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Happy Nomad’s Guide for Hitchhiking in Thailand

I hitchhiked in Thailand in 2014 and 2015 personally. Meanwhile I have countless hitchhiker friends who hitchhiked in Thailand. As a responsible nomad who wants to spread the good energy and the spirit of ‘travelers help travelers’, I am writing this guide in my University Library in the Netherlands right now to help those wonderful souls seeking adventure in this beautiful land. 1,714 more words

Adventure

Ulaan Bataar

Mongolia is a country of around 3 million people (half of whom live in the capital), 12 million horses and 45 million goats all sandwiched between Russia and China. 737 more words

Travel

First day Covers -Bhutan 1968- Tashichho Dzong

First day Covers -Bhutan 1968- Tashichho Dzong

Tashichho Dzong is a Buddhist monastery and fortress on the northern edge of the City of Thimpu in Bhutan on the western banks of Wang Chu river. 61 more words

First Day Covers

Bhutan

I recently read that Bhutan is one of the least visited countries in the world, wow, what a privilege for me, it’s actually the most peaceful country I have ever been to.

A Trip with Amigos (Part – 1)

After much efforts and so much planning I was finally able to plan a trip with two of my best friends. The 6-day long trip started with home food. 734 more words

Abbey Falls

Losar Celebration

Not to be confused with loser, Losar is a celebration of the Tibetan New Year. I had no idea what this was but was very fortunate to find myself at a Buddhist Monastery in Nepal for this occasion. 627 more words

A Month Among Monks

Learning About Buddhism - Pujas Galore!

My time in a Buddhist Monastery taught me a lot.  I learned about the very real struggle of Tibetans and the evils committed by the Chinese government.   574 more words

A Month Among Monks