Seoul, Always something interesting to find

After our little ‘holiday’ in Hongkong, we booked a flight to Seoul, South-Korea. We decided to stay two weeks and then fly to Vietnam. As two weeks were too short to see all the highlights of the whole country, we ended up staying two weeks in Seoul. Luckily it was a good choice, there wereMeer lezen over “Seoul, Always something interesting to find”

Must try Vietnamese foods and drinks

Vietnamese food is unforgettable! The cuisine relies on a balance of salty, sweet, sour and hot flavors. They use plenty of fresh herbs but tend not to be overly spicy, as chili sauces are served separately. We’ve picked some essential Vietnamese foods everyone should try.     PHO BO Noodle soup consisting of broth, banh pho (linguine-shapedMeer lezen over “Must try Vietnamese foods and drinks”

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”

Boutique hostels we like

  The new generation of hostels has officially landed! If luxury travel is your jam but you don’t have the budget, then it’s about time you met the boutique hostels. They’re authentic, full of personality and often locally or family-run. They have hip decorated dorms, cool on-site bars and restaurants, pools, and more. During ourMeer lezen over “Boutique hostels we like”

Trans-Mongolian railway

  Yes, we did it, the beautiful Trans- Mongolian express. Starting in the oh so cold Moscow and going all the way to the warm and sunny Beijing. In Moscow, we booked the cheapest Airbnb we could find, because we want to travel on a budget so that we can travel for a long time.Meer lezen over “Trans-Mongolian railway”

Good Morning Da Nang!

  We came up with the idea to make a video of the sunrise and went to the beach at 4 am. Normally the beaches are almost completely empty, we only saw (local)people at the beach during the evening hours when the sun was almost gone. After spending almost one month in Vietnam we were shocked toMeer lezen over “Good Morning Da Nang!”

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”


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.


On the 3rd and 4th day of the Gobi & Terelj National Park trip, we visited the Yol Valley an area in the middle of the desert with a frozen lake. After that, we drove through the desert for a couple of hours to the Khongor sand dunes and finished the day off with CamelMeer lezen over “TRANS MONGOLIAN EXPRESS – MONGOLIA (PART 2)”