All of the Southeast Asia is crazy about English football Premier League. Live games on TV, merchandise in shops and discussion about the results. READ MORE »
A cowboy with a three days unshaved beard, riding his horse during a sunset and watching over a glorious landscape. That's the type of Marlboro commercials that we're used to. READ MORE »
A fast glimpse at a market in Kratie, Cambodia. This woman is selling "monkey food" according to locals. All I know is that it is somehow connected with lotus, and when I tried to eat it, locals were giggling quite intensively. READ MORE »
Leaving for Laos tomorrow. Cambodia farewells us with a storm, warm feelings about Khmers and their smiles. READ MORE »
Realized what I've been missing during our time in Asia.
Most of the time the sky is bright blue, sometimes it is grey. Rarely it has big, white, beatiful clouds. READ MORE »
Sunday. Time for some time in front of TV. These moments are very rare during the last few years for me. Not because I can't spare a minute, its just that its much more and useful things to do with a laptop and/or internet.
Anyway, television is part of culture, and since we are in different culture each month during our travels, it can be interesting to gaze for a few minutes. READ MORE »
People in the countryside love it, city dwellers hate it, we wait for it.
Today it's raining, ladies and gentlemen. READ MORE »