Hoa Lư, a small place near Ninh Bình city, is the ancient capital of Vietnam. We walked around the free part and took a break at the burning rice fields next to the temple.
A mill on the island Froskepôle in Leeuwarden.
The Acropolis of Athens, built on the city’s highest point, is visible from many viewpoints around the city. You can choose to pay € 20 to see the old ruins up close, but we decided to explore the viewpoints instead.
“I’d rather live in a cave with a view of a palace than live in a palace with a view of a cave.” (Karl Pilkington)
Tina at a lifeguard tower at Prespa lake. The beach was absolutely abandoned, so nobody to rescue.
An old, one-eyed cat relaxing by the waterside (Perast, Montenegro).
We visited the beautiful waterfalls of Kravica to cool down during the hot Herzegovian summer.
Ending our day with a stunning sunset in Starigrad (Croatia).
Prague’s abandoned train station in Žižkov, partially overgrown and buildings sound like they are about to fall down when the wind picks up. A nice, quiet area to walk around for a while on a sunny day.
Charles’ Bridge and Prague Castle in a December sunset.
Barrandovské terasy, an abondoned restaurant on a hill with a great view of Prague. Unfortunately, the building itself is not accessible.
Prague sunset from Riegrovy Sady
In short walking distance from the touristic center of Prague, the steep Petřín hill is located. On one of this summer’s last warm days, we climbed up and found the top to be full of flowers in full bloom.
View from Skalka, a park on a steep hill next to Kotlářka tram stop, a little walk from our home in Prague.
From catsitting to dogsitting. In the first week of June, we took care of Abby.
Squirrels are very common in Prague’s parks
We spent one week catsitting Muro in Prague, Holešovice area.
We spent one night in Šárka-Lysolaje park in Prague. It’s not too far from the center but it’s still very quiet and we found the perfect spot to set up the tent.
Tina at the Berlin waterside near the Eastside Gallery
We arrived in Leeuwarden at an unusually sunny spring day in early March.
Angkor Wat temple in Siem Reap, Cambodia
Us at Angkor Wat temple complex in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
National Museum next to Royal Palace, Phnom Penh. The small park next to it (Preah Ang Eng) offers a good view for sunset.
Tina at the beach during sunset on Siquijor island (the Philippines). Our hostel was located right on this beach.
Overlooking the Chocolate Hills in Bohol, the Philippines.
The Chocolate Hills are a range of small humps in the landscape. In this time of year, it looks nice but in the dry season they should turn brown, making it look like a land full of giant bonbons (hence the name). We saw them from a viewpoint in the town of Carmen (Bohol island).
We took a ferry from Manila to Cebu as it was cheaper than a plane and it seemed to be more comfortable. The boat ride took over 27 hours after a 5-hour wait in the terminal.
Hindu offering at Soka Beach, Bali
We had to endure a lot of rain during the wet season. It starts pouring down very sudden, turning streets into rivers.
Ubud’s Monkey Forest – This monkey stole a tourist’s water bottle but found a clump of ice instead of water. It carefully started licking this unknown substance.
Praising Indonesia’s nature in Ubud
The Christmas market in Mannheim
The Old Bridge is one of the main tourist attractions in Heidelberg.
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