Krakow to Czestochowa by train

I’ve heard that it was an experience to go by train in Poland, so of course I needed to go for a ride. Yes, the train was old, and yes, it didn’t go very fast, but the ride were fantastic. Beautiful landscape mixed with big old factories. The nice sunset really added to the scenery. So if you go to Poland, go for a train ride!









More Bulgaria


Here I am, on top of the world…oh…well..on top of this abandoned bridge at least. Whatever…

The best out of my stay in Bulgaria was the breakfast. I have to thank my friends Stanimir and Rosa for it, waking up early every morning to deliver the best omelletes I have ever tasted. Thank you!

Here is a picture of them. She is so vain and flirtatious, look at her pose. And he is giving me the black steel. Don’t worry Stan, she is not my type.

This is one of my fav pictures. I want to have those ambulances when ever I play in a big arena.

The lanscape was so beautiful, so peaceful. The weather was not at its best though, but the silence and the mountains were very calming. Not that I need to become any more chill than I normally am!

Salmon Sushi? …

Today I felt for sushi so I ordered, as usual, salmon sushi.

They asked if I wanted Japanese or Korean style sushi, and couse as I’m in Korea I, of course, need to try it their way. I was a little surprised though when I got this (the red little seacreature was moving) and this


and this


and this


then a little sashimi


then this


and this


and then a little more sashimi and nigiri.


and of course different types of kimchi.

So if you go to Korea, be prepared to eat a lot, and not always what you think you orded!

Hello South Korea!

After a very long flight and a 5 h minibus ride I finally arrived to Gwangju in the southeast of South Korea. The hotell is insanely nice and the service is awesome. Just eaten a traditional Korean 4 course meal which was veeeery good (pictures coming up soon). Now some Korean The Voice, then off to bed.


The Voice Korea.


My room.


Plane food.