The changing face of Tirana
Namibia’s Skeleton Coast, Italy's surprising capital of coffee, remote working in Venice, and Is Japan open yet?
PHNOM PENH - It’s my last week in Cambodia, and it is has been relatively easy to travel here. Crossing borders is still complicated, though there is a glimmer of hope in neighbouring countries. Thailand is resuming the Test & Go program, and Vietnam is looking to fully reopen by April.
This week I got round to doing a trip report for Tirana. I happened to visit while it was going through a big transformation. Indeed, Albania is giving off “next big thing” vibes, and I would like to go back in the summer months to see what coastal Albania has to offer.
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“The stretch of coastline in southwest Africa is a strange and beautiful reminder that, in the end, we are powerless against nature and time.”
“Home to the Mediterranean's biggest coffee port and one of Italy's biggest coffee brands, Trieste is a city built on caffeine.”
A question that crosses my mind often is answered by canigotojapan.com.
I’m also waiting to return to Penang. I usually visit once a year, so I hope to be there sometime this year.
“A viral story about an insufferable dinner in Italy offers a lesson on silver linings.”
“The Italian city has launched a program to attract young professionals and digital nomads in a bid to repopulate its historic center.”
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