The only country in South East Asia without direct beach access attracts visitors for it's authenticity and rural charm. It is worth coming to Laos for laid back experience since it's a coutry not overrun by tourism as it's direct neighbours.
Laos vivid history as a french protectorate and the modern socialist system along with terror of the Vietnam war created a controversial yet unique soil for the way modern life floats. As of today Laos remains one of the poorest countries in South East Asia facing environmental problems and low economy rates. I'm not going deeper in these topics, but keep this information in mind when crossing the border.
Traveling in Laos is easy and relaxed - a perfect place to clear your mind and devour all the pleasures of slow traveling.
If you made up your mind of coming to Laos, hope my bucket list post is going to help you planing your itinerary.
A very good word to describe the capital of Russia is grandiose. It is indeed grandiose on so many levels: historically, architecturally, artistically and gastronomically to name just a few. Since Moscow has so much to show off, why not combine admiring some of the best city vistas with your dining experience? Here are suggestions for 7 places with the best views over Moscow which won't dissapoint. Most places of the list are pricey, but you don't have to leave all your savings here - just have a drink with a view noone would mind!
Are you going to Namibia? Perfect choice! Namibia is incredible - it is all one could wish for in terms of wildlife, gorgeous nature and culture and much much more. In fact Namibia was a mind blowing experience for me, the one that still keeps me excited and longing for coming back.
Let me share with you 9 things to know before traveling to Namibia to help you planning your trip and to feed your growing excitement!
Some of the most popular questions I get from you are "What camera do I use? And what lense?"
So I thought I'd dedicate a whole post to the equipment. Hope it will help you in your own equipment choosing desicions. I actually enjoy reading through 'What's in my camera bag' posts created by fellow bloggers, because sometimes I find useful tips and most of the time I dicover something for my 'wish list'.
Are you planning your next trip and not sure what destination to choose? Want to skip crowds when island hopping in Thailand or avoid school break season in Southern Europe? Or you can only take your vacation in February but want to enjoy the sun and the beach (Northern Hemisphere talking here)?
Rainy seasons, cyclones, cold water temperatures or unbearable heat should not ruin your plans. So it's always good to be prepared in advance and adjust your vacation plans respectively.
For those of you who don't want to miss on sakura blossom in Japan, northern lights spotting or lupine season in New Zealand I created this month by month travel calender with an idea to help plan your travels.
Rotorua - New Zealand's geothermal paradise is famous not only for it's hot springs, but for maori culture as well. One of the best places to learn about Maori lifestyle and traditions as well as whitness the power of Mother nature is Te Puia. One can spot errupting geysers and walk the beautiful Whakarewarewa geothermal valley in less than a day.