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Tonle Sap - the lake village

Tonle Sap – the lake village

Tonle Sap is the largest freshwater lake in South-East Asia. As it sustains a lot of wildlife and small communities it’s a great place to visit once you get “templed out”. After the amazing temples of Angkor a change feels good. I visited the submerged forest and one of the …

blue tuk-tuk taxi stopped in front of a temple in Chiang Mai

northern Thailand – Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is small town in northern Thailand, famous for the many activities one can do. From elephant riding, trekking, rafting, visiting …

young Buddhist monks on a hot day in Luang Prabang

leaving Laos

This is the last photo gallery from Laos – images from Luang Prabang street life, temples and life on the river. The …

Buddha statues in a temple in Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang in images

Here are a few more pictures from Luang Prabang. These photos were mostly taken at the different temples in Luang Prabang. For …

giving alms to Buddhist monks, early morning in Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang – Laos

For some Laos is the “real” Asia. Of course, every country is very real. From the BTS in Bangkok to the hill …

Hanoi

Following the last post – and as a sign of my re-found travel itch – here are some photos took last year …

Bangkok

Bangkok is a very interesting city for a tourist. It is the gateway to Asia, so sooner or later everyone arrives here. …

S.21

This is not going to be a cheerful post. S21 – for those who do not know – is the codename for …

a taste of things to come

Although in the last posts there were not many photos, that does not mean I took no photos. Not at all…

waiting in Phnom Penh

Random thoughts and pleasant memories. Written while waiting in Phnom Penh airport – have to put free WiFi to good use, right? …