One of the best experiences we had in Laos was biking the Bolaven Plateau Loop in the southern part of the country, where quiet roads lead to charming traditional villages scattered alongside a multitude of spectacular waterfalls in rural countryside. This region is also well-known for its coffee plantations which can be visited whilst biking […]
Imagine coming across clusters of mysterious massive stone jars whilst traveling through rural countryside. Up to 90 such ‘Plain of Jars’ sites exist in the Xiangkhouang Province of Northern Laos, where the huge jars, some half-buried, lie scattered in fields still peppered with unexploded ordinance (UXO), which in turn, are an unwelcome souvenir of the […]
In one word, China was … unexpected. Despite being aware that some travelers consider China to be a great travel destination, it never quite appealed to us. This was probably more due to lack of knowledge rather than to any other reason, since we never actually did much research about either where to go or […]
The thought of travel to Bhutan had been lingering in my head for many years before Nikki and I actually ... Read More
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