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On the road to Malaysia – Bangkok-Penang

On the road to Malaysia – Bangkok-Penang

There used to be direct trains from Malaysia to Thailand and to Singapore, but these are discontinued a couple of years ago. Whatever is the reason behind, for sure this didn’t make the life of the travellers easier. Experiencing this I am even more grateful […]

Travelling thru – crossing the Cambodia-Thailand border

Travelling thru – crossing the Cambodia-Thailand border

I continued my travel through Cambodia to reach Bangkok via the famous/infamous Poipet border crossing. But why do I travel to Bangkok? This happens when I don’t plan, things are just happening. On the last days spent in Seam Reap I started to think about […]

Spontaneous bordercrossing to Laos

Spontaneous bordercrossing to Laos

I figured a while ago, that from Northern Thailand I will go to Laos, and will travel there from North to South, in the direction of Cambodia. I cancelled my original plan to go to Northern Vietnam and spend some time with trekking. I knew […]

Chiang Rai – on my way to Laos

Chiang Rai – on my way to Laos

I thought I will go back to Chiang Mai when I left it to visit Pai, but it never happened. I decided to travel directly to Chiang Rai. My laziness resulted in choosing the minivan transfer, and this way of traveling led to a huge […]

The hippie Pai

The hippie Pai

So many people told me on Koh Phangan not to miss Pai if I decide to travel to the North. I red a bit about the place, but I was not really tempted to get there before. But at the end I could not resist […]

Land of elephants

Land of elephants

I am not particularly an elephant fan, but I have a couple of elephant figures decorating my bookshelves back home. I enjoyed the thrill of being close to these giants during the African safari and makes me really sad to see them in chains here […]

Temple overload in Chiang Mai

Temple overload in Chiang Mai

I remember writing about Bali, that there are temples or temple-like buildings at every corner. Same is true for Chiang Mai, with the exception, that here actually everything is a temple that looks like a temple. And there’s a lot of them. My trip from […]

Stories never told

Stories never told

Solo travelers tend to connect to other travelers, are open and curious, and have great social life – usually. I am a true solo traveler – usually. I am curious to get to know the locals and other travelers, I like to have a little […]

I hit the road again

I hit the road again

This is home. I realized it in the beginning of December. I remember one day I went to Koh Samui to extend my visa, returned to Koh Phangan: got off the ferry and walked to my scooter with confidence. I left the parking lot in […]

Review – Samma Karuna 200 hrs Yoga Teacher Training

Review – Samma Karuna 200 hrs Yoga Teacher Training

If you are considering to enroll to a 200 hrs Yoga Teacher Training program and Samma Karuna is among your options, this summary might help you to get a little insight to the program. My personal experience of the training in November 2017 is availabe […]