Decision to go to Chiang Dao, wasn’t spontaneous – my friends, who had been there previously, said it was a great place to visit. I was heading in that direction anyway, so was glad to stop on the way.
I arrived at Hong Kong at 9am. The passport control was very easy. I just filled in the arrival card, and received a permission to stay for six month. HK Is a special administrative region of PRC, therefore a lot of foreigners do not need a visa to enter. They still do, though, if they decide to go to the mainland China.
Day 1-2, October 22-23.
Im pleased to announce that my big 6 month Asian journey has began!!! I am planning on starting a diary with regular entries on my adventures. I hope it could be helpful to lots of people – for those, who were afraid to do it solo, for those, who wonder what it costs, for those, who need inspiration, or are simply looking for information about their next holiday. I am planning on giving copious details along the way.
On our last day on Mallorca we woke up at 8. We wanted to sleep more, of course, as we are not early birds by nature, but on Sundays the bus timetable was totally different, than on any other day.
Who doesn’t dream of going to Bali? Its reputation precedes it, be it chilling in the poshest world class hotels in the middle of the jungle, immersing in the rich cultural heritage, enjoying breathtaking nature or parting in Kuta, until the heart stops. And the last, but not the least – eyeing those sexy, muscular surfers from all over the world. Bali has it all…