Backpacking With a Toddler. Story of Sandra, Valdas and Hugo

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Backpacking with a kid - Southeast Asia

Do you know anyone backpacking with a toddler?  We have friends, who have been going on regular long term backpacking trips with their daughter since she was 12 years old.  And last year in Thailand we met a Latvian family who had moved to Thailand for a year, to experience living in a completely different for them country and to travel … Read More

Escaping the Cold and Heading to Asia… Again!

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Palm tree and flowers in Obidos, Portugal

As some of you might know, since mid August we are in Portugal. But soon our rather lengthy visit to Portugal will come to an end. Because on 8th of November we will start moving South. And eventually we will end up in Kuala Lumpur, capital of Malaysia, for, umm, the fifth time. Why Portugal? Why Malaysia? Why Asia? Why, why, why? … Read More

4 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Travel to India

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Fort in Delhi India

So far we have been to India twice, for more than half a year in total. And I’m pretty sure, that many of you, who are following our journey for some time already, think, that India is one of our favorite countries in the world. But that’s not quite true. India is interesting for us. Some day we will travel to India again. And … Read More

Read This Before Traveling to Moscow, Russia

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Policeman in Moscow, Russia

I wanted to visit Moscow, capital of Russia, since I was a child. Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Kremlin and Red Square were imprinted on my mind since childhood, because of the Russian TV programs my family watched then. At that time I thought that these are the most beautiful buildings. As travel was not possible for me then, a small child from a … Read More

Top 5 Things to Do in Putrajaya, Malaysia

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Putrajaya, Malaysia

Putrajaya is a planned city 25 kilometers South of Kuala Lumpur, capital city of Malaysia. Construction of the city started in the 90s, after the idea to have a new federal administrative center to replace Kuala Lumpur as the administrative capital. Construction of Putrajaya was one the biggest projects of Southeast Asia and the largest in Malaysia. Now Putrajaya takes … Read More

Singapore: The Ultimate Guide

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Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

Singapore is an island country located at the tip of Peninsular Malaysia. Singapore consists of 63 islands, and the main one is called Pulau Ujong. For a couple of years in the 60’s Singapore was a part of Malaysia, but in 1965 it gained its independence. It is one of the most densely populated countries in the world. You might … Read More

Read This Before Traveling to Goa, India

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Butterfly beach in Goa, India - traveling to Goa

Summer in Europe is over and you are already thinking about going to somewhere warm? Maybe this time it could be Goa, smallest state of India know because of its amazing beaches and parties? Especially because once the summer in Europe is over starts the best time for traveling to Goa. Starting from October and until March it’s mostly sunny there, temperatures never … Read More