Travel

Pyongyang Inside Out

Pyongyang Inside Out

Written by Sei Mou
March 22, 2012
After showing respect to every monument in Pyongyang, it is now time to inspect some of the impressive facilities North Korea beholds.
Pyongyang, North Korea

Pyongyang, North Korea

Written by Jordy Meow
March 10, 2012
Pyongyang, North Korea... These names have always been mysterious for me. With North Koreans known to be so close-minded, what kind of capital city can they possibly build?
North Korea by train, Kaesong and the DMZ

North Korea by train, Kaesong and the DMZ

Written by Sei Mou
February 29, 2012
We arrived at carriage No.13 on time but was turned down at the door. Apparently there is another carriage No.13 at the end of train, that is 'especially' prepared for foreigners going to North Korea.
Koh Phi Phi, Thailand

Koh Phi Phi, Thailand

Written by Jordy Meow
September 22, 2010
We find a hotel very quickly on Koh Phi Phi Don the evening we arrive. It is not very expensive, it has style and it has a nice room and a nice swimming pool.
Bangkok & Chiang Mai, Thailand

Bangkok & Chiang Mai, Thailand

Written by Jordy Meow
September 19, 2010
Year 2553 (Thai solar calendar). I meet Anselm in Bangkok for a quick getaway of 9 days throughout Thailand. It is midnight at the Burger King on Khao San Road, a real good old appointment place for loosers.
Bali, Indonesia

Bali, Indonesia

Written by Jordy Meow
September 4, 2010
When we arrived in Bali, we went directly to à Ubud, in central Bali. Ubud is proving friendly upon arrival. Yet much frequented by tourists, it has a relaxing atmosphere and probably very typical balinese.
Lombok, Indonesia

Lombok, Indonesia

Written by Jordy Meow
August 22, 2010
We choose Senggigi as General Quarter. The situation at sea is pleasant, our intended destinations are not more than 2h-3h by car, and the hotel is not really expensive, yet luxurious enough.
Flores, Indonesia

Flores, Indonesia

Written by Jordy Meow
August 17, 2010
We make a nice arrival in Flores. The place is very wild but Labuanbajo turns out to be an ugly town. We find here only one ATM, and some money-changers (apparently the dream work of locals).