» When the skies are yellow «

The North of Thailand is famous for its spectacular scenery, tribal villages and unforgettable hiking tours on mountain tops. Nevertheless…


Sunrise at Katiliya Mountain Resort and Spa – because of the weather, we were the only ones in the resort

» The burning season «

If you decide to travel to northern Thailand in March, you may have a somewhat different experience than what you signed up for. Let me put it like this: looking out your airplane window you may think it’s cloudy. After landing you may think it’s foggy. But it’s only when you exit the airport and expect a breath of fresh air, you grasp the nature of the haze…

» Bye bye old rice «

Welcome to the “Burning season” of Thailand, when farmers burn the old rice straws in order to have room for planting this year’s crop once the rainy season starts. After getting used to the smoky smell and thick air, the city delights you with its calmness; there are no tourists whatsoever, and a surreal feeling that you are suddenly on another planet crawls into your head.


Our friend, the grasshopper


Paddy fields


Wat Rong Khun, the white temple – a must-see

Wat Rong Khun, the white temple – a must-see


Wat Rong Khun – the white temple


Wat Rong Khun – the white temple


Motorcycle (and many other things) repair


Traditional coffee


Wat Rong Khun – the white temple


Bangkok airways – Fly boutique, feel unique.

Finally, the short video:

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