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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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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Koh Lipe: explorers, local residents and Thai gypsies community.

Once again I am here to talk about a South-East Asian society which is the Thai one, just this time it isn't related to a volunteering action: after three years since last time, I decided to visit a new Thai island which is close to the border line with Malaysia. The island is Koh Lipe …

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A volunteering day among eastern Malaysia poor villages

One day during my journey spent in Malaysia, a local friend who I had just met one day before proposed me to join him for a volunteering activity which consisted of distributing boxes of freshly-prepared food to the poor families residing in Batu Rakit village, which is situated in the region of Terengganu. I didn't …

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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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