It’s not difficult to see why Bali is a very popular tourist destination: the landscapes are often very beautiful with rice fields and terraces everywhere, traditional Balinese compounds and temples lining the streets, and beaches that stretch endlessly along the coastline. It also feels like… Read More
Just because I still miss Laos, here are a few final memories that didn’t make it into any of the earlier posts.
After nearly a month, the intensity in Vietnam started to grate on us a little. It was time to move on, and slower-paced Laos has proved to be a big lungful of fresh air. We flew from Hanoi into the capital city, Vientiane, and spent… Read More
Majestic and mysterious, inspiring and imperious, words alone cannot do justice to the natural marvel that is Halong Bay, a Unesco World Heritage site where 3000 or more incredible islands rise from the emerald waters of the Gulf of Tonkin. The vegetation-covered islands are dotted… Read More