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”

Trekking Kalaw to Inle Lake

In January 2018 we did a beautiful trekking through mountains and remote villages in Shan state, Myanmar. Taking the two days/one-night trek (35km) from Kalaw to Inle Lake was a great experience, definitely one of our highlights while backpacking in Myanmar, along with the temples of Bagan. It’s not the most impressive scenery and landscapeMeer lezen over “Trekking Kalaw to Inle Lake”

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”

A Day at Lahana Resort

We made this video when we stayed at the 9 Station Hostel in Phu Quoc. After spending some days in de town it was time to relax at the pool. We came up with the idea of a cool drone shot and tried it out. After looking back at the footage we saw that theMeer lezen over “A Day at Lahana Resort”

From Mongolia to China

This was one of our last train rides from the Trans-Mongolian express, This ride started in Ulaanbaatar and we had to get off the train in Datong. When we came to the Chinese border the train stopped first we had a train check by the Mongolian border security and after that, we drove into China. AtMeer lezen over “From Mongolia to China”

TRANS MONGOLIAN EXPRESS – MONGOLIA (PART 3)

Tour day 5 of The Gobi & Terelj National Park Trip. Driving through the Gobi towards Bajanzag better knows as the Flaming Cliffs. It was given this name by American paleontologist Roy Chapman Andrews, who visited in the 1920s. The area is most famous for yielding the first discovery of dinosaur eggs.

Trans Mongolian Express – Russia

This was the beginning of our trip! We spend 5-days in Moscow and 5-days in the train to get to Irkutsk. From Irkutsk, we got picked up by people from a homestay and from there we took a mini-bus to visited the Baikal lake and went back to Irkutsk to get on the train toMeer lezen over “Trans Mongolian Express – Russia”