One of the many things I like about travel is that it takes you out of your comfort zone. After a year traveling alone I traveled again with someone else, and in a way I had never done before: a motorbike road trip. This is the first part in which we visited Phrao and Chiang Dao, two lesser known villages with stunning scenery located north of Chiang Mai.
San Pedro de Atacama left me speechless. While the village has nothing special, the surrounding landscapes are unreal, breathtaking, mind blowing. Mountains and volcanoes, lakes and salt flats, geysers and thermal water, red stones and white valleys compose a region which seems taken from another planet.
I’m on the road again! This time, in northern Thailand, where I spent a few days in a Lahu village (a hill tribe village) near Chiang Mai. Try to imagine it: stilt houses made of wood and bamboo, beautiful lush green mountains, chickens and pigs around the streets, an interesting culture and friendly people. How is it to live there?
One of the main attractions of Buenos Aires is Caminito in La Boca. I wanted to explore it beyond the touristic side so I talked to locals and walked back to the city center. Talking to the local women gave me an insight on how it had been living there in the past, and walking back allowed me to discover the other side of La Boca.
In my last post I told you about the 10 best experiences of my round the world solo trip, but in life there are good and bad moments and traveling is no exception. I didn’t suffer any major mishap, but I did have some bad moments. Nothing too serious and today I laugh about them. Ready to laugh with me?