The Emirate of Kuwait.

Kuwait, which etymology in arabic means “little fort”,  is located in the Persian Gulf, that’s why its temperatures in the summer are quite high. Out of all the times I visited it I have to say that December was the month I could venture out & about without melting. Kuwait is one of the richest countries in the world,

The kingdom of Bahrain.

This little country of the Persian Gulf is formed by an archipelago of islands being Bahrain the biggest one, which is not that big, it’s only 55 km long per 18 wide. Its people are lovely & kind. Amongst them is Mohamed, a true gentleman who took me around to visit some of the places

Boxing Day in Macau.

After spending Christmas in Hong Kong we went to spend Boxing Bay on the island of Macau, which is 70km south & the most densely populated region of the world. We decided to take the bus instead of the ferry so we were able to cross the bridge that links the two islands. It had

Konnichiwa Tokyo.

Tokyo is like a doll’s house, everything is tiny and compact. It exits the kind of wonderful respect and civism amongst its inhabitants that makes this so populated city work with a flow. They respect the queues and the direction where everyone heads to, they even have some crossings I had never seen in any