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Marrakech and I am in love

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This city is full of colours, bright, beautiful colours. But one color will definitely stay in your mind forever as the association with this city – coral red, as the colour of walls in the old city of Marrakech. Ahhh, I am in love with those walls! You will find many other beautiful colours are all around Marrakech: deep blue color in the garden of Jardin Majorelle, silver shiny colour of tea pots, golden colour of lanterns, colourful dresses of women, colours of spices, perfumed stones, teas, pots, plates, jewellery…the list doesn’t end…I don’t remember seeing such a wide range of colours in any other place. It’s magic!
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This unknown ‘weird’ Australia 

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It has already been 5 months since I came to Australia, and I absolutely love it here. Australia is different and far away; thus, some of us know pretty much nothing about this side of the world. I must admit, I was one of those people before I arrived to Australia. Here are my 17 observation about the country of Kangaroos. Read More →

Philippines: 11 things you should know

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Philippines childrenI spend an amazing one month in the Philippines. I am still unsure whether I can say I love Philippines, but I definitely had an amazing month. I met incredible local people, experienced the most beautiful beaches with crystal clear water and saw one of the world’s largest rice terraces. Philippines is very interesting and still untouched country, which is worth to visit. Here is my list of things you should know before going to Philippines. Read More →

Indonesia: 5 reasons why I felt in love with it

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It is a common thing to think that people in Southeast Asia are friendly. I cannot agree more. So when I think about Indonesia, I only remember incredibly friendly people, their sincere smiles (especially those I experienced in Java), hospitality and readiness to help and show the way. Read More →

Thailand night buses: be alarmed!

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This is a short post from Thailand with a warning for my fellow travelers. Be very careful and alert when you travel by night buses in Thailand, especially those leaving from Khao San Road! Prices do seem to be very cheap and attractive (we ended up paying only 800 Baht = 20€ from Bangkok to Koh Phi Phi). Read More →

Those Vietnamese – how they are: my point of view

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After spending one month in Vietnam, I had quite an opportunity to observe local people, their habits and manners. Here are few things about Vietnamese people I noticed during my traveling.

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One month in Vietnam

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I spend one month in Vietnam, totally enjoying the country, its food, people, culture, nature, etc. Here is an overview of this amazing month of my life.

* 53,5 hours of bus
* 2 hours on plain
* 11 days at the sea side
* 800 km on rented scooter in local traffic

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Varanasi: the city of life and death

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Varanasi – colorful, chaotic, dirty, holy, interesting and somewhat u usual place. We spend 4 days in Varanasi, and I must tell you we were very happy to leave the city after those 4 days. It is probably the most dirty city I have ever seen in my life, with the most colorful building and amazing spots for photographers! I can say for sure that I will not be back to Varanasi, but I am definitely glad I have visited this place! Read More →

Incredible, but different India

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Here are few things about India and its people that I noticed on my last 3 trips to this incredible country.

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Presents, packaging and post office in Rishikesh, India.

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It is always nice to buy and receive presents, but it is even nicer to receive those from a foreign or exotic country. That is why I decided to get some presents for my family from India! I also heard that it is very easy to send the package from Rishikesh, as the post works pretty good here.

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