Laos, 4000 islands: the valid alternative to the seaside

Dear readers, during November 2022 I had chance to explore Laos and I completed the South-East Asia area 🙂 The Country itself is very extended so if you want to travel to both North and South I strongly recommend you to plan twenty days at least, with such a buffer of time you can have …

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South of India: the unbeaten circuit of Andaman islands.

Dear explorers, I finally have the chance to post something new about a brand-new destination focused on the archipelago of Andaman islands. Andamans islands belong to India although are much closer to Thailand, it might sound a joke but it is so 🙂 When I planned it out, my general criteria was to try a …

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YOGYAKARTA: gorgeous landscapes by the sea.

I have had the chance to dedicate two and half intensive days in this city of central Java to check quite some Buddhist and Hindu temples as well as exploring some breathtaking landscapes inside the land and by the seaside. As I approached Yogyakarta commonly known as 'Jogja', my first concern was to rent a …

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ICELAND: Golden circle vs wild nature of the long Icelandic perimeter

It was the year 2011 when I and my Italian friend Walter made the decision to go for the amazing wild nature challenge in Iceland, even though my friend had in mind to travel somewhere in Asia, I felt I wanted to complete my geographical overview of the Scandinavian Europe, so as soon as I …

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Bali: a day spent exploring the wild nature with a local traveler

One day during my stay in Bali of my 2017-Journey, I had a chance to meet with a local Indonesian traveler who she was willing to share a trip to some amazing waterfalls as well as not touristy, soon she identified three waterfalls situated in three different locations: Gitgit , Alang-alang and Tukad Cepung. Considering …

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The idea behind PathsUnbeaten project

Welcome to Pathsunbeaten.com! My name is Giuseppe Emanuele Giampino and I am an experienced traveler from Italy. Since 2011 I have been travelling off the beaten tracks to break my comfort zone and I have been being inspired to the "photo-travelling" concept. I am always willing to challenge myself by discovering the wonderful nature offered …

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