We exchanged the hot southern Indian climate for cool mountains, as we boarded our flight from Bangalore to Kathmandu. November is the best time to visit Nepal, the skies are clear – perfect for mountain views, and also a change in colours as autumn arrives. It was a slight change to our itinerary as we … Continue reading An escape to the mountains
Hello everyone from India. It felt so far away when we started in Moscow… and here we are more than two months later! Our arrival in India was very easy after a short flight. Unlike in other border controls there were hardly any people queuing and the border policemen seemed very friendly. We only had … Continue reading Dosas, temples, jasmine flowers and little smiles!
After a little bit more than two months travelling, and having spent the last month in South East Asia, we were really looking forward to finally get to India. This made our stay in Thailand quite short and different to most of the travels to this country. We crossed the Cambodia – Thailand border at … Continue reading Off the beaten track: to Thailand!
Since I was little I have always dreamed about visiting the Angkor Wat temples, and this is what Cambodia is most famous for. Up until now we had seen a different side of Cambodia, dominated mainly by beaches and bars. Siem Reap was different - a very chilled city filled with markets and street cafes … Continue reading Siem Reap and the temples of Angkor Wat
Here we are with the next leg of our trip. It has been a very new experience for both of us and, although very difficult to express it here, we are going to try hard to make you feel in the same way we did. We departed from Ho Chi Min City to Sihanoukville via … Continue reading Beach, fire, freedom and…casinos!
It was an exciting journey to cross the China-Vietnam border at Hekou, we walked over the Peace bridge to Lao Cai across the river.. It was strange to see Chinese characters on one side of the river where we left and by the time we crossed the bridge the language, currency and culture was very … Continue reading COUNTRY NUMBER 4: VIETNAM
We move on again to the south of China. Our journey began with an overnight sleeper train to Nanning where we would travel from to reach other parts of the south, Nanning, Dali and Jiliang. Here we are again, ready to tell you about our experience in the south of China. Our journey began with … Continue reading EXPLORING SOUTHERN CHINA