Thinking about traveling but you are not sure if you can do it? How many of us are sitting down in front of our computers or smartphones right now still deciding if this year we will finally go on that trip that we have always wanted? A million thoughts cross our minds at the same
Palawan, named the "World's No.1 Island" (at least that is what every single advertising sign said on the street), has become more and more attractive for tourists nowadays and I can understand why. Even though the weather was not the best whilst I visited this island, I still got to witness the beauty of it.
Philippines is one of the countries in Southeast Asia with the most stunning islands. The beaches here are white, grey and gold coloured. But the sand is not as impressive as the color of the water. If you go island hopping, you will find paradise, trust me. Not only that, but diving here is top class and
Sleeping at the parks of Hong Kong during Golden Week I spent 30 days in China and spent no more than USD 400 in total. How? Hitchhiking. People in China are so cool that they are willing to pick you, invite you for lunch and dinner, you to National Parks, drop you at
The Great Wall of China “He who has not climbed the Great Wall is not a true man.” Mao Zedong Friday morning in Beijing, one goal: to climb the Great Wall and spend the night there. I took the metro and two public buses in order to get to Xizhazi Village, where I
Riding towards Phu Chi Fa I had been traveling for almost 12 months and I can say that Phu Chi Fa is a place that offers one of the most incredible sunrises that you can imagine. It is a mountain area that reaches 1.628 mts above sea level (1.442 mts according to Google),
View from the top of the Historic Park After spending a few days in the beautiful but crowded Koh Tao Island, I decided to avoid big crowds for a moment and pack my bags to a quiet place: Prachuap Khiri Khan. This is a peaceful and quiet town that hosts mainly elder travellers
China might not be the easiest country to travel around when you are on a budget, but if you manage to go the "extra mile", you will find it very rewarding. Try to focus on the non-touristy areas of China and you will discover friendly people, delicious food and amazing landscapes. I spent four weeks
Myanmar, also known as Burma, is a country in Southeast Asia that has been opened recently for tourists. The people of this country were victims of human rights violations during many years when the military dictatorship was installed. After the general elections of 2010, things apparently have changed in Myanmar and the future seems brighter.
Crossing the Chinese- Vietnamese border walking Vietnam is synonym for chaos, a good chaos. No matter where you are, something is always going on. The streets are busy, crowded and sometimes dirty. Cars, buses, trucks and scooters are everywhere, literally. Locals stop you in the street to offer you accommodation, transportation and, of