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Hohenwerfen fortress

We arrived to Hohenwerfen Fortress in a cloudy afternoon. Was very impressive at first glance when we descent from Eisenreisenwelt ice-cave on the opposite side of the Salzachtal valley. There were many viewpoints, which provided excellent opportunity […]

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Peruvian hairless dog

Peruvian hairless dog is an ancient breed, known to have been kept during the Inca Empire, but they were also kept as pets in pre-Inca cultures. We met first time unexpectedly while we rest at a fuel […]

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Eisriesenwelt-World of the Ice Giants

The Eisriesenwelt (“World of the Ice Giants”)  is a natural limestone ice cave close to Werfen, Austria, about 40 km south of Salzburg. The cave is inside the Hochkogel mountain of the Alps. It is the largest ice cave […]

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Captured moment

Spying on others is not a nice deed. Yet, I am still happy that I took this picture at that very moment. We began our trip after midnight to the top of Gebel Musa (Mount […]

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The BOH tea plantation

We arrived to Cameron-highland, “the vegetable garden” of Malaysia on a cloudy afternoon. The valley is the deterrent example of human intervention, full the entire area, from a valley winding road up to the hillside […]

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Arriving to Kuala Lumpur

After travelling 7,000 kilometres from Doha, flying through five time zones, now we’re landing at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. There is a huge crowd at the passport control. Everyone is patient, but some people flip […]

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Chauchilla – On the land of mummies

We left Nazca and continued our journey on the Pan-American Highway. 30 minutes later we left the highway and took a few kilometres on a dirt road to reach the prehispanic Chauchilla Cemetery, famous for […]

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Dilwara Jain temples

It’s not only the nice climate and hiking that made us come to Mount Abu, but also the five temples of Dilwara. These significant buildings of the Jain religion were built in the 11th-12th century. […]

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Apenheul – Monkey zoo

If you would like to experience physical contact with horde of monkeys, see them even closer then in a standard zoo, than this is a really good site for you! Especially if you have children […]

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Oil Palm

We enter the freeway near the Batu caves and leave behind Kuala Lumpur. The three lane road narrows into two lanes after a long time. It’s winding as the road from Komló that goes through […]

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Petronas Twin Towers

The Petronas Towers are the jewels in the crown of Kuala Lumpur, the national capital of Malaysia. The enormous constructions surpass the height of other skyscrapers in the city centre so we could recognize them […]

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Candelabra of The Andes

The Candelabra of the Andes is one of the most enigmatic, prehistoric giant ground drawing (geoglyph) on the northern face of the Paracas Peninsula. Could be reached from Pisco Bay on the Peruvian coast. The figure looks […]