Imagine a day with perfect weather – you wake up and see the blue sky, the sun is shining. You eat breakfast right by the beach, you eat sweet and juicy mango. Imagine you pack some things for a few hour long trip, even your kids cooperate – the older one doesn’t argue with you,


This is the question you’ve asked us a hundred times! Which island should you choose? Which one is the best if you’re travelling with a child? Which one is the most beautiful? And which one is perfect if you’re in Bangkok and have only a few days to manage? Which one is good in November


You already know that we love everything Asian… There’s not a week that goes by without Vietnamese soups or sandwiches, without Thai noodles or Chinese dishes. We could eat them forever and we would never get bored… Almost 🙂 Łukasz definitely loves what’s Vietnamese more, I am a worshipper of everything Thai. Yes, yes, when


Ko Lipe. The last destination on our trip, but not the last post from Thailand. The island we didn’t plan on visiting at first, but where we stayed for longer, being lazy and gaining strength to go back to Warsaw and to work. The first time we heard about Ko Lipe was on our first


Friday the 13th. We’ve been roaming around Thai islands and islets for almost two weeks. After a short start-up boot in Bangkok, which was necessary to feel Thailand, set a time on our clocks, get used to new time zone and soak in the scent of a huge city, we were on your way. Ko


We’ve been planning to go to Ko Ngai since our first moments on Ko Lanta, when it still wasn’t raining and the future looked colorful, almost cyan. My friend would always recommend it to me, our colleague that we met on Long Beach wanted to go there. We were dreaming of Ko Ngai when we


You’re always asking us about Thai islands and beaches, which is why I thought it would be best if we kept you posted on what’s cool and what’s not that cool 🙂 Ko Pha Ngan was our first destination after we got used to a different time zone in Bangkok, enjoyed the colors and scents


Thailand. One of our favorite destinations, although we usually prefer places less obvious, less popular, less visited… But there’s something enduringly tempting and magnetising about Thailand, something addictive. The food, the views, the people… The climate that makes you want to come back after your first visit. It’s not the first time I’m writing about


In some places in the world, you easily find your place and feel great. In some it’s not that easy. You remember about those you like because of all sorts of things: their smell, flavour, sounds etc. A few years ago, me and my friend imbibed the smell of Spain when we arrived in Barcelona.


Since our first visit to Bangkok, Chinatown has remained out favourite spot in Thailand’s capital. When we’re here, we just can’t get enough of the flavours, fragrances and images since Chinatown is a real culinary paradise!. In our pictures, you can find local street food – juicy pomegranates, young coconuts from which we voraciously drink