One cheap day in Singapore
Singapore

One cheap day in Singapore: must-see that won’t ruin your pocket

Do you happen to be planning how to spend a one cheap day in Singapore? It is an amazing city but compared to rest of SE Asia it is a bit pricy. Lucky for you, we have a perfect plan! You will have the chance to see the main attractions that the city has to […]

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Travel

Our 3 rules to travel CHEAP for authentic experience seekers

There is this false belief, that you must be rich in order to travel. When explaining to some acquaintances how long we were gonna travel for, some of them would react like “Wow, you guys are loaded!“. We are far from being loaded! The funny thing is, those who say that probably go on holidays […]

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bad things about long-term travelling
Travel

30 bad things about long-term travelling that no one told you about

30 bad things about long-term travelling Travelling is amazing, it really is. But before you are ready to quit your job, grab your other half and hop onto a plane, these are our 30 bad things about long-term travelling that no one told you about 1. Although you may think you are better than that- you […]

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Our amazing Vietnamese class
Vietnam

One weekend couch surfing in Ho Chi Minh

Few days before our one month visa in Vietnam expired, we decided to finish our north-to-south trip doing something special: we wanted to spend our last days couch surfing in Ho Chi Minh. This would give us the chance to spend some quality time with locals, something that we hadn’t managed so far for one reason or […]

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Vietnam

The strangest protest ever witnessed in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

During our visit to Ho Chi Minh (also called Saigon), we happened to witness the strangest protest ever! Hundreds of people riding motorbikes gathered in the city center (District 1) to protest in front of a government building. I don’t think we’ve ever seen so many flags and motorbikes in such a small space! We found interesting […]

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Vietnam

Cu Chi tunnels on your own

Going the Cu Chi tunnels on your own is something we recommend everyone to do when visiting Ho Chi Minh. The Cu Chi tunnels are an immense network of connecting underground tunnels that cover up to 250 km. Using these tunnels you could even get to Cambodia! They played a key role in the war to […]

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Angkor Wat temple
Cambodia

Cycling around Angkor Wat: How I almost killed my girlfriend

Cycling around Angkor Wat was great until we realized what was ahead of us… After a long trip from Thailand, we had made it to Siem Reap (Cambodia) ready to enjoy of Angkor Wat or more correctly Angkor Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Angkor is a 1000 years old city, a huge temple complex […]

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Vietnam

Ha Long Bay or Sapa? What to choose for your Northern Vietnam trip

Ha Long Bay or Sapa? This is probably the most asked question by visitors to the north of Vietnam. Breathtaking ricefields landscapes or thousand of islands surrounded by emerald waters? Lucky you, we did both and here we are to help you out! Price When choosing between Ha Long Bay or Sapa you need to […]

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Hill Tribes of Sapa
Vietnam

How we met Hill Tribes of Sapa – trekking and homestay with the Red Dao tribe

As an ethnographer, I am always interested in reaching the people who still live by their traditions to understand their culture and the way they see the world. And meeting the Hill Tribes of Sapa was on my bucket list for Vietnam! Before going to Sapa, a town in the North of Vietnam, we were […]

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Shibuya, Tokyo
Japan

Following the crowd at Shibuya crossing in Tokyo

Have you heard of the famous Shibuya crossing in Tokyo? The Shibuya crossing in Tokyo is rumoured to be the busiest intersection in the world. With more than 3000 people crossing it at peak times and coming from all directions at once, this place is any photographer’s dream. This is why it has become one […]

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