ArchivesPosts Tagged ‘traditional’


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


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


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


The main reason of our come back to Laos (we visited the country while passing from China to Vietnam in 2013) was the Nam Ou river. We had 2 packrafts stashed at the Polish Embassy in Bangkok during our India/Nepal off-trip and we wanted to make use of them before continuing South. As we had […]Continue Reading


Arunachal – the amazing land in the North – Eastern part of India guarantees jaw dropping experiences everyday. During our one month visit we simply could not stop asking ourselves, why we haven’t heard of it before. A unique mix of jungle covered hills, river valleys, high Himalayan peaks is the most biologically diverse part […]Continue Reading