When you think about Southeast Asia Laos might not be the first spot that comes to your mind. Other countries might be more prominent like Cambodia or Thailand but that is no reason to tick Laos already from your list. When you come
The Southern Swing Loop in Southern Laos is a motorbike or bicycle trip that starts in Pakse and leads you around the Bolaven Plateau and other southern provinces. It can last from three days to as long as you like. Here some
Malaysia has a large variety of food. The irresistible dishes are a mixture of Chinese, Malayan, Indian and Thai cuisine and cheap prices make Malaysia a food lover’s paradise. I visited my friend in Malaysia and told him that I want to eat the
Christmas tree made out of recycled plastic bottles. Spotted in Antipolo, Philippines. DavidHi! I´m David and I like sharing my travel experiences with you. I´m passionate about traveling and want you to be part of my adventures. If you have any tips
If you want to escape the crowded, loud and hectic metropolis of Manila, then a quick side-trip to Tagaytay and Taal Lake is highly recommended. With a weekend getaway to Tagatay you can kill two birds with one stone. On one side
Finally I could managed to visit the Quiapo Market in Manila. The Market is the center point of many Filipinos, because, here you can buy everything you need from A to Z. The prices are really cheaper compared to the price of
September 19 – 20, 2014 was a disastrous weekend for the Philippines as tropical storm Fung-wong (Mario) reached the Luzon region and hit the capital Manila with its full power. Thousands had to flee from the rain and the big flood: Telegraph.co.uk.
Halo-Halo? Halo-what? Outside of the Philippines you probably will just look into puzzled faces, when people hear the expression. In the Philippines, instead you get one of the most common desserts. Halo-Halo (Tagalog: mixed together) is a mixture of shaved ice and