Apparently I had to go through a scam at least one time during my trip and fate chose a huge lake and no chance to escape to be the best situation for it to finally happen... and with this being said: welcome to the floating village Kampong Phluk at Lake Tonlé Sap, Cambodia!! A village… Continue reading Kampong Phluk – the floating village that did not float
Angkor - home of Cambodia’s most popular tourist attraction Angkor Wat. It was the capital city of the Khmer Empire, which ruled the region during at the time and contains hundreds of temples. A national pride to the people who are still struggling with the traumatic past. The most famous temple of the complex is… Continue reading Siem Reap – dust, tuktuk and Angkor what?!
As I am a little behind, I’d like to squeeze in my last Malaysia post. Coming here with no expectations at all, Malaysia has surprised me being colorful and very welcoming. After Bali it has been very hard for me to change from this chilled and spiritual island with a wonderful energy to a Kuala… Continue reading Malaysia – thank you for 2 wonderful weeks
I didn’t have much of a clue what to do in Malaysia before going, although I’ve bought a pretty looking lonely planet for exactly this reason... planning a proper trip! Penang however has been one of the reasons to visit Malaysia. Starting from KL, I took a bus, that would take me there in 5… Continue reading George Town/Penang – Street Art, love lane and crazy bus rides
The contrast couldn’t be bigger. After 10 days well spent on the island Bali, I’ve arrived at the Kuala Lumpur international airport to meet one of my friends, who lives here for 2 years now and who I haven’t seen for over 4 years. The car ride to his apartment was already a cultural shock.… Continue reading Kuala Lumpur – lights, popping ears and multiculti
“Travel and your soul will heal”. That was my initial thought 2 weeks before starting into an adventure that I will remember forever. After a heartbreaking separation, quitting my job and moving back home, I’ve pretty much stayed in total isolation for over a month. It was time for me to step out of my… Continue reading Bali – My first stop and unexpected miracle healer
It’s always hard to write the first phrase... you sit in front of the screen and stare at the white blank page. The cursor impatiently flashing as if to say “just write anything...?!”. While waiting for some good phrase to pop up in their brain, people would often get distracted by the noises in the… Continue reading White blank page – The one in the café where it all started