Category: Asia

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Hiking in the Penang National Park

Penang National Park holds a curious record, it’s the world’s smallest National Park. However, it  is home to an extraordinarily wide spectrum of tropical plants, animals, and geographical features. It contains...

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50 things (and 37 pictures) you need to know about travel in Malaysia

Malaysia is the odd man out of the South East Asia countries! From almost all the angles Malaysia doesn’t seem to fit with their neighbors. Malaysia is hugely diverse and...

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How to do a wicked Pad Thai? – Thai cooking class

Thai food is delicious, it combines a mixture of flavors like no other, sour, sweet, salty, bitter, spicy combined with fresh ingredients. We had such a good time in Thailand...

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50 things (and 30 photos) about travelling in Laos

After 4 weeks in Thailand we decided to explore Laos! We entered the country overland in Huay Xai and went all the way south to 4000 islands into Cambodia. It...

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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...

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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...

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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....

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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...

tubing in Vang Vieng, Laos 6

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...

Kanchanaburi Thailand

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! 🙂...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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Thailand – a Journey about Freedom (I)

Sa-wat-dii-khap (khâ)! (Welcome to Thailand!) You certainly had heard that Thailand is “the smile’s land”. And that is not a lie… Today we want to tell you a little bit...