I just returned from a month and a half backpacking trip (check out my route here!) and I discovered something about myself.
It was all set up to be one more of those peaceful Burmese sunsets. People stood around the north west end of the Pagoda as they awaited the final moment.
I sailed around this wild world for 10 years when I was just a cub. Things rarely went wrong. Yesterday I took a homemade bamboo raft down the river...
The circular train roughly pulled its way on the old beaten railways of Yangon. By times the wagon rocked from side to side and with my eyes closed I felt as in a rocking chair.
In Singapore, there is a little sign when you cross the street saying "Please use the pedestrian crossings".
I spent 18 days in Indonesia and as much as I liked it, I'm also happy to be in Bali's airport and on my way out to Singapore. Here is why...
I learned this the hard way. We buzzed out of our home stay in Ubud, Bali at around 10 am, headed for a visit of Mount Agung.
The society we live in today prefers watching TV to reading books. Perhaps you're the same, and you rather a video than read an article. If that's the case, this one is for you!
Or at least getting close to it... I've met some great people in Indonesia. With this man, I sat and spoke for 30 minutes about Europe and China. We had great laughs.