The Pobiti Kamani had been considered a sacred place since antiquity and numerous legends have arisen over time to explain its existence. Even the “mainstream archaeologists” have many different theories about the origins of the phenomenon.
This was a very personal story which may not have a special significance for anyone other than myself, but it’s a story I had to write down and share while it was still fresh because those days I spent in Cambodia, the people I’ve met and the experiences I had, have definitely changed my perspective on traveling and not only.
A very nice short video showing briefly but consistently some of the most important facts about Romania which might be nice for anybody to know before travelling here. The infographic animation was created by Graphic and Communication Design student Ana Busuioc for Leeds Romanian Society.
From the moment I first set foot on the amazing Khmer’s land, I had a strong feeling of warmth and the people welcomed me with friendliness and genuine smiles. I landed in Siem Reap International Airport after a short 1 hour flight from Bangkok.
The core of the nightlife scene is the area covering the the streets of Pham Ngu Lao, De Tham and Bui Vien – the tourist quarter in Saigon. In this area, you can find dozens of small and big bars and pubs, plenty of street food and many “other things”, all at relatively cheap prices.
I started with my very first visit to Asia in one of the craziest cities in the world, Ho Chi Minh City (aka Saigon), Vietnam, on January 1st after spending the New Year’s Eve in Doha Airport. It was early afternoon when I landed, but on my eastern european time it could still…
Mud is a delightful modern Mark Twain-ish coming of age epic story that everyone will connect with on some level. The central character, Mud (played by the amazing Matthew McConaughey), is a mysterious fugitive hiding out on an island in the Mississippi River where two boys, Ellis (Tye Sheridan) and…