- XXXXXX – Road trip starring “le Chef, la Baronne, le Portugais, la Fille de la danseuse et la Belge”!
- XXXXXIX- Lake Titicaca, the name alone is funny!!
- XXXXXVIII – A completely unexpected, eventful and educational bus ride from Arequipa to Puno.
- XXXXXVII – Visiting the nun sisters and Petting Alpacas in Arequipa.
- XXXXXVI – Putting my “judgment” about Chile on hold…
Category Archives: Thailand
T H A I L A N D – This eight letters word pronounced out loud, has the power to make you dream… dream about a beautiful, exotic place…. dream about distinctive flavor, spices and aromas… dream about massage, yoga and meditation retreats… dream about riding … Continue reading
After a Thai boxing training in the morning and then a total of 38 hours ride from Chiang Mai to Phuket (South of Thailand), I was beat, flat, exhausted, tired, worn-out, almost dead… If someone had asked me my name or … Continue reading
Back in Bangkok, I met some amazing people —Alessandra (Italy), Sarah (Canada) and Mark (Denmark, with whom I traveled by bus up North to Chiang Mai). I have to thank Sarah again for giving me her “Asia on a shoestring” lonely … Continue reading
Back to Bangkok for a 6 days, it was the first time that I actually unpacked my stuffs… I was staying long enough to afford to just sit and watch what was going on around me. Usually I would plan a visit in the morning, … Continue reading
In Kanchanaburi, we rent a motorcycle for the next couple of days. Our plan was to head up North and camp in the Erawan National Park. This 550 square kilometer is considered as one of Thailand’s true beauty – peaceful and gorgeous. And … Continue reading
Kanchanaburi Town is located 128 km west of Bangkok, and is home to a black iron bridge, called the Kwai River Bridge. It became internationally famous, when it was featured in movies and books (author Pierre Boulle wrote the original book). I … Continue reading
When you arrive in the city center, you can’t miss the colours…unless you’re blind of course! Pink cabs, blue busses, orange houses, yellow buildings, green facade for shops,…everything is coloured! Quite a difference from my hometown, where everything is (or … Continue reading