Posted on July 20, 2016
It was my childhood dream to visit the third-largest island in the world called Borneo. The reason was that I’ve heard a lot about wild life and beautiful nature there. It also gave me the impression that the island was not that crowded with tourists and backpackers as the other parts of South East Asia.
Because I live in Bali, Indonesia I wanted to experience a different country, so I decided to travel to the Malaysian part of Borneo. I found out very quickly that Borneo is so huge that it was impossible to see it in 10 days. I decided to visit only one province and discover it in more details. Based on a consultation with my travel buddies I choose province called Sabah. I would like to share my experience and tips for food, accommodation and activities. Enjoy! Read More
What’s up? Where are you?
I’m still in Canggu, Bali where I have been also three months ago when I published My first three months in Bali (Photostory).
This part of text and photo is content dedicated to the period of second 3 months in Bali.
Time runs so fast. I can’t believe that it’s been already six months since I arrived to Bali. It feels like 2 weeks ago, although many positive, challenging and also sad situations happened to me.
That’s life. Life comes with it’s ups and downs and it doesn’t matter whether I am in Bali, Bratislava, Berlin or in Mexico. Read More
Travelling alone has now become a trend for many soul-searching travellers worldwide, and Bali appears to be one of the most popular destinations for those planning to embark on a vacation without any travel buddies around. The movie ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ further strengthen this idea. But, unlike Julia Roberts, who was travelling to forget her unsuccessful relationship, many tourists are now going on this one-of-a-kind journey in their lives to reflect and mostly to unwind. In fact, more than 80% of travellers prefer independent solo travel, where over 70% said they fancy international travel than to tour locally. Read More