Hostel review Azul y Blanco in Mexico


It’s time for a Mezcalito in the village of Huatulco with Azul y Blanco Hostel… a brand new hostel at the heart of downtown Huatulco. Besides a good night’s sleep due to the new and amazingly comfortable mattresses the hostel also seems to have the most friendly staff that gives you the feeling you’re staying in a Mexican home. more!

Our private boat in the canals of Ghent


It’s Wednesday evening and the weather is good. Many people in Ghent are trying to catch a glimpse of the bright sunshine that is still taking care of the summer feeling we all wish to have. more!

With Lettr we all still love sending a real postcard

lettr_postcardsDon’t you just feel like a young kid waiting to unwrap his Christmas presents to find out what’s inside when you see there’s a postcard laying on your doormat waiting for you to be discovered? Without doubt it beats finding bills, tax notifications and especially the postal advertisement from your local shop.

I like sending cards while I am abroad, but especially love receiving a card from a friend abroad while I am at home. However, the sending part is always a but tricky for the person having to sort it out in the other country – Where do they sell the stamps? How long do I have to stand in line at the local post office? Where can I even buy a card nowadays? more!

Hotspot: El Carajo Tapas Bar

Spanish tapas & Oaxacan dishes

An orange wall with natural bricks surrounding the entrance invite me to have a look at this place. “Rest-Tapas-Bar El Carajo” is written on the wall I find when I spontaneously decide to enter the place and to have a look. A lovely waiter who also appears to be the chef since he just opened his brand new restaurant, an open kitchen where I can see how my food is going to be prepared, cozy colors painted on the walls and a lot of dining space invite me to have a seat. more!