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Thai Massage- A post with happy ending

From time to time everybody likes a good massage, and Thailand is one of the best places to have one. So we decided to try the famous Thai massage, that everybody talks about. And it...

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Getting lucky in Koh Ta Kiev, Cambodia

Koh Ta Kiev (sometimes Koh Tar Kev) is an island in the gulf of Thailand just a few kilometers off the coast of Sihanoukville. Although relatively big, it seems to be completely frozen in time...

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50 things you need to know about travel in Thailand

We traveled 4 weeks through Thailand, from south to north we went to the islands, Bangkok, Kanchanaburi, Ayutthaya, Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai. We met many people and observed even more. Therefore, we decided to compile...

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KONG LOR CAVE IN KONG LOR VILLAGE, LAOS

Imagine a small village in a sleeping valley with huge limestone mountains surrounding it. This village lies by a beautiful river with amazing fluvial beaches. It’s called Kong Lor village and it’s more than 50...

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The thing no one tells you about tubing in Vang Vieng, Laos

For those of you who don’t know, tubing is quite simply float in the river with a big truck tube as a buoy. Tubing in Vang Vieng became very famous or even infamous a few...

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Kanchanaburi – World War, Railways and Waterfalls

Have you ever heard of the River Kwai? Or the Bridge on the River Kwai? You did? You will like this post! You didn’t? You will like it too! 🙂 But watch this awesome movie...

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Bangkok, the most visited city in the world (by foreigners)!

After one week of island hopping it was time to go north, to Bangkok. In this project we are aiming for long-term, slow traveling. We will be moving much slower and staying longer in the...

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The travel quest – Island hopping in Thailand

After two years of hard work and hard saving in Angola we finally managed to start our travel quest without a final destination and without a clear end date. It can be 1 month, 3...

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Visiting Dachau Concentration Camp, Munich

Visiting Dachau concentration camp was the last tour we made in Munich and the last stop of our road trip. We were actually doubting very much if we should go there… It is obviously a...

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Roadtrip through Andalusia

Andalusia is the southernmost community of continental Spain. It’s the second largest in area and the most populated one. Many cultural phenomena for which Spain is famous for have its origin in Andalusia, like the...

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Why are companies failing with expats in Angola?

After three years in Angola plus 2 working directly with an Angolan branch I have met many expats in Angola. I have noticed two things about them (us)… 1. Most expats in Angola are very...

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Need to Relax? 5 Countries to Visit and Chill

We all love a relaxing break away from home every now and again, so it’s best to try and find a country which provides just that – relaxation and refreshment from the hustle and bustle...

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Travel Bucket List-2017 Gapyear and Expating

Last year’s travel bucket list focused on Africa… And with a reason, we were living in Angola and knew it would be our last year there. So, we had to take the opportunity and visit...

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Granada Alhambra – UNESCO World Heritage site

It is very easy to fall in love with Alhambra and its story. Like Washington Irving said “For my part, I gave myself up, during my sojourn in the Alhambra, to all the romantic and...

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Malanje – Kalandula falls, Musseleje and Pungo Andongo

After the Black Sable National Park fail (but still invaluable experience) we were stoked to go to Kalandula falls and Pungo Andongo, particularly the falls which are sometimes dubbed as the 2nd most impressive of...