The Japanese habit of omakase (お任せ) when you’re ordering at a restaurant pretty much means, “I’ll leave it up to you”, inviting the chef to be surprising and innovative in the selection of dishes. I try to apply the idea behind to everything between how I plan my holidays, how I pick my runs, how I pick my food, how I explore cities and how I travel in general. And as I travel 200+ nights per year for both business and leisure (mostly hiking), that’s a lot.
Travel in COVID times?
Travel changed. For now and quite possibly for forever. But wherever you are, make sure you are there. Here are my ideas and tips to make the most out of your non-traveling travel time.
Travel inspiration stories?
Some of my favorite omakase travel memories
Wherever you are, make sure you are there.
My favorite travel stories
When you travel with an open mind, you experience more, here are some of the stories to prove it.
Latest travel stories
My latest trips
Before Corona, I traveled 200+ nights per year, after … well … let’s see. Here are some of the latests destinations I visited.
Latest omakase tips and hacks
What to do, how to plan, how to optimise for the best possible travel experience. These are my tips and tricks.