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Abbaye Notre-Dame d’Orval

Abbaye d'Orval, Belgique, Europe

Orval Abbey, Villers-devant-Orval, Belgium

Founded as a Cistercian monastery, the abbey is well-known for its history and current spiritual life. Trappist Cistercian monks still welcome guests for short retreats.

The Abbaye Notre Dame d’Orval attracts also many tourists probably thanks to ist local production of Trappist Beer and typical cheese!

Markets in Shimla

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Chandigarh: Le Corbusier City

In the capital of both states of Punjab and Haryana, buildings and roads are as important as trees.

Chandigarh is a very well organised city designed by the Swiss architect Le Corbusier. Divided up into different sectors, one of them being for pedestrian only Chandigarh is one of the best planned city in India. And in sector 22, look for one of the best sweets shop and restaurant called Sai Sweet!

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Georgetown, a historical and cultural delight


Walking down the colorful streets,  Enjoying the Art Galleries and cafes, Playing Congkak in Penang museum, Tasting Indian food late in the afternoon in Little India, Walking through the early fresh market… go there and find your path through Georgetown, a UNESCO World Heritage City!



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It might be the post with the most photographs in it, please take time to enjoy them all!

Tasty food in Melaka

Melaka is a historical city South from Kuala Lumpur. People from different nationalities settled there. As a result Melaka is today a true melting pot of people and a place with a huge choice of different kind of food: pineapple tarts, Chicken Rice, Fried Oyster, Cendol…




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Markets in KL

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Lovely Markets in Melbourne

Markets in Melbourne are both colorful and surprising: strawberries and pineapples dance with oranges!


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Taste from Thailand!

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