“Ooooh, yes, Trincomalee, you have to go to Nilaveli, very beautiful.” This was probably the most common response we got, when we told locals, we are planning to go to the east coast. As the monsoon season was in full swing on the south-west (but to our surprise the weather was very good), we decided … More Sri Lankan east coast
Sri Lanka is a super diverse country. They have good hiking opportunities, gorgeous beaches, amazing wildlife and incredibly tasty food. Our friends, who lived on Sri Lanka for a couple of months were raving about surfing there. We were determined to learn as well. Actually, to be totally honest with you, we tried surfing before … More Learning to surf in Sri Lanka
Lombok, the rising star of Indonesian tourism has so much to offer, one could stay a month and see and experience something new every day. Our stay was quite short, but therefore intense and we can’t wait to be back. Here are some suggestions, what you can see and do on this beautiful island. 1. … More Top 10 must see and do things on Lombok
As I promised yesterday in “A beginner’s guide to Lombok“, Jure finished the vlog from Lombok. Now you can see Lombok from another perspective, we’ll show you our favorite beach, we’ll take you on a road trip all the way to the north of the island aaaand a visit to the drone doctor (remeber, we … More VLOG: Lombok – the new Bali?
In this Vlog we compare the eastern beaches of Sri Lanka with the southern. We’ll show you Marble beach and Nilaveli, which you can visit from Trincomalee and Arugam bay, where Jure had a surf accident. We hope you’ll enjoy the vlog, the blog with more travel info to these two destinations will be online … More Vlog #6 from Sri Lanka: Eastern beaches
In today’s vlog we explored the southern beaches from Galle to Tangalle, stopping in Unawatuna, Habaraduwa, Mirissa, Weligama and Hiriketiya beach. Which beaches would you visit? And if you already travelled Sri Lanka – which beaches did you like the most? Our answers are in the vlog 😉 Enjoy 😉
Huanchaco wasn’t in any of our plans, but after bumping into Slovenians in Machu Picchu we hoped to meet them again (for a beer or two 🙂 ). Meeting in Lima wasn’t possible so we decided to modify our plan. And it was a good decision. Together we went to Chan Chan. This is an … More Huanchaco – the birthplace of surfing