To visit some local markets was as usual worth much more than any attraction suggested in a guide book… Very popular, not only on the markets but also inside the cities in local bars and restaurants, are these small rice pancakes, which are served or plain with some chilli sauce or filled with vegetables or […]Continue Reading


We entered Vietnam when people where just about to start celebrating the New Year. People spend this one week of festivity together with their relatives and close friends. It is the time when they meet to eat and drink, dance and sing karaoke and we were just right in the middle of all this! This […]Continue Reading


We had a hard time in Vientiane, the capital of Laos.  After a very long day of cycling we arrived there and had a lot of difficulties in finding a cheap place to sleep, so we left it after a couple of hours and camped. In the morning we visited the Buddha Park – a […]Continue Reading


Lao PDR (Lao People’s Democratic Republic) is quite often interpreted as Lao Please Don’t Rush. We took it seriously. We were working hard not to rush. And we succeeded. It is a perfect place to take it easy. Laos is a country, where time slows down (what would Einstein say?) and life goes on its […]Continue Reading


We arrived in Luang Prabang by boat and wanted to spend there a couple of days, waiting for our Vietnamese visa and enjoying the atmosphere of this city. Even though it is the most popular tourist destination in Laos we could find some quite places, admire the decorative architecture of various temples and meet a […]Continue Reading

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