My travel log

On this page, I have categorized the posts I wrote about my past vacations. I hope these can be helpful in your vacation planning. Click on the links to go to the posts and to read more about it.

You may also want to check out my travel blogs for more information:
Hong Kong Eat Play Sleep
Japan Eat Play Sleep

Milan and Venice (2010)


Carpisa is a bag store, where you can buy Italian design bags for a reasonable price. They also sell accessories like gloves, hats, key chains, wallets, and men's bags.

Hong Kong


Shopping for fashion and cosmetics:

My Sasa purchases:

Shopping for souvenirs:

Cheap food:

Yummy desserts:

How to spend your last day in Hong Kong the most efficient:





Narita airport:


A yukata is a traditional Japanese piece of clothing that is worn mostly during the summer (especially at the summer festivals). The beautiful prints makes it a must to bring back home as a souvenir. The price can vary from as cheap as €20-30 at small shops in shopping arcades, to €70-100 euros, which is about what I paid. But there are also very special hand-made ones that cost a whole lot more. If you have more money to spend, you can also consider getting a kimono.

There are many one price stores in Japan, where you can buy a variety of things for just 100 yen, 315 yen, or at a discounted price. Here are a few that you might want to visit:

Ruinas is a store that sells high quality jewelry in a romantic style for a reasonable price.

At Parts club stores, you can find all kind of (swarovski) beads, accessories, and tools to make your own jewelry.

Pa nail polishes:

Japanese fashion magazines with freebies:


In Japan, you will be spending about 500-1500 yen for a meal.

At a Calbee Plus store, you can order all kinds of snacks that you normally can only buy pre-packaged in the convenience store or supermarket, made right there on the spot. For example, you can order piping hot, fried Calbee potato chips or sticks. 

Interesting places:

Brussels day trip (2015)

The Hague


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