Where to eat and drink in Sapa, Vietnam

In Sapa, we had bad weather from the first until the last day of our staying there. So, we cannot make any recommendation about what to visit there, but for sure, we can recommend you some nice places where you can eat and drink. We tried a few of them and here is our list…

Why you should reconsider visiting Sapa (Vietnam) in November

Sapa is a very nice region situated in the North of Vietnam. Many minorities live here which give the region its charm. You can go trekking, you can visit the villages and you can enjoy the wonderful sight of the rice terraces fields. You can choose an accommodation in a nice hut together with the locals…

The North Face or The North Fake from Vietnam

In Vietnam, there are plenty of shops with The North Face label on their products. We entered in one of them and we found out that a pair of trekking boots costs only 25$. Amazing, right? We just walked away being convinced that they are fake. After a few days, arriving in Sapa, we reconsidered…

4 places you must visit in Vientiane, Laos

Vientiane is considered a quiet capital with not so many places to visit as a tourist. We stayed 5 days in Lao’s capital and we concluded that there are a plenty of things to do there, from visiting museums to just relaxing with a good Lao or French coffee. Here’s what we liked the most…

Why you should attend a cooking class in Thailand

In Thailand, we decided to attend a cooking class because it seemed fun, but especially because we were interested in knowing more about Thai food. Usually in restaurants when we ordered something, we looked at the picture, but we didn’t know the ingredients.

Interview with Isa and Charlotte, two French expats living in Bangkok

We met Charlotte and Isa during our three-day jungle tour in the north of Thailand. They are from France, but they have lived in Bangkok for in the last 4 years (Charlotte), respectively 6 years (Isa). They met each other in Bangkok through some common friends. Both of them are full of life, adventurous and…

Where to eat and drink in Luang Prabang, Laos

Spending quality time in nice places is very important for us while traveling.  A terrace with good coffee, a restaurant with delicious food can always make the difference especially when you are on vacation. We enjoyed a few of them during the week spent in Luang Prabang and here are our recommendations: Utopia Terrace is the…

Things to do in Luang Prabang, Laos

At first glance, Luang Prabang is the kind of town where you come to rest. Apparently, there is not much to see and where you do not intend to stay for more than 2-3 days. But then you realize that it’s not time to go yet, that there are still places to visit, that you…

Travel guide: 3 days jungle trekking tour near Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand

After getting tired of visiting temples we started looking for something different to do near Chiang Mai, Thailand. We found out that here there are organized trekking tours to jungle villages for one to three days or more, where people can interact with locals, live with them, learn about their culture and traditions. After searching…

Slow boat from Chiang Mai to Luang Prabang

If you are an adventurous spirit travelling on a budget, going by slow boat from Chiang Mai to Laos is a great option for you. Here are the main options for doing this trip: Air – the quickest and most expensive Bus – much longer, less expensive but also less comfortable Slow boat – less…