Monthly Archives / January 2014

The sad melody of Cambodia

Even though it’s a place full of joy and beauty, Cambodia (as pretty much all undeveloped countries) has its sad side. And, among all their problems, the most noticeable one to the average tourist is probably the accidents that still happen involving landmines. A bloody civil war took over Cambodia from 1970 to 1988. During […]


Angkor Wat and Siem Reap, Cambodia

Our stay in Cambodia was really short, but it was long enough to become unforgettable. There we found happy and welcoming people (which is almost a rule around Southeast Asia), and also one of the most impressive monuments in the world: the complex of Angkor Wat. Angkor Wat is actually the name of one of […]


Chiang Mai, Thailand

You don’t hear much about Northern Thailand here in Brazil. The most known image of the country around here are the amazing beaches of the southern islands and the hectic capital, Bangkok. But many cities of the north are already on the itinerary of many travelers from all around the world, because that’s the perfect […]


Bali, Indonesia

Bali wasn’t on our initial itinerary. We decided to go on the last minute, when we realized that the trip from India to Nepal would be too exhausting for us (more than 5 days to do the round trip, known for its many dificulties). During the search for a new Asia destination, we decided to […]