Bagan & Chin State
Myanmar

Bagan & Chin State

One of the most impressive locations of Myanmar is in Bagan with its more than 2.000 Buddhist temples dating mainly from the 11th to 13th centuries. Some of them are in bad conditions and the interior frescos are ruined by time and careless but that’s contribute to the charm of the all site; you have … Continue reading

Hong Kong
Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Hong Kong!!! After a week in Yangshou, waiting for the Cadu’s working Visa to be sent by mail, we finally left China! We took a night bus to Shenzhen. And for our surprise we slept on the floor. We explain: in the night buses in China the passengers actually lay down as if they were … Continue reading

Mongolia
Mongolia

Mongolia

We are back in Ulaan Bataar after a 15 days tour in center and south Mongolia. Sometimes when we travel time does not matter, sunrise and sunset rhythm our days and we feel the nature as a real presence. We have to thanks Mathilde and Gael who gave us the idea to take the tent … Continue reading

Moscow 2/2!
Russia

Moscow 2/2!

With its 11 million inhabitants, Moscow is the 5th largest city proper and one of the 15 biggest metropolitan area in the world. Among all the big cities we have been, here is where the adjective huge fits the best. Everything is over-dimensioned to affirm the power first of the Russian Empire and then the … Continue reading

Moscow 1/2
Russia

Moscow 1/2

Our train from Veliky Novgorod arrived at 5am in the Leningradsky Vokzal (Vokzal is station in Russian). We decided to take our time before waking up our hosts and discover a very nice flat in a pleasant neighborhood located south of Kremlin. Cadu had already been in Moscow in 2008 but he accepted with the … Continue reading

Veliky Novgorod
Russia

Veliky Novgorod

Veliky Novgorod is located 200km south from St. Petersburg, two hours by train; for us it was the ideal place to have a rest after visiting mainly big cities so far. We decided to spend one night there and we did well! A real Russian grandmother (babushka) was waiting for us on a rainy Sunday; … Continue reading

Saint Petersburg
Russia

Saint Petersburg

Finally in Russia! Fede could not wait anymore to “meet” this huge continent (Cadu has already been to Moscow in 2008). To arrive in Russia was one of the goals of our trip and get out of the train and see Saint Petersburg Railway Station was a strong emotion! Latin alphabet let the place to … Continue reading

Tallinn!
Estonia

Tallinn!

We prefer travelling by train but the railway connection between Riga and Tallinn is long and we have to change trains in the border; a faster (and cheaper) way of transportation between these two cities is the bus so… let’s go to the bus station. After the 22 hours from Krakow to Riga, 4 hours … Continue reading