I'm about to leave the island, Koh Phangan. While I might miss it, especially the daily jams on the Zen Beach, it's about time to leave; this is not a climate I'd like to do a lot of exercise. I like to leave excessive sweating where it belongs: sauna. Thus, staying in such a hot climate long-term
Yesterday I went to the beach nearby my bungalow to enjoy the evening and take a few shots with my camera. Upon sunset I notice a group with varying instruments playing something - that I quickly reckoned to be improvised - followed with an incremental gathering of people around them.
I guess I'm now officially a patient of post-Steemfest blues, because I just can't shake the feeling that I should've not left the SteemFest Afterchill island, Koh Chang, just yet.
Or maybe it's just the diarrhea.
Yeah, I got a pretty bad diarrhea, so I just decided to lock into my bungalow for thr
Koh Chang, the Afterchill. A small group of big hearted Steemians decided that Steemfest was not enough to get to know each others and thus, decided together to head down to Koh Chang for some island life. But every great story must eventually end, so had the great times on the island, too, that I'
So, I was in Brasov, Romania in December when I was doing the extempore trip on continuation of Steemfest. On the day of arriving there after seeing the Castle Peles, I felt an ache in my throat – a sign that majority of the time is followed by a fever.
This time was no exception.
However, I usually
Having had done my shenanigans in Bucharest, it was finally a time to start heading back towards north. And since the Mexican girl – who I met in a hostel in Bucharest – was going into the same direction, I joined with her and took a train to a small town of Sinaia. From the train station it was a 2
Guess, where I am at the moment?
In case you didn't know, it's from Prague. Don't know - this time either - what the building's called.
The last 36 hours have been quite intense, since I've traveled 1200 kilometers, on land. Just two days ago, I was hiking on top of a hill in Braşov, Romania (more
The following is about my experience in Slovakia to where I hitchhiked soon after Steemfest 3.
This highway must be one with the most beautiful scenery I've ever seen.
So, after arriving late to Ružomberok, Slovakia with a Polish truck driver who kept yelling "kurwa" every other minute, I searched
The view to Tonava and Budapest up from the Citadella fortress on a hill.
My plan was to hitchhike from Košice, Slovakia to Oradea, Romania. However, my plans are usually vague, and I end up improvising most of the time. This time also.
In Košice I had to wait 2 hours with an "H" sign to get a car
Today I focused on exploring Hanko, the southernmost city in Finland, just after I found a cafe to refill my battery.
I took so many photos that a dedicated post for them would probably become useful, But I'll share you some of the best, I think, starting from my favorite.
You might not see it ther