We arrived to Thailand´s South on December 10th in search of the perfect beach. We noticed that it is quite difficult to find that and not have 200 other traveller at the same place. But what we found then was even better. more „The two surprises of Southern Thailand“
It is unbelievable that we have already been travelling for three months! It seems like time has passed very quickly, but then so much has happened that it is sometimes difficult to remember the first part of our trip. We would like to take the opportunity to let you know what it feels like to be on a trip around the world. What is good and what is bad? Would we have done anthing differently? more „3 months of travelling…“
Compared to its neighbours Vientiane seems to be the smallest capital in the world. We checked this, it isn´t true. In international comparison it is quite big with around 700.000 inhabitants (did you know that Melekeok, the capital of Palao, has only 390 inhabitants?). Still, Vientiane feels very small when you first arrive here and have four days to kill before your flight.
Vang Vieng – Lonely Planet describes it as a paradise to hell and back. In 1997 some foreigners had the idea to offer tubing trips along Nam Song river. more „How to escape the party crowds in Vang Vieng“
Where to start describing this city? Luang Prabang is surrounded by Mekong and Nam Khan river and is a laid-back French colonial city. The French influence can be noticed in the buildings and especially in the amazing dining options. We fell in love with this place at first sight, especially because it was a relief compared to all the hectic Asian cities. more „Top things to do in beautiful Luang Prabang“