As Debauvoir once so astutely observed, there is something in the New York air that makes sleep useless. This North American metropolis caters to almost all tastes and must be seen to be believed. From the emanating lights of Time Square to the towering representation of America’s liberty, NYC has a magic all its own. […]
Location of Koh LantaMy exploration of Thailand took me from Koh Phangan island on the East coast to Koh Lanta island on the west coast.Koh Lanta (sometimes spelled as Ko Lanta without h, too) is basically 52 islands, with just two bigger main islands. The one on the North is Koh Lanta Noi where the […]
Obviously, one of the main things to do on Koh Phangan is to get drunk at one of the parties, such as famous Full Moon party on Haad Rin sunset beach, Half Moon party in Baan Tai jungle or Black Moon Culture on Baan Tai beach. Or at least this is what everyone does, basically. […]
Koh Phangan (spelled as Ko Phangan or Ko Pha Ngan, too) is a breath-taking island in the Gulf of Thailand with 168 square kilometres. It offers to its visitors a lot of different beaches, depends on what you are looking for. Anyone can choose what fits you the most. Koh Phangan is just a place […]
If you come to Ixtapa and need a hotel, the best choice for you is Hotel Villas Paraíso opened in 1994. It is a hotel that can be characterized by many contrasts, both rich and middle class people visit, not only Mexican, but mostly Canadians and the U.S. citizens can be seen here from the […]
Location and Geography The United Mexican States (Estados Unidos Mexicanos in Spanish), commonly known just as Mexico, consist of 31 states and DF (Federal District with the capital.) Mexico is located between the longitudes 86° and 119° W and latitudes 14° and 33°N in the Southern part of North America. Together with the United States […]
Even those who do not know anything about Mexico, they have heard of the fact that Cancun, together with Acapulco and Los Cabos are the most famous holiday destinations in Mexico. All three of them are lovely even though in a very different way. Anyway, I spent 3 days in Cancun and while there are […]
As I write this, I am sitting on the floor at the Mexico City airport on the 6th June 2011. Like I said in an earlier post, I love meeting new people. Right now I am just thinking about all the amazing people I met in Mexico. Eating chocolate turtles I am thinking about my […]
It was Sunday afternoon, the 22nd of May 2011. It was one of those ”bad” days when I was angry and sad and disappointed at the same time. It seemed like the end of the world when I was robbed in Mexico. I still cannot believe it happened to me. I spent 2 and a […]
After 2 amazing days in the Island of Holbox where you can walk it through bare-foot in an hour, I went to the absolutely opposite place – Cancún. For the last years, together with Acapulco, Cancún has been the most famous beach destination in Mexico. Many people come here for honeymoon, spring break, 2 week […]
Chiapas has a lot to offer. It is not very known outside Mexico, but out of 31 Mexican states, it is the state with the most trees, lakes, rivers and green colour is everywhere around you even during the dry season. As it reminds me a little bit of my home country Slovakia, I had […]
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