Who would have thought that Kos Town would be this pretty? Well, it was and this is what I saw with my iPhone… All the photos above were taken in the town centre and with the town being so small it’s easy to walk from one end to another.
This is the dilemma loads of travellers face — whether to stay in Krabi Town or Ao Nang. And it ain’t easy deciding because both places have something unique about themselves. Having visited both places on several occasions I can compare the two and conclude which one is better. So here it is. Ao Nang … More Ao Nang or Krabi Town?
There’s a famous saying. “There are two means of refuge from the misery of life — music and cats.” Yes, this might be very well said, but for me, there’s nothing better than travelling and cats and when the two get combined, I’m in heaven. #kitten #cat #Greece A post shared by Tomas Dano (@fashionho) … More Kos: The cat island
Living in London, I am quite lucky with having a limitless amount of things to do and to see. And as it is rare to get sunny days in London even during summer months, I feel like it’s an obligatory thing to go out when it’s sunny. So blessed with a dry and sunny day I decided … More Brick Lane in one day
British Museum is one of my favourite places in London. Almost every guidebook and every travel itinerary puts British Museum at the top of their top 10 lists of things to do and to see in London. Although I visited museum about a million times, most people do it in one single day, which is … More British Museum in a day
Kos Town ancient sites in photos as seen through my iPhone 6s. Read the guide to Kos Town ancient sites here.
Despite its bad reputation, I decided to visit Kos this summer. I decided to visit because the island offers one of the best ancient ruin sightseeing opportunities to be had on any of the Greek islands. And if you like history just like me, you will like Kos, especially Kos Town. With wild nightlife, nearby … More Guide to Kos Town’s ancient sites