Namibia

Namibia

A few tips to organize a trip to Namibia, if you decide not to hire a car, and if you... Read more »
Windhoek

Windhoek

Windhoek is not the best town in the world, and it is very often overlooked by visitors, but if you... Read more »
Etosha National Park

Etosha National Park

The Etosha National Park is another must-see destination for visitors in Namibia. Very dry environment, very different from any other... Read more »
Gaborone

Gaborone

My trip starts from Gaborone, Botswana's capital city. A public bus will take me to Maun, the main town in... Read more »
Myanmar Burma

Myanmar Burma

27 days alone. 27 days of magic, improvisation, 27 days of meetings, openness to the world. 27 days of guesthouses... Read more »
Mandalay

Mandalay

Low cost suggestions for exploring Mandalay, the main city of northern Myanmar, and its surroundings: Sagaing, Mingun, Inwa,... Read more »
Hsipaw

Hsipaw

Hsipaw, one of the main trekking destinations in the Shan state. Tips to sleep, feed, move, organize trips on the... Read more »
Kyaukme

Kyaukme

Kyaukme is trekking destination alternative to Hsipaw, I visited it in one day,... Read more »
Bagan

Bagan

Bagan is, simply, an enchantment. Hard to find words to describe it, you have to see it with your own... Read more »
Kalaw

Kalaw

Kalaw and its picturesque green hills, dotted with tribal villages. How to stay and organize a trek without spending too... Read more »
Pindaya

Pindaya

It's not easy to reach Pindaya without a driver, but with a little of good will it’s possible. The most... Read more »
Inle Lake

Inle Lake

The Lake Inle landscapes, its markets, the ancient stupas at Inthein and Thaung Tut are among the must-see destinations of... Read more »
Kakku

Kakku

Kakku, about 70 kms from the Lake Inle shores, unknown and almost inaccessible until recently, is now opening up to... Read more »
Mawlamyine

Mawlamyine

Mawlamyine, colonial city full of history, where Orwell and Kipling lived. willl charm you with its golden pagodas, and the... Read more »