Getting a Tattoo in Bangkok or anywhere in South East Asia for that matter is straightforward. You can find tattoo parlors around almost every corner. Not to mention, they are ridiculously cheap. Prices are often just a fraction of what you would have to pay back home. No wonder many tourists return
Lunar New Year is the biggest and most important festival in many Asian countries, and Vietnam is no exception to this. During my time in Da Nang, I was lucky enough to stay with a lovely host family who not only opened their home for me but also let me be part of their traditions and culture. Today
Laos is not exactly a famous tourist destination, but once you are there, you will quickly hear about all the must-visit places this beautiful country has to offer. One of these spots is Vang Vieng.
You may have or have not heard of this small little town but in any case, let me tell you what I know
Da Nang, Vietnam is famous for its beautiful beaches and the high Marble Mountains. But sometimes even us backpackers want to do something more thrilling. Admittedly on occasions even I need to get my adrenaline running and if you are like me, Da Nang has just the right place for you:
Luang Prabang: We booked a tour from our Hostel to go see a cave by the river and visit an elephant sanctuary (The sanctuary was a whole different thing but more about that in a later post) We were quite surprised when we unexpectedly stopped at what seemed to be a random village somewhere on the ro
During my stay in Luang Prabang, I fell deeply in love with this lovely city. So I decided to dedicate another post (more are likely to follow) to it because after all this charming little town has a special place in my heart so it should also have a special place in my blog. This is just going to
When thinking about Siem Reap the first thing (and maybe the only thing) that comes to mind is the magnificent Angkor Wat. And while I agree that Angkor Wat should be on the top of every backpacker's bucket list, there is much much more to see in Siem Reap and it's surroundings. Today I want to intr
Luang Prabang: A beautiful, well-known touristic little city. Fairly modern. You can find huge mansions here, hundreds of tourists and almost everyone speaks English well enough to communicate with the many travellers that pass through every day. But not for away from the hectic of the city, just a
It's time to take of your slippers and to get your proper pair of sneakers. Or even better: Hiking boots! Get your backpack and equip yourself with a big bottle of water, you're gonna need it.
That's right: We're going on a hike today.
One of the most popular things to do in Vang Vieng is without a
Hi everyone, I am Angie, another average 20-something backpacker from Germany on my trip around the world. I have travelled to many countries, especially in Europe and Asia. I have even lived in China for five years to teach English. Many more countries are on my list and I want to talk to you abo