How to spend a week in Mallorca

How to spend a week in Mallorca

I was quite sceptical about booking a holiday to Mallorca at this time of the year (we’re talking August baby- am I insane or what?) In fact, the only reason I agreed to visit Mallorca was that my little niece had a dream coming here and I’m too good of an aunty to say no, and to be fair beaches are pretty amazing from what […]

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Self drive guide through southern Namibia

Self drive guide through southern Namibia

We arrived to Windhoek from Cape Town with Intercape bus and on the way were greeted by approaching rock formations and empty roads. After picking up the rental car we headed to shops to stock up on food and drink supplies and spend the following night in a hotel before setting up for a three week self drive adventure around Namibia. To really take in […]

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Visiting Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage

Visiting Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage

I’ve always been fascinated by elephants but the first time I encountered an elephant in a non zoo environment back in 2013, when I rode around and washed them in Chang Mai, left me with beautiful pictures, however oddly cold feelings. It was my first big trip and everything around felt so exciting, including elephant rides. But if I had to choose now, I wouldn’t […]

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Your Complete Bali Travel Guide

Your Complete Bali Travel Guide

Four years later and I fell in love with Bali again. Only this time I return as a traveller and ready to spend all the time in the world to explore this beautiful island. We came here from Java planning to stay for three weeks only but it turned into more like two months bali-ing around. From beaches to temples and onto caves later followed […]

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Great things to do around Yogyakarta in 3 days

Great things to do around Yogyakarta in 3 days

If Jakarta is Java’s financial and industrial powerhouse, Yogyakarta is its soul, keeping the spirit in perfect balance and harmony. Located around 7hours train ride from Jakarta, Jogja happens to be called most livable and loveable city in Indonesia. Here, you’ll find most important archeological sites, Prambanan and Borobudur. But there is so much to see in the city that it’s worth planning a few […]

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Karimunjawa Travel Guide. Another paradise found?

Karimunjawa Travel Guide. Another paradise found?

The idyllic group of 27 tropical islands that form the Karimunjawa Islands is one of those places that is amazing to visit, yet has very few visitors. It’s located about 90km off the north coast of Central Java and due to it’s location visitors in Java have to deviate from the normal route through the island which generally goes Jakarta, Yogyakarta, Bromo, Bali. But changing […]

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Pulau Weh- the northernmost tip of Sumatra

Pulau Weh is a tiny tropical volcanic rock off the coast of northwest Sumatra. It’s covered in volcanoes, beaches and palm trees with dozens of tale less cats and wild pigs running around the villages. It is best known for fantastic diving and considered off the beaten track in oppose to its famous distant sister Bali. Please follow and like us:

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Back to the past. Ancient city of Fenghuang

Fenghuang (Phoenix) Ancient Town, an old town built up in Qing Dynasty, is still being kept in its original appearance with 300 years passed. It is also one of the most famous and most picturesque ancient towns of China. Fenghuang is insanely beautiful and, of course, incredibly popular among Chinese and foreign tourists and I would definitely put it on the must see list, if […]

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Chengdu: Pandas and the biggest Buddha in the world

Pandas, pandas, pandas- they’re everywhere once you arrive in Chengdu; every shop window, cars, merchandise and even graffiti. The giant pandas are not only a Chinese national treasure but are also beloved by people all around the world. They are found only in Sichuan, Shaanxi and Gansu provinces. In total there are fewer than 2,000, of which 70% are distributed within the territory of Sichuan […]

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More than Terracotta Warriors: other things to see and do in Xi’an

More than Terracotta Warriors: other things to see and do in Xi’an

Terracotta Warriors Museum Without a doubt one of China’s most famous and popular tourist sites, the Terracotta Warriors is the most impressive underground attraction in China. This incredible collection of well over 6,000 figures was accidentally unearthed by a group of peasants trying to dig a well in 1974. Instead of water, they found a 2,000-year-old statue of a warrior made to protect the Tomb […]

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