I’m moving to Thailand! How crazy does it sound?! I never even though that I would be saying this. Life can be pretty  unpredictable sometimes. 3 years ago I went to China, which I never, ever even imagined I would be doing, and now 3 years later I’m going to Thailand, which I also never imagined …

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  Click here if you want to check out Mekong Delta day one! The first day of our Mekong Delta trip was already pretty intense. We woke up at 6am, we got on a bus, we drove for hours (although distance wasn’t the issue, but the crazy traffic and lack of good roads) than we …

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4th part of my Vietnam vlogs! It took us 12 hours on a bus to get from Nha Trang to Hoi An, the beautiful ancient town, located in central Vietnam, full of people from all around the world, old yellow houses, locals wearing the Vietnamese hat, exotic fruits, markets, lights and lanterns. We lived in a backpackers’ …

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If you’re traveling to Vietnam, you will probably go to Ho Chi Minh City, also known as Saigon, Vietnam’s biggest city, a huge, buzzing, metropolis, home of 10 million people! I’ve seen quite a bit of Asia so far, but I’ve never seen anything like this before! The best world I can use to describe …

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  My second Vietnam vlog! After a couple of days in Ho Chi Minh City, my friends joined me and we went to Mekong Delta. We spent long hours in tiny Vietnamese busses, we sailed through palm trees forrest, we went to a fruits farm and had some amazing fresh fruits, we had some delicious …

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If anyone ever tells you that Hong Kong is all about the big city, don’t believe them. If you come to Hong Kong and choose not to make an effort to get out of the busy Hong Kong Island or Kowloon it might be the case, but only 30 min boat ride and about 20 HK …

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If you happen to be in Hong Kong or south China, Macau is definitely worth checking out. Located on a little peninsula, about 60 km away from Hong Kong, Macau used to be a Portuguese colony, which resulted in an interesting mix between Portuguese and Chinese culture. Macau is also known to be the Las …

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