April 21, 2014

Winter in Myrtle Beach, SC

Do you go to the beach in the winter? I do. There’s something romantic about the beach in winter: the emptiness, the seagulls, the cold breeze against my cheek, and the early evening sunset. Last February, I had the chance […]
April 18, 2014
The Eiffel Tower of Paris

The Best Way to Enjoy Paris: Spend Less, Live More

Paris is no doubt must-see place on everyone’s list. It’s one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations, with its history, food scene, and unique atmosphere, receiving 44 million visitors per year. Situated beautifully along the Seine River, Paris is […]
December 13, 2013

21 Destinations of Year 2013

The 21 Best Destinations of 2013 Eleven countries I visited this year, and some of them I entered several times (Malaysia – five times). The list of places is a mix of lot of powerful and intense new destinations, and […]
September 10, 2013
(Pretending to drive) ATV in Chachalacas

Things You Didn’t Know about Veracruz, Mexico

  What You Didn’t Know about Veracruz – and Why You Should Go Mexico was one of the four countries I visited in this August. I was there to attend ATMEX as a hosted media invited by ATTA, and it […]
April 25, 2013
Finding Nemo

Finding Nemo in Malapascua Island, the Philippines

Underwater world of Malapascua Island was as great as over the water Two weeks of my journey in the Philippines is finished. It was a complex mixture of good, extreme bad and something in between. The country was hard to […]
January 17, 2013

Weekend Getaway at Home

  Not everyone can travel every day. Pack and take off is a lot harder than it sounds. The places we went to go are the places that we havent’ been, just like the famous quote, but not sure when […]
January 10, 2013

Day Trip in Europe is the Icing on the Cake – From Paris, Rome and Barcelona

  While I was traveling in Europe I was deeply touched by the world famous landmarks like the Eiffel Tower and Colosseum, but also pleasantly surprised by how many great charming little towns there were. Even though I loved every […]
December 12, 2012
Train travel in Europe

Train Trip is about Journey – Eurail Adventure to Prague

    The longest way to Prague   We were just a few hours away from Prague, the city I was longing to visit for so many years. The logical move would be just hop in the train and make […]
December 1, 2012
Holiday Gift Guide for Travelers

Perfect Holiday Gifts for the Long-Term Travelers

    Don’t know what to buy for your traveler friends and family?   Holiday season has come! Did you finish your holiday shopping yet? If you are a reader of Runaway Juno, I bet you are going to buy […]
November 26, 2012
Iceland glacier

Why Iceland is Better in Winter

The reason to visit Iceland in winter I started and finished my Runaway Europe project in Iceland. The route has been completed clean and nice. The face of Iceland in August and November were quite different – well, it was […]
June 4, 2012

The Well Beaten Track of Vietnam

‘Off the beaten track’ is the magic word for getting travelers’ attention. We want something different. Funny, when you think about the old days when not many people were traveling, doing typical things were the best. Doing things that everyone […]
May 15, 2012

How to Successfully Get Tailor Made Clothes in Hoi An, Vietnam

This is what you have to do in Hoi An, Vietnam — getting the tailor made clothes. There are more than 400 tailor shops around the town for everything: dress, skirts, shirts, bikinis, shoes, accessories and even jewelries. You can custom […]