In the ancestral village of Ratenggaro, East Sumba, everything is ready for the Pasola. A fierce horse festival. One of the last megalithic cultures.
Cap Go Meh (Chap Go Mei, Chap Go Meh) is the name the traditional Chinese Lantern Festival takes in Indonesia. Here in Singkawang, West Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia, it takes a peculiar form.
Bicycle touring in Korea seem to have come to and end. There's no choice left to us than to take a bus to Busan. Busan is the second biggest city in South Korea, populated by 3.5 million people. It has a much warmer climate than Seoul, and some great beaches inside the city itself, making it thus very attractive for many expats that decide to settle here.
Ferry from South Korea (Busan) to Japan (Fukuoka), and first impact with Kyushu: Vintage monsters, thriller robots and Shinto camping
By ship from Busan to Fukuoka, leaving South Korea and entering the magic of Japan. Dancing robots, rare action figures and wild camping in Shinto shrines
Bicycle touring South Korea towards Busan. The best beaches in Yeosu, Suncheon bay wetland for free, and the fishing villages of Namhae do. Another Korea
4 best off-the-beaten-path islands in southern South Korea (Doegudo, Geumildo, Saengildo, Soryangdo)
4 great unknown islands off the southern coast of Korea. Great beaches, and authentic fishermen lifestile, seaweed farming and floating houses.
Bicycle touring the southernmost part of Korea. Hopping island conncted by bridges. Exploring Ttangkkeut and Songho beach, one of the best beaches in Korea
Our island, at the end of the world – (or “Random ferry in South Korea: getting lost from the west coast”)
During our two months bicycle trip in Korea we visited about 20 islands, none of them famous. Sangnagwol-ri/Hanakwol-ri are the ones who amazed us most
The hidden South Korea's west coast. Bicycle touring Byeonsan peninsula: Naesosa Temple, Hanok village, Gyeokpo, Shamans, cemetery camping and ballwashing