56. In search of the real Bali. Denpasar-Ubud-Munduk

I’ve never seen such an airport before. As one of the most popular places in Asia, Bali welcomed us properly from the very beginning. The airport wasn’t big and boring like usual, it was colourful, vibrant and its traditional architecture echoed the style of the whole island. After a short sleep on a comfy airport’s…

55. It’s a cob time! :) Ipoh-Cameron Highlands-Kuala Lumpur

I kind of started to like non-alcoholic parties. Especially when you have to get up at 4am half-dead to catch a ferry to the mainland. After 2 hours of sleep on the ferry we were ready to hitch to the next country- Malaysia. We started to love it way before crossing the border. Luckily we…

54. Where are all the parties?? Bangkok-Ko Phangan

And finally the time has come- bringing our backpacks back to the road. After saying goodbye to Callum’s family in England we entered the plane that took us to Dubai. There we almost missed our flight to Bangkok wandering around the airport like 2 idiots. Anyway, after a few hours we landed safe and sound…

53. It’s good to be home. Poland <3

I’ve never thought that going home would be so important and so beneficial after the whole year of travelling. It really does bring you down to earth, gives you time to think and summarize your experiences and reset your mind in a way. You appreciate the stability, the food and all the little comforts like…

52. Cambodia at a glance. Phnom Penh-Siem Reap

It was the last 3 weeks of our journey before going home for „a break”. Entering Cambodia we had big plans: Angkor Wat, Vipassana meditation course, visiting Callum’s friend in Pattaya. I didn’t think it would all end completely different than we planned… As we didn’t have much time for visiting Cambodia we decided to…

50. Time to refresh. Tam Coc-Phong Nha

Before starting this trip I packed my stuff for at least 3 years without any idea when I would come back. I was ready and excited for a new adventure. After all my previous trips I thought this time would be as easy as before. But being a long term traveller is completely different from…

49. Santa Maria de Filipinas. Philippines

White sandy beaches. Beautiful corals reefs. Tropical jungle with rich wildlife and the most beautiful waterfalls in the world. Hundreds of virgin, unhabited islands. Paradise on Earth- that was my imagination of Philippines. It’s all about right if I only didn’t forget about the natural disasters that hit this poor country every year. And that…

48. Where are the golden sands? Bohol-Panglao-Balicasag

This time we left on time. The boat was really small and before noon we were in Ubay. I expected Bohol to be more touristy and rich (?) than the previous islands but I didn’t see much of a difference. The island in reality is really small, stretching 100 km from the west to the…

47. Looking for a paradise. Manila-Legazpi-Basey-Bato

“Did we take the right plane??”, I thought when we were passing the busy streets of Manila on the way to our host. It felt like South America. The old Spanish buildings, hot, humid air and crowds of young people ready to party somehow made me feel like I’ve been there before. Once we got…

46. In the land of hammer and sickle. China

  After 10 months of travelling you naturally ask yourself questions: “What have I learnt? Was it all worth it? What would I do differently if I started the journey from the beginning?”. Did I regret going to China? I don’t think so. Although it definitely didn’t satisfy my expectations or even disappointed me a…

45. Back to English. Guilin-Yangshuo-Hong Kong

We got to Guilin in the afternoon after a nice ride in the Landrover and even nicer lunch bought by its drivers. Our new couchsurfer, Zach, waited for us in Guilin, one of our last stops in China. Although we shared the studio flat we had definitely much more privacy than in memorable Kunming. As…