to spend a week in Crete Island in Greece

Crete is the largest island by size in the Aegean Sea. Crete is part of many great ancient civilizations. It was founded during the Minoan civilization, one of the most important civilizations of the world (2600-1150 BC). Then around 69 AD the Romans annexed Crete as part of ever expanding empire. After the fall of Roman empire, Crete fell under the domination of the Ottomans in 824, and stayed under it for 137 years. During those years the city of Heraklion was founded. (more…)

Tirana – the capital of Albania

The capital of Albania is impressive right away. There are cities in which you immediately feel comfortable as it happens in Tirana. The city is eclectic but not aggressive. Lots of trees. Lots of space. Very friendly shopkeepers, waiters, hosts of rented housing. (more…)

How to do Israel in one week

Israel is one country that you can absolutely see in a week. The country is not big although it is blessed with a diverse landscape (sea, desert and mountains). From the coral reef filled Red Sea to world heritage UNESCO site in Jerusalem – with history going back all the way to foundation of Christianity – to hypersaline waters of Dead sea to new Hi-Tech accelerator center in Haifa, Israel is both interesting, adventurous and unique. One thing to remember is Israel is an expensive country in the Middle East. (more…)

My top cities to live as a Digital Nomad

I’ve been a Digital Nomad / Tech Entrepreneur / Guy who works from home type of person since 2016. I like this life style. It has its downside. But for the most part is is great. I’ve visited almost 30 countries in the last 3 years while living a DN lifestyle. I’ve met many other DNs who lead a similar lifestyle. They all have preferences in terms of what you consider as ideal place to live and work. (more…)