PALAWAN: the rural family living by the seaside

Dear readers, back to October 2022 I stayed in Palawan as a digital nomad, it is a region of Philippines famous for the seaside, coral reefs and dive-snorkeling spots. I decided to spend five days in Coron island which is part of Palawan but it is located two hops away from Palawan northward. This island …

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ONE YEAR OF COVID-19 PANDEMIA: WHAT CHANGED IN THE HUMAN COMMUNITY?

Dear readers, today by far a bit more than one year is spent from the COVID-19 outbreak, a deep chance of habits among us human has occurred even we did not want it by any means. One year ago, myself was just back from my last overseas travel to Asia and yet I was not …

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Sihanoukville 2020: a coastal paradise or a town in disarray?

Dear readers, following my last travel experience spent in Cambodia of which three days in the coastal city of Sihanoukville and some latest news about the renovation process of the town, I have gained some insights to deal with such a hot topic. This town is the landmark to transfer by ferries to the Koh …

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Easter time over the COVID-19 outbreak: a great opportunity to research and plan something new

Dear readers, this Easter (fow who celebrates it) is by no doubt different than any other previous Easter we ever experienced so far in our life, the keen travelers like me are now on stand-by and forced to deal with some other activities, let's say we are just out of the conventional every-day lifestyle we …

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SAPA: second day OFF the beaten tracks among the remote villages

Following my previous post for the first day of trekking, for completion I dedicate this post for the second day of SaPa adventure 🙂 First of all, the home-stay where we slept was nicely arranged for us foreigners and I was surprised since they even had a western toilet with shower (my guess is that …

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SAPA: first day OFF the beaten tracks in the rice fields terraces and rural villages

Dear explorers, I have finally completed out my 6th journey mission in South-East Asia, this time I dedicated my attention to Vietnam. Unlike my previous deep experience with Indonesia, here I had less time to spend and so I had to draw a narrowed draft plan out of a total of fifteen days, perhaps here …

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Banská Štiavnica: UNESCO world heritage in the hearth of Slovakia.

Dear explorers, after such a long time spent finally I am here to talk about something new and different! One week me and my girlfriend, despite being very warm, made the decision of driving from Bratislava to the central region of Slovakia denominated Banskobystrický kraj  for a cultural summer weekend, we stayed over Friday and …

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MALANG: not only volcanoes but also waterfalls and hot-springs.

Dear explorers, Malang is the name of the town as well as the region which is situated in the hearth of east Java land, this region like Banyuwangi  offers a variety of nature from volcanoes to plenty of waterfalls as well as hot-springs, most of them are not known by any foreign traveler  (I might …

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FLORES motorbike tour: the conservative face of Indonesia with surprising people on the way.

Dear travelers,after being back from quite some time spent in Indonesia, now it is time to provide you with an overview of my motorbike tour on East Nusa Tenggara commonly known as Flores. So far, Having explored in Indonesia Java, Bali and Flores, I venture to say that Flores compared to the others two is …

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JAKARTA: the 50 shades of a chaotic megalopolis

Hello to everybody! After so long time of non-posting finally I am here back to bring a real-time post about the beginning approach of my long journey being spent in Indonesia. Since last time was only focused on Bali which is not that meaningful this time will likely be a proper challenging Mission Indonesia. Being …

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