This can happen just in Berlin: you run towards one abandoned place and then suddenly on your way you bump to another one, and then to another one and so on ad infinitum. As well this time when I was going to see an abandoned swimming pool, I suddenly saw this abandoned club. No one seemed to look that way more, so just for me it was a real treasure… Read More
From developed South Korea we will fly to completely undeveloped Mongolia, where people still go to toilet to steppa and eat meat that they grow by themselves. Here in this country we spent 10 days, and among all abandoned places there we would like to tell more about one that touched us. Read More
Hop-in, hop-off and after beautiful Malaysia I arrive for several days in South Korea. “Everything is so expensive!” I cry everyday. This extreme expensiveness of everything is as well the reason why there are almost no abandoned buildings in this country. But at least one amusement park we have found for you! Read More
It was midnight when we were returning to our hotel after the cinema. It was Seruan Setan, the Indonesian movie that we watched and didn’t get any joy from it. But then suddenly on our way back home we see another cinema…and we understand that here for sure we will enjoy to be.
Among all abandoned places there is one type that we love most of all – amusement parks! Here we can be ourselves – two small kids who enjoy every second of their lives. Our doze of amusement we found in the ex-capital of Myanmar – Yangon. Read More
Have you ever thought one day to be one with the Buddha? We’re not talking about getting any kind of lighting or Nirvana, rather about venturing into the bowels of his body. Read More
They only ate tapioca roots dipped in a bowl where they were minced and mixed with nuts, sugar and salt. This they eat every day until the point where they decided to open a restaurant near the iron triangle.
The end of one story and the beginning of another one. Read More
The cloak, the flag and even the monk’s robe … all inside the closet of wonders!
It was 5am when the bus dropped me out somewhere outside Hue, an ancient city in Vietnam. Read More