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Waterfall chasing in Vietnam Part II: Dambri waterfall

Waterfall chasing in Vietnam Part II: Dambri waterfall

January 3, 2014 1 Comment »

Bao Loc is known as the tea capital of Vietnam and it is very common to see how people are drying the leaves and fruits on the roads and in... Read More »

Waterfall chasing in Vietnam

Waterfall chasing in Vietnam

January 2, 2014 No Comments »

Before I and Dilyan started our trip in Vietnam, I did a little bit of a research. As we had only nine days and we planned to make our way... Read More »

Mui Ne and the Vietnamese desert | Around Vietnam with motorbike

Mui Ne and the Vietnamese desert | Around Vietnam with motorbike

January 1, 2014 No Comments »

Vietnam may be famous for its picturesque rice fields and exotic rivers, but there is more that meets the eye. In the southern part of the Vietnam, just a 212km... Read More »

15 Cute Animals You Probably Didn’t Know Excisted

15 Cute Animals You Probably Didn’t Know Excisted

December 14, 2013 No Comments »

Take a look of some of the most cuddly and cute animals you most probably haven’t heard about! RELATED: Unique, exotic and odd fruits from around the world   Read More »

Before They Pass Away – The Magnificent world of the last indigenous tribes

Before They Pass Away – The Magnificent world of the last indigenous tribes

December 14, 2013 No Comments »

In this vast developing world, only one thing is certain, nothing lasts forever. While the modern people are left to deal with small changes in their daily lives, they are... Read More »

Bret Christensen’s enchanted ice castles

Bret Christensen’s enchanted ice castles

December 13, 2013 No Comments »

Forget all about ice hotels and igloos, because there is new craze in town. Designer Bret Christensen found a way to create stunning ice sculptures that will captivate not only... Read More »

The indoor deserts of Kolmanskop

The indoor deserts of Kolmanskop

December 12, 2013 No Comments »

Once home to hundreds of German miners, seeking their fortune in the Namib desert, today Kolmanskop is slowly vanishing in the desert sands. In the 1900s workers found diamonds while... Read More »

To travel the world

To travel the world

December 10, 2013 No Comments »

We often run away from or towards something. This is one of the main reasons behind each first step every traveler has ever made. It doesn’t matter if it is... Read More »

Singapore’s food scene: Hawker Centres

Singapore’s food scene: Hawker Centres

December 8, 2013 17 Comments »

You can’t talk about food in Singapore without mentioning the hawker centres that appeared on the local eating scene in the 50s and 60s. Hawker centers on the island, Singapore’s... Read More »