Travel

No Place Like Home

We have been living the “Expat Life” for a long time now. And with this we have become accustomed to the occasional arrival of the moving trucks. Here we go again, our life packed into boxes, stacked up into a shipping container and off we go to yet another destination to start all over again. …

Hallstadt

Most people have heard of Hallstatt. Some even before they heard about Austria. Hallstadt is a village on Lake Hallstatt’s western shore in Austria’s mountainous Salzkammergut region. Its 16th-century Alpine houses and alleyways are home to cafes and shops. A funicular railway connects to Salzwelten, an ancient salt mine with a subterranean salt lake, and …

Corregidor Island

‘Since we are still new to Manila and the Philippines, we make it a point to spend our weekends, exploring new places and to get to know Manila and it’s history as best we can. There is quite a lot to discover and only once we are somewhat through, we plan to venture outside the …

Lava Caves, Kanchanaburi

The River Kwai, infamous for the war stories and imortalized by the movie, yet one of the most beautiful natural environments we have encountered in Thailand. Pristine waters, traditional Mon (tribal) villages along it’s northern banks, the Lava Caves, featuring their centuries old Stalagmite and Stalagtite formations are but a few of natures stunning creations …

Hellfire Pass

Hello New Year!!! Everyone is just about to shake that holiday spirit and head back to work. But not the two of us, nope! We are just getting started on our long weekend out of town. This time we headed back up North West of Bangkok to Sai Yok National Park in Kanchanaburi. Here we …