“Put on your rain jacket,” the Kiwi guy said. I looked up at the blue sky, with no cloud in sight. “It protects you against mosquitos,” he added. “Trust me, I’ve been here for a couple of days already.” Have you ever ended up in the middle of nowhere and realised that you forgot, Read More

If you want to go to the Amazon in Peru (and you totally should), chances are high that you’ll pass through Iquitos. Iquitos is the biggest city in the world that cannot be reached by car. You can go by boat down the Amazon, but most travellers arrive here by plane. While many jungle, Read More

“There!” I pointed towards the place where the fin had just disappeared. “Did you see it? Was that one of the pink dolphins?” I can’t remember the first time I had heard of those creatures. Probably when I was researching my trip to South America. Or when I was in Peru almost two years, Read More

Sunrise at Angkor Wat, Cambodia

During our three days in Siem Reap, we developed a strange kind of routine. We would get up at four in the morning, drive to Angkor for sunrise and walk around the temples afterwards. Then, shortly before ten, we would leave the park and make it back to the hotel just in time to, Read More

Rice field, Laos

Laos often surprises travellers. Less known than the other countries in Southeast Asia, it has more to offer than people would guess. From golden temples to caves and waterfalls, all lacking the hordes of tourists that you encounter elsewhete in the region, the country does not disappoint. Come quickly before the world discovers this, Read More