TENERIFE: a great island to enjoy digital nomad life

Dear readers, during 2022, I stayed in Tenerife twice: first time during the European summer time and the second time during December. Being a remote online worker, a friend of mine and I took the chance to fly off to Canarias at the beginning of summer to spend all July in Tenerife by renting a …

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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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Hangover Pygmy cave: the 4th largest cave in the world

Dear readers, during May 2022 I had the chance to explore the 4th largest cave in the world whose the name are Hangover Pygmy. These caves are in Vietnam and are located in Phong Nha national park which belongs to Dong Hoi province, it is situated in the centre-north of Vietnam. In order to reach …

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Chao Lao Beach: the hidden spot surrounded by pink rocks

Dear readers, back to December 2021, I had the opportunity to come back to Thailand to visit some new secluded areas. My focus was on the eastern coast toward Cambodia, after having visited Pattaya and Rayong, I decided (as always) to get out of the 'comfort zone' and I headed to Chao Lao beach which …

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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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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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Banyuwangi: the four great natural attractions of East JAVA

Hello to everybody! After so long time I am back to write more about JAVA of Indonesia. Banyuwangi is basically the main town of East Java region, the four places which you should dedicate four days at least of your Indonesian journey are: Trekking to Ijen volcano crater with blue fire (if lucky to see …

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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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Langkawi: a riveting kayaking experience to watching the red eagles at Klim Geopark.

It was a Saturday morning during my stay  on Langkawi when I went to one of my favorite place for a Malay-style break fast with a Roti Telur and a black tea, I sat on table in which on the opposite side there was a Swedish guy Adam, I really didn't think twice to sit …

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