It took about four hours on the bumpy roads to get to Rạch Giá, in a bus filled to the brim with people.A van took us from the central station towards the hotel by the shore, passing bridges and rivers with houses built right on the water. After a bit of a walk, we got to […]
We got up early and had coffee at the lobby with Miss Vy, and then went to the travel agency where we booked the bus ticket the previous day.The same clerk was there and she rode with us on a van that went to the bus station, and then showed us where to go and […]
Before nine we were on the bikes again, back on the roads.The sun was beaming and strange tan marks began to form on my thighs.We stopped here and there at monuments for the war fatalities, and on a narrow road inside a jungle. Quan showed us a small rough fruit you can eat its soft inside and said […]
I’m not heartbroken by people, but by cities. I’m sorry but I have to go. Gracias para todo, La Ciudad de Mexico, it was magic.
We got up at seven-thirty, got dressed and went downstairs for a hot coffee and bread with butter at the lobby.I looked at the town, that on daytime seemed different – a main road, a square, small houses. Next to us sat the blonde who traveled alone and had coffee with her guide, and I […]
If the strong tasty coffee we had at the hotel didn’t wake me up, the motorcycle’s growls on the rugged road and the wind on my face sure did.After about thirty minutes of driving out of town, we stopped at a rose farm, where we got off the bikes and Nip told us about his […]
I walked alone and listened to music, and tried to find the Crazy House – a place I saw marked on the map they gave us at the hotel but didn’t really know what it was.I found the place after looking for it for a long time in a maze of small streets and alleys.At […]