Photographic views on things.

Saigon, the sympathetic anthill

Saigon - for me the world capital of street business. Cookshops and snack stands at every 50 meters. Basic, fresh, authentic.

Kuala Lumpur backyard views

City of contrasts. Transition from traditional to modern. Extensive walking reveals interesting vis-á-vis.

“Pomana porcului” at Curtea de Arges, Romania

Slaughtering the pig and eating from its raw skin is one of my weaker skills, but very popular in Romania. They call it "Going to the sorici [shau|ridge]".

Stylish seafood lunch at “Citronelle”, Bucharest

Good idea to consider "Citronelle" the venue for your next business dinner in Bucharest.

Tatar traditional “Belyashi”

Oil-fried, minced meat-filled Belyashi are a Tatar tradition in the Russian home-made cuisine.

Unwanted room burglary at Ramada Hotel, Sibiu (Hermannstadt)

We have all been in this situation: You can't get open your hotel room because the key card is demagnetized.

“Tips not included!” at “Kuchi”, Berlin-Mitte

It was one of these Fridays when I come back home after 2-3 weeks of business abroad. My family takes me out for dinner to a restaurant then.

Shiva, cloves and sea view diners on Bali

Impressively good infrastructure, intact roads and optical fiber cables for broadband internet on our way to the cloves farmers in the northern part of Bali.

Night walk at Clarke Quay, Singapore

Compared to other nightlife hotspots I've been to (i.e. Germany), Clarke Quay is sort of a mix of ...

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