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    Things to do in Maputo, itinerary and travel tips

    The Mozambican capital, bathed by the Indian, is a city that mixes the frenzy of the great metropolises, magnificent landscapes and the joy of a welcoming people. Having varied points of interest, we will suggest the best things to do in Maputo, which you can not fail to see and visit.

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    What to do in Bangkok

    Find tips and suggestions to visit Bangkok. A city that is always on the move, with a unique cultural identity and full of surprises. With dozens of temples and thousands of street food stalls, you will not be able to stop, except for an invigorating massage.

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    The Best 6 – Koh Lanta Top Beaches

    Koh Lanta top beaches are  undoubtedly some of the best in Thailand. Despite the [...]

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    What to do in Chiang Mai

    Deciding what to do in Chiang Mai will, undoubtedly, be the biggest challenge for any tourist visiting the city. Located in the hilly north of Thailand, a region full of points of interest and natural charms, this city is also the ideal base for exploring the surrounding area.

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    Koh lanta Old Town

    Koh Lanta Old Town is a singular village that is worth a visit during [...]

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    Sea Gypsies Village

    Visinting a Sea Gypsy village may be another reason to go South-east of Koh [...]

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    Thailand travel tips

    Thailand is a country of smiles and friendly people with  great diversity. You can enjoy an urban environment like Bangkok or tranquility, with a trekking in the mountains of Chiang Mai area.

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    Trekking in Chiang Mai

    Blog / Thailand / Chiang Mai / Trekking in Chiang Mai [...]

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    Wat Phra Singh

    Wat Phra Singh is a 14th century that stands out as one of the most beautiful in the old town of Chiang Mai. Also known as the temple of the Lion Buddha, Wat Phra Singh is among the most visited temples of the city both, by believers and tourists. In this religious complex the highlight is, in addition to the building itself, a beautiful Buddha image that you can find in Viharn Luang,

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    Wat Chedi Luang

    Wat Chedi Luang, built in the 14th century, was the temple where the most important relic of Thailand, the Emerald Buddha, was kept. This complex is composed of a huge Chedi, approximately 40 meters high, despite the original 80 meters which did not survive a strong earthquake


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André Vaz

” The most striking thing in Thailand was the people. With such a distant culture and, often, life condition far from ideal, every day they make statment, deciding to embrace life with a smile.”

André V.

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”

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We decided to start our blog with Thailand because it is one of the popular destinations amongst backpackers. With time we will add many other destinations to this space.

Tonle Sap Lake in Cambodia, a real “Water World”

Tonle Sap Lake, in Cambodia, is the largest freshwater lake in southwest Asia, with an area of ​​2700 km2, is an absolutely surreal place. It seems to have come straight out of a movie from another era. Or rather, when we get there, it looks like we got into a movie. This seasonally flooded lake is connected to the Sangker River and the Tonle Sap River, which changes direction throughout the year.

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