Australia is one of the most urbanized and beautiful countries in the world. The general thought is that Australia is very similar to North America which is partially true. but there are some major differences you want to know before visiting this amazing country. If you’re lucky enough to travel to this country keep reading […]10 things to know before traveling to Australia — Delusional Bubble
The United States is an amazing country to explore, especially if you are a road trip lover. This country has countless beauties peppered from East to West. In this post, we’ll introduce the top 10 road trips in the U.S. Florida Keys Scenic Highway, FL Known as the “Road to Paradise”, this 110 miles long […]the top 10 ROAD TRIPS IN THE U.S. — Delusional Bubble
*And more road trips here.
Europe is a peaceful, beautiful continent with countless beautiful cities to visit! The green continent is full of amazing places. If you’re looking for the best European cities to add to your bucket list, keep reading as in this post, we’ll talk about the top 10 best European cities to visit this year. More than […]Top 10 Best European Cities to Visit this year — Delusional Bubble
*A guide to Europe — but when will be freer to travel?
So I’ve shown you The Black Diamond (Den Sorte Diamant) a while back, but not this gem of a garden hidden behind it. I intended to share these photos much earlier, but I honestly there are so many pictures piling up on my computer that I forget about, and I can’t keep track of what […]Den Konglige Biblioteks Have — Life in Copenhagen
*Denmark is a fascinating country.
On the final full day of our roadtrip we headed to Hamburg as our last stopover. We were pretty tired by this point and arrived rather late in the day, so didn’t do as much exploring as the previous days. I did manage to capture a couple of photos in the centre though 🙂Euro-roadtrip Day 6: Hamburg, Germany — Life in Copenhagen
*The Beatles in Hamburg here.
We all heard that Asian countries are developing cities and skyscrapers at a rapid pace. However, seeing it in person gives more meaning to that statement. So, Bangkok is big and about the same size as the city of New York City. Yet, I never have seen so many cars in bumper-to-bumper traffic in my…Seeing The Scale of Bangkok And Getting lost — Passport Overused
The United States of America as we know was established just a few hundred years ago by immigrants from all over the world. Since this country is still fairly new, a lot of towns and cities have been named after the cities the immigrants come from like London, Copenhagen, and Paris. But some towns took […]THE 10 FUNNIEST TOWN NAMES IN AMERICA — Delusional Bubble
*One day I will do some trips in America… but not right now.
Latin America is not known as the safest place for visitors but that’s mostly a stereotype! If you visit the right places, be respectful, and don’t show off your fancy stuff in the street, Latin American countries will be your “Go-To” places to visit. In this post, we’ll talk about the 10 safest places in […]The Safest Places in Latin America for Travelers — Delusional Bubble
Okay, here’s a little break from my roadtrip re-caps – I’m back with a Sunday Museum post! Although, I may be cheating a little bit here because DAC is not a typical museum and I didn’t actually pay for the entry to go inside. But if the freely accessible parts of the place are anything […]DAC (Danish Architecture Center), Copenhagen — Life in Copenhagen
The Australian government-backed agricultural supply chain platform Entrust has announced it will operate on Hedera Hashgraph — a distributed ledger platform claiming a transactional throughput of 10,000 transactions per second. South Australia’s premier, Steven Marshall, officially launched Entrust on September 20, describing the platform’s initial focus as protecting the wine and dairy manufacturing industries from […]South Australian food and wine tracing platform teams up with Hedera — CryptoScoop
It was my first day in Thailand and I had to see a Buddhist Temple. I couldn’t wait to rest up. My main reason for coming to Thailand was to experience the Buddhist culture. There was no time for no sleep. I was in a city of 33,902 active temples. I asked around and there…Visting A Buddhist Temple For The First Time — Passport Overused