ArchivesPosts Tagged ‘temple’

12Jul

George Town – is an old, colonial town and a UNESCO heritage site. From time to time it is interesting to visit a touristy place. And George Town, despite the crowds, can be an unbelievably charming destination! What makes it special, is its old, traditional architecture. Since most of the buildings await their restoration, one […]Continue Reading

23Jun

Soon after reaching the coast (in Krabi), we had to go to a hospital. While playing on the beach, Mat kicked a piece of old, dry bamboo and a piece of it got stuck in his ankle. The splinter was removed by a skilled surgeon and after some days of resting, we could continue pedalling. […]Continue Reading

22May

We had cycled out of Bangkok once in the past and did not have to think twice to decide, that we do not want to leave the capital of Thailand on our bikes. Instead, we took a train, and after 4 hours we stepped off 20km North of the place that we had reached before […]Continue Reading

12Mar

We had a chance to visit Wat Rong Khun – called commonly “The White Temple” while our stay in Chiang Rai on the North of Thailand. In 1996 the artist Chalermchai Kositpipat has started his work on the ornate white Buddhist/Hindu place of worship. Until today this unconventional artpiece is undergoing continues expansion. It is […]Continue Reading

04Mar

We had a fantastic time with numerous adventures during our 9 months in India and Nepal, but this was also the time when our bodies were pushed to their limits. We truly needed a proper rest. After two lazy weeks of being in Bangkok and doing “nothing” we decided to revisit Laos for a packrafting […]Continue Reading