A thought about travelling

One day a short while ago I caught myself thinking about travelling. What came out was something that vaguely resembles a poem (but would never really classify as one, of course). No idea why I wrote it, it just sort of happened.

It’s been a while

It’s been a while since I last wrote here. Not that I didn’t want to. I just didn’t take time for it. The last year has passed by like a blink of an eye. I have kept myself busy building a new internet bank for DNB and a new home for myself.

Kuuba tahumatu ilu

Oktoobris ilmunud GO reisiajakirjas meenutan enda jaoks üllatavamaid seiku Kuubalt, mis panevad mind selles sombuses sügises taas päikesest unistama.

Morocco unveiled

A couple of weeks ago I returned from the journey to the Central and Southern part of Morocco. I discovered the Arabic kingdom of North Africa from the mountains to the desert, to the coast.

Morocco, full of the unexpected

Morocco was the first African country that I set my foot on. I had been looking forward to it for a while and now that it became a reality I was rather surprised to find out that it is actually more of an Arabic country than the Africa of one’s imagination.

Liiv, tuul ja tassike münditeed

Äsja poelettidele jõudnud Estraveller avaldas minu loo Marokost (lk 50-54), mille kesk- ja lõunaosale ma märtsis-aprillis paari nädalaga tiiru peale tegin. Lähipäevil panen üles ka Maroko reisilt kogunenud fotod.  

Palawan, a positive surprise

With the arrival of the darkest winter months, I felt the growing urge to have a short laid-back do-nothing holiday.

Fotolugu GO reisiajakirjas

Detsembri GO reisiajakiri avaldas ühe minu artikli Kagu-Aasia mägiküladest koos hulga fotodega, mis võttis kokku mu paari aasta taguse reisi Tai, Myanmari, Laose ja Vietnami põhjapoolsetele aladele.

The colours and patterns in Vietnam

Following my previous post about a long forgotten trip to Laos, below are the photos from the few weeks I spent in Vietnam in 2010. I started out from the hot and humid South, amazed at the variety of food and the number of motorcycles that could fit in Ho Chi Minh City. I continued […]

There’s something about Laos

Approximately 2 and a half years ago I spent a few weeks in Laos trekking in the villages of the Northern part of the country, then flying from the sleepy Vientiane to the sizzling hot Ho Chi Minh City and continuing my way up to the Sa Pa area in Vietnam. Somehow I never came […]