Per problemi tecnici le traduzioni sono andate a puttane.
Vi prego di non farmelo notare in quanto sono già abbastanza incazzato per conto mio.
Sto cercando di risolvere il problema ma non ho molte speranze.
Sappiate che scrivo meglio di così sia in inglese che in italiano.
After Siem Reap I moved to Phnom Penh. The city was pretty empty because an important Buddhist festival so most of the people moved back to the country side. It’s […]
This is the last post about Angkor Park. These are the photos I took visiting the other temples and riding around. These the other posts: Bayon temple, Ta Prohm, Angkor […]
Ta Prohm temple: This post is the third about Angkor park in Siem Reap. The other posts are here: Angkor Wat, Bayon temple, the park This temple is very suggestive, […]
As I said in the previous post about Angkor Wat, the park is huge and visit it takes at least three days by bicycle. We also obviously got rain, heavy […]
After Thailand, we had more time than expected but we couldn’t extend Linda’s visa so we decided to head to Cambodia. About the trip to Cambodia and crossing the border […]
This post is about the particular way to the development the Lao people are following. The country is poor by our standard. There is a general lack on many services, […]
* A map with all the places where I passed by. Click on the red points to read the related post. * Una mappa con tutti i posti […]
Da Khonglor a Pakse avevo due possibilità: rifare la strada che mi aveva portato a Khonglor e ri immettermi sulla superstrada S13, la principale strada da nord a sud. Oppure […]