Cambodia: The Kingdom of Wonder – 3 days in Siem Reap

Cambodia – 3 days in Siem Reap

Angkor Wat - Siem Reap Cambodia
Josadaik at Angkor Wat Temple

Spoiler: Siem Reap in Cambodia was my biggest surprise. It’s hard describe what I saw, lived and felt there. They carry an ancient history, this also includes sad episodes as genocides and wars. Dive once again with me.

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2 days and a half among Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai

You’ll find out tips about Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai at North Thailand, tips to book hotels, resorts, meals, bicycle rental, tour tickets, what to do and other things

White Temple - Thailand
White Temple – Chiang Rai (Thailand)

In all there are two or more perspectives. Tourism at Thailand isn’t different.  Only at 2017 the country received more than 35 million international tourists. This post definetly won’t be a definitive guide about Thailand or Southeast Asia, I’m just sharing my eye about a short trip. I’m publishing a serie of 3 posts, this second one gonna be about North of Thailand, 2 days and a half among Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai as suggest by the title.

18 november, Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) – Arriving at Thailand

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Offering to Monks at Chiang Mai – North Thailand

Offering to Monks at Chiang Mai – North Thailand
Buddhist Monks Chiang Mai – North Thailand

Since the beginning of Buddhist monks are/were forbidden to grow their own food, store their own provisions or cook their own meals. Instead monks wake up early every morning to receive offerings around the city.  You are supposed Continue reading “Offering to Monks at Chiang Mai – North Thailand”

Southeast Asia (Thailand, Cambodia and Malaysia)

A Meca for backpackers, Southeast Asia is an impressive destination. It doesn’t matter if you enjoy parties, temples, local foods, nature, culture, history, diving, Asia also can be your place. You can find everything you want, and even better find yourself.

Angkor Wat - Siem Reap Cambodia
Josadaik at Angkor Wat

You can easily spend 6 months travelling for Southeast Asia or much more. Unfortunately we had to reduce our travel itinerary for just a few weeks among Thailand, Cambodia and Malaysia.

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Expedition State Park of Jalapão :: Tocantins – Brazil

Jalapão Tocantins - Brazil
Jalapão Tocantins – Brazil

Looking further than the obvious travel destinations, I decided to explore the State Park of Jalapão. Located at Brazilian State Tocantins, the place was scenery of American Reality Show Survivor Tocantins at 2008 – CBS. In this post you going to find out more about this exotic place.  Continue reading “Expedition State Park of Jalapão :: Tocantins – Brazil”

Get your panic out of the closed – Panic Disorder

Panic Attack
The Scream – Edvard Munch 1893

Dear readers,

It’s hard to talk about panic disorder even using my mother tongue (portuguese), anyway I’m here to tell you more about. I hardly ever have patience to have a conversation with who never felt this. I also never wrote about a so particular problem before.

People usually don’t understand your concerns and are supposed to judge you as crazy, lying of just being scenic. I also must to confess once I was otherside. I didn’t believe something like that should happen with me one day.

Unfortunately It isn’t hard to talk only due prejudgment, It is hard because is confused to explain the sensation. You feel short of Continue reading “Get your panic out of the closed – Panic Disorder”

Buenos Aires, Argentina – An European Latin American City

La Boca
Caminito – Buenos Aires

Known for architecture and european style, Buenos Aires is one of the most important south american tourist destinations. Last weekend I could to know a little bit more about this superb city. It was just 2 days and 3 nights but it was enough for so many experiences, most surprises than I was expecting (positives and negatives, unfortunately).

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