Dine in the Dark, Phnom Penh, Review

Dine in the Dark Phnom Penh Cambodia feature photo

Dine in the Dark experience was truly one of a kind for me. How does it feel to eat in the dark? Is it worth the price? What kind of food can you expect there? What is the point of a restaurant with such concept? We visited the Phnom Penh branch in Cambodia and have all the answers ready for …

Prices in Thailand: Can Your First Time Be Cheap?

Prices in Thailand, feature image

Hello Mister, massage? Tuk-tuk? Tuk-tuk? Pad Thai, good price, good price? How much will I spend on a tropical island? Is food really so cheap? How much is a hotel in Thailand? How can I save money during my first trip to Thailand? I will answer all of these and more of your questions about daily and weekly budget, the cost of transport …

Caturday Cafe in Bangkok, Review

Cat Cafes have been getting more and more popular in recent years all over the world. Caturday Cafe was the first cat cafe we ever visited. It was an extremely unique and lovely experience. Now every single time someone tells me they’re not a cat person, I always say to them that it doesn’t matter. Everyone is a cat person, …

Things you should know about Poland before visiting

Poland’s tourist industry has been booming in recent years. I came back to Wroclaw, my hometown, after nearly 6 years of absence. I definitely noticed massive differences to how it all used to be. How has Poland changed? Here’s some things to know before visiting Poland! Poland is definitely much more accessible to foreigners now, than it used to be. …

The Complete Guide to Breathtaking Sapa

FALLING IN LOVE WITH THE MOUNTAINS, SAPA, VIETNAM

If you love trekking tours, if you’re into an active holiday and, especially, if you travel because you want to be close to nature – Sapa is the place to be. Nearly every article online about where to go in Vietnam features a stunning photo from this place. Sapa in the far north is one of the best places to visit …

Vietnam Travel Tips – WE GOT ROBBED

The first time we visited Vietnam was only for a quick two weeks stroll around Mekong Delta. It was where we were first introduced to wonderful Vietnamese cuisine and coffee, to honest smiles of hard-working welcoming people and beautiful landscapes of rice fields and fruit plantations spreading around every smaller road just off the highway. And we fell in love …