1 year in Switzerland; the 10 things we miss most from Malaysia February 24, 2021, we boarded a plane from Malaysia to Singapore and then on to Switzerland, to our new destination. That means we've been living in Zurich for a year now, so it's time for a look back. Even though time passes so quickly, we regularly think back to our
Happy New Year! Looking back at 2021, relocation and traveling HAPPY NEW YEAR! After a week in the Netherlands for Christmas and New Year's, I am now on the train from Arnhem to Zürich. With a delay of an hour, the new year starts somewhat frustrated, but that should not spoil the fun of looking back on the past year. January In
From vacationing in Langkawi to moving to Switzerland It has been a while since I last posted a blog, and we are already halfway through the second month of 2021. A lot has happened recently, work, vacation, and arranging a move! Time to catch up. Mrs. Corona Our plans looked very different last year. We were going to return to the
Digital photo book: favorite photos of Asia It is the first week of the last month, and that means we are almost at the end of 2020. Time flies, only we are not, haha. And precisely because we are not on the road that much anymore, and we aren't able to visit other countries in Asia, this is the perfect time to bring in
CMCO Kuala Lumpur part 2, in lockdown again It is Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, and for the fourth week in a row, we are sitting at a coffee shop with our laptops. We start the weekend with an hour of walking before we settle down at a cozy neighborhood in TTDI. We don't walk much further than this because we are
5 Instagram-worthy lunch cafes in Kuala Lumpur A while ago, I wrote a blog with five favorites lunch restaurants in Kuala Lumpur. Because five is far too little and we still try something new almost every week, it's time for part two. Five Instagram worthy lunch cafes in Kuala Lumpur where you can, besides eating delicious food, also take beautiful pictures!
Penang’s street art in Georgetown When we are on vacation in our own country, it is nice to go to all the tourist attractions. So we did that in Penang. On an early Sunday morning, we walked a mapped out route to search for the street art in Georgetown. Ernest Zacharevic In February, I already wrote a blog about the murals
Dessert date review: Kakigori in Kaki Yuki dessert bar This time no dinner date review, but a dessert review! Just as tasty, or it might be even better than dinner. For a year, I avoided it, too afraid that I would get addicted to this dessert. But in Penang, we couldn't escape it and ordered Kakigori in the Kaki Yuki cafe. Shaved ice
Plastic garbage in Malaysia; cleaning up nappies and toothbrushes at Redang Island Full nappies, flip-flops, toothbrushes, and thousands of cigarette butts! This is not the summary of an evening that got a little worse than planned! This was our view from our sunbeds on the island of Redang. A beautiful dream island with the most beautiful blue sea we have ever seen,
Dinner date review: Redang Moon - Vitamin Sea Kitchen After exactly one year, we are back on Redang. Last year we found it so beautiful here and came to rest, that's why we decided to go there again. The options in terms of food are limited, but we managed to get a table at the restaurant Redang Moon - Vitamin Sea Kitchen.