Aurukun

Aurukun, an Aboriginal Community in Far North Queensland. During our year in Australia, we tried to work as much as possible. This job in Aurukun was our last and most special job. While in Cairns we placed an ad on Gumtree (advertisement website) in search of a new job. A couple of days later weMeer lezen over “Aurukun”

Our first year in Australia

March 2018 we arrived in Australia after being one year in Asia. We flew from Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) to the Gold Coast. From the Gold Coast, we started our Aussie trip. We first worked in Caboolture on a strawberry farm planting strawberries. After two weeks we quit this shitty job, planting 3.000 plants for just €60,-Meer lezen over “Our first year in Australia”

Koh Lipe, paradise on earth

  The Maldives of Thailand, Koh Lipe. When we heard this, we knew immediately what our next island would be. Koh Lipe is the southernmost island of Thailand. The length of the island is about 3.3 km, the widest part is about 2.2 km and the narrowest about 500 m. The island is known forMeer lezen over “Koh Lipe, paradise on earth”

Six degrees of separation “It’s a small world we live in”

Six degrees of separation is the idea that all living things and everything else in the world are six or fewer steps away from each other so that a chain of “a friend of a friend” statements can be made to connect any two people in a maximum of six steps. As most of you knowMeer lezen over “Six degrees of separation “It’s a small world we live in””

Macau, Portugal in Asia

While in Hong Kong we went for a day-trip to Macau and learned something new! We never knew that Macau was a old Portuguese trading port. All the street signs are written in 3 languages, Chinese, English and Portuguese.   Here a little bit of history: Macau was administered by the Portuguese Empire and itsMeer lezen over “Macau, Portugal in Asia”

Bagan

  Bagan is an ancient city in central Burma/Myanmar and is one of the world’s greatest archeological sites. During the kingdom’s height between the 11th and 13th centuries, over 10,000 buildings were constructed in the Bagan plains alone (104 km2), of which the remains of over 2,200 temples and pagodas still survive to the present day.Meer lezen over “Bagan”

Kuang Si Waterfalls

A 30km ride away from Luang Prabang, you can find the gorgeous Kuang Si falls. We rented a scooter and decided to go on our own instead of booking an overpriced tour. Most of the tours go around 11 a.m., you can expect that the park is full of Chinese around that time. To avoid thatMeer lezen over “Kuang Si Waterfalls”