With the top species of the ecological unit reaching the edge of extinction, an increasing number of tiger lovers are keen to travel across the world to witness the beast in reality. For years, people have believed in the ferocity of the animal but Tadoba National Park has sure to prove a new side of the species, as they grow to be one of the calmest animals. Continue reading
Infamous, but still magical, the little town of Kanchanaburi is full of intoxicating tastes, smells, sounds, images and emotions. In truth, calling it a ‘little town’ may not be accurate due to the number of people living there. In 2006 there lived over 31 000 inhabitants. Continue reading
Abel Tasman National Park
you will find on northwest of South Island of New Zealand.
In 1942 it got a status of national park. The name of the national park is coming from Dutch seafarer, explorer and traveller Abel Tasman who was the first European man who discovered New Zealand. Continue reading
John’s Castle (originally Janův hrad)
The castle is locally almost known as “Janohrad” and usually no one calls it by original and correct name Janův hrad. John’s Castle was built between 1801 – 1808 as an artificial ruins by Joseph Hardtmuth’s project, yes the inventor of the pencil. By the way he projected also beautiful and romantic tower Minaret in Lednice but it is a tip for the next time. Continue reading
The power of spontaneous decisions
Until recently, I was an introverted, a little withdrawn and shy person. I’ve always had great plans for the future but never seemed to be able to put them in motion. I used to dream about distant lands and amazing adventures but I had a habit of putting these thoughts into “one day” folder. “ONE DAY I’ll do it”, I used to say.
I was just a dreamer who had never been able to actually do anything. Everything changed with one simple spontaneous thought, one sudden decision to grab a backpack and go to Thailand. Continue reading