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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


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


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


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