Out of Samui, Phangan and Koh Tao, this last island is that one that offered Tiny Book a closer taste of paradise. Superb beaches, mild weather, permanent wi-fi connection and a true thai atmosphere.
CHATUCHAK WEEKEND MARKET. If you’ve got to know me through different posts, you already know I die for markets. No, I mean, really. I do. I could kill for them!
HAPPY AYUTTHAYA, WHEN DREAMS BEGIN TO COME TRUE: Still jet lagged, we got up early for a self-made tour of Ayutthaya. A tuk tuk took us to Hua Lamphong. We had fruit for breakfast and got our first class train ride. It came with coffee, pastries, hostesses, and AC. After an hour, Ayutthaya was there.
Victim of heavy jetlag, seeing Bangkok in the Daylight implies great expectations. Khao San road, Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Pho. Unbearable heat, boat rides and missing Wat Arun. The beauty of the Grand Palace and… what about a thai massage?
Why is it that I love packing cubes but hate to pack? Why do I procrastinate packing till minutes before boarding? Then I end up tired, in a race against time and always forgetting something vital. I have a packing block and I hate it.
Prague, I needed a few minutes under the rain to fall in love with it. Mysterious as a lady, dangerous as a Medieval witch. Magic in Prague is all over, in the air, on the streets, in the nights.
Elafonisi, one of the best beaches in the Mediterranean, a road trip to get there can be hell when suffering from vertigo. But it is worth it. Clear waters, pink sand and wild daffodils by the sea.
Located between the most important cities, Heraklio and Chania, Rethymno has one of the best preserved old districts on the island. Buildings dating back to the 16th century give an aristocratic atmosphere to the area.
Ierapetra, southernmost town of Europe on the Libyan sea. In front of it lies the desert Chrissi Island, paradise comes true. Shallow clear waters and white sand. Other beaches to visit: Makrigialos, Dragon’s Cave, all with an outstanding turquoise sea.