Notes on Malta
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Malta is the 10th smallest country in the world, and it also qualifies as a microstate. This was my first time in Malta, and this post covers thoughts and observations of my trip to Malta.
“The overtourism problem isn’t going away. Here’s how not to make it worse.”
“Five years ago, the flight vanished into the Indian Ocean. Officials on land know more about why than they dare to say.”
Can you trust TripAdvisor and Yelp, or does ‘wisdom of crowds’ theory fail when applied to online review sites?
“When it comes to user-contributed review sites, the time-tested theory of collective intelligence fails the grade.”
For The Last 10 Years, I‘ve Been Traveling To Inaccessible Corners Of The World And Photographing Indigenous People (30 Pics)
“Hi, my name is Alexander Khimushin. I am a traveling photographer born and raised in Sakha (Yakutia) - the coldest region of the world and one of the most…”
Digital Nomad Life
“The location-independent lifestyle sounds like freedom – wake up whatever time you want, work on your laptop from anywhere in the world. It’s been over a year since I went into the digital nomad lifestyle, and let’s be honest here – life hasn’t been all Piña Coladas and Bali beaches.”
Night market in Taipei.