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Nepal: Streets of Kathmandu

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Streets of Kathmandu….full of fascinating scenes of local life, smell of incense, sleeping dogs, smiling kids, lots of dust, beautiful & colourful shawls, shops with trekking gear, fake and real North Face puff jackets, guesthouses, restaurants, bars, craftsman shops, meat shops, stones and damages from the earthquake, no concrete roads, destroyed houses, wooden balks to support houses after the earthquake, beautiful gates, colourful house doors….I am in LoVe! I did not want to leave! I will be back!

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My 2015 in pictures

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Australia: Phillip Island wonder

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I believe photos tell much more than words… Here are my photo impression from one day on the Philip Island. Truly amazing and beautiful place, and so peaceful. It is not touristically overcrowded and one can enjoy quiet beach and relaxing sound of the ocean. It is just 1,5 hour drive from Melbourne but it feels like a different planet. Am I crazy to want to go back there again?! Read More →

Bali: secret beach escape

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Few days ago a friend of mine showed me one absolutely amazing place here in Bali. I thought I saw it all, but this place was totally new and totally blew up my mind. One can only get there at the very low tide and stay there only during the lowest tide. It basically means, just one hour in the morning and one hour in the evening (this was the case which tide levels in June 2015). Read More →

Flashback to Cameron Highlands, Malaysia

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Flashback to Cameron Highlands, my favorite place in Malaysia, where I felt like at home. The place where I could breathe freely and fill my lungs with fresh mountain air. Yes, it was very cold at night! And yes, I slept in all my warm clothes plus the woolen scarf and the blanket. Yes, it has been raining everyday in the afternoon. And yes, I spent amazing 4 days there! I was in Cameron Highlands in January 2015 (sorry for the delayed post), but this place still remains the highlight of my one month stay in Malaysia. Read More →

Singapore Impressions

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Singapore…Where you find the hotels from world’s most exclusive and expensive hotel chains, where locals speak english, where buildings are tall and houses are luxurious, where Louis Vuitton store looks like a museum, where locals meet up in groups for doing sports, where streets are clean, where one can not buy chewing gum, where prices are high and where people smile…
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Walking the streets of George Town

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I love George Town, especially the old town! Walking around its streets, searching for beautiful murals and street arts. You can also rent a bike and circle around the city for mural hunting. Bike rent is not expensive and you will get a map with the exact locations of the murals. It’s fun, you should try it out! Read More →

One day from Smile Hotel Hua Hin

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Waking up at 7 in the morning is absolutely no problem for me here. We sleep with open balcony, fresh air does its magic and even after only few hours of sleep I feel amazing! After yoga session in the room with my mother, we go for breakfast. On the way to the breakfast room, we pass reception and get our first good morning smile from the receptionist lady. Read More →

Cicada Market – artistic Hua Hin

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During my one week stay in Hua Hin, Thailand I have visited one very interesting market, called Cicada Market. Cicada Market is the art market with atmosphere, located near Hayat Hotel. Designers, artists, creators, tourists, students…you find it all here. The market has an amazing, warm atmosphere with beautiful lightning, paper lamps and light figures all around. Read More →

Angkor Wat escape: notes from Cambodia

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Angkor Wat – amazing, unbelievable, unrealistic, magical. I invite you to the photo impressions from my trip around the temples of Angkor Wat.

If you are coming to Cambodia and want to visit Angkor Wat, here are a few tips about prices and procedures.

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