Love it when those last minute opportunities to travel arise.
I had to be in Costa Rica for work and as I’d better be awake and sharp, I planned to go early to handle the jetlag. Eventually, I went more than one week early…
How could I not try to create equally awesome memories for my own kids? Enter the yearly tradition to go to the Belgian seaside.
This year it was the second relaunch of the yearly tradition to have a bit of holiday at the Belgian seaside. Let’s see if we will do it again next year… In any case it brought back wonderful childhood memories…
It could have been anywhere in Europe, but it ended up to be in Malaga, Spain for several practical and logical reasons. Whatever they were, not a bad place to be for business.
Didn’t really felt like taking this business trip. It was going to be tiring during the day and boring in the evenings. Luckily it turned out quite enjoyable…
I can’t get enough of the temples here around Angkor. No, they don’t start to look like one another. Especially, when someone – ie Sarak our driver-guide-photographer-friend – handpicked them in the right order and on the right time to marvel at.
Definitely one of the highlights of our trip, exploring Kulen Mountain by motor cycle.
After the more off the beaten paths, we are getting mentally ready for a temple and tourist overload in the coming days.
We are leaving the jungle and elephants of Sen Monorom behind and make our way to our next stop in our trip: Stung Treng at the Mekong up North.
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