Travelling in Thailand is fairly easy – you can easily get lost in relaxing. After our holiday on Koh Chang and a week in Bangkok we went down South, towards another great Thai island – Koh Tao. We followed the coast and tried to find the smallest possible roads to avoid the heavy traffic. What […]Continue Reading


We arrived at Koh Chang excited to finally – after almost one year – meet Anna’s parents, enjoy family vacation and have some days off from cycling. One day before their arrival we were already on the island to find a place for us and to see what the island has to offer for the […]Continue Reading


We already spent some time in South East Asia but entering Thailand was different. Mat has been travelling in Thailand a couple of years ago, so it was the first country on our way that was not completely new for us. Being in the other South East Asian countries, and especially in Laos and Cambodia […]Continue Reading


The Angkor Archaeological Park, which includes several hundred square kilometres of various architectural structures surrounded by a forested territory, represents the remains of the Khmer Empire, dating back to the 9th until the 15th century. Once being the largest pre-industrial city in the world – with a population of around one million inhabitants (sic!) –  […]Continue Reading


Another temple – Banteay Srei – around 30 km away from the more frequent visited area of Angkor.  We did not know about it before and discovered it just by coincidence, when we were cycling towards Siem Reap. After more than 100 km cycled that day (and still 30 more to cycle), this nice surprise […]Continue Reading

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