After 2 years of traveling the world, I would love to summarize ten of my insights I got to understand and learn.
My life doesn’t contain only fairies and unicorns stories.
Bad days are in the all-inclusive-package of a world traveler.
Every traveler knows what I am talking about.
In this very short post I will share a typical shitty day during my travels.
You don’t need thousands of dollars to visit Taiwan and to get around the tiny island.
Hitchhiking in Taiwan is truly one of these experiences in life you better don’t elude. And for me they are one of my most memorable and valuable moments in Taiwan. Moreover, it is environment-friendly, you save money and above all you meet people with different backgrounds on the road. In no other country I didn’t only receive free rides, but also invitations for lunch on other snacks.
Besides Japan, Taiwan is a credible safe country to hitchhike.
What is your first thought after somebody is telling you about Cambodia?
Is it Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Ta Prohm or the amazing and biggest lake in South East Asia, Tonle Sap?
Seriously, you should visit all of the places I just mentioned.
But you don’t really often read about travelers going to Phnom Peng, right? Continue reading “Cambodia, Cambodia, But This Time Not Angkor Wat”