Chiang Mai Market

After 18 hours in a bus from Luang Prabang we arrived in Chiang Mai, Thailand. A city notoriously known as a favorite spot for digital nomands. A hippie town with many artists from all branches. Chiang Mai is a home for around 150.000 people and this is exactly the size of city I enjoy most. Not too […]

Roads of Laos

After Siem Riep, Su Ji and I were heading directly to Laos, Luang Prabang. There is no direct train connection and the only option is to rely on buses. We took couple of them: Siem Riep – Aranyaprathet Aranyaprathet – Nong Khai Nong Khai – Vientiane Vientiane – Luang Prabang All together, with waiting for the […]

Majestic temples lost in time

There are several options to get to Siem Reap (Cambodia) from Bangkok (Thailand). Airplane, bus, or minivan. If you have enough time I recommend to take a train! The funny part was when the train left one car at the train station. Yes, just like that. It started moving and after 50 meters they noticed that […]

Monument of mother Earth

After visiting Istanbul, Bursa, Izmir and Cesme, we finally got to the place which we were most curious about – Cappadocia. It’s historical region in central part of Turkey, the earliest record of the name of Cappadocia dates from the late 6th century BC. Our starting point was in a city called Gerome which was ideal […]

Istanbul, the city of two worlds

Istanbul is the only city in the world located on two continents – Europe and Asia. In the past it was recognized also by the names: Byzantium, Constantinople and Stamboul. And now I’m here, in the middle of around 14 million people who officially live here and plus around 3 million of others who come […]