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  • Up in the treetops at a ropes course – Seilpark Interlaken, Switzerland

    mainHere’s the thing: we get horribly lazy when in Switzerland. Even though we still went for day trips and did the usual sightseeing, we weren’t as active as we used to be just a couple of months ago… and it started bothering us. With so many hiking trails around us, great biking paths and lots of nature, it...

  • Our first travel video: From jungles to mountain peaks!

    Our First Travel Video - The Clueless AbroadWe’ve been on the road for more than two years now! Because of that, we decided to release this short video showing some of the highlights of the last 24+ months. :) All this time has been one great adventure – we’ve biked on the crazy streets of Vietnam, bathed in hidden waterfalls, dived with manta...

  • The roller-coaster adventure: 2 days in Europa-Park, Germany

    mainAt first, Europa-Park seems like the last place for us – it’s touristic as hell, full of people (not our favorite thing), crowded with kids (our least favorite thing) and probably not the best idea if you have a fear of heights or motion sickness. But we loved it. How? This place is just pure, genuine...

  • 5 tips for choosing your first dive center

    Choosing your first dive center // The Clueless AbroadChoosing the best dive center for your first underwater adventure or an Open Water Diver course might be a bit tricky if you have no idea what to take into account. Still, even if it’s your first time diving and you’re a bit stressed because you’re in a foreign country, you should know there’s no reason...

  • Through Laos: Phonsavan and the bus ride from hell

    Through Laos: Phonsavan and the bus ride from hellEven though we don’t like to hurry, sometimes there’s no other way, especially in countries where getting from one city to another can take hours (or even days) and the tourist visa lasts only a month. On one of these long drives (supposed to take 7-8 hours, instead took about 11), we discovered something unexpected – travelling...

  • Through Laos: Jungle trekking in Vang Vieng

    Through Laos: Jungle trekking in Vang ViengWe’ve heard the stories: Vang Vieng used to be awful. Due to the huge boom of the tubing business, it got swarmed by hundreds of backpackers looking for a place to party and quickly became a mess of rude, irresponsible tourists high as a kite on weed, shrooms, alcohol and the YOLO attitude. It wasn’t...

  • A short guide to Vietnam

    A short guide to Vietnam // The Clueless AbroadIt’s not easy to introduce the whole country, especially if you only had a month to travel through it. Still, thanks to some minor mishaps and a couple of fortunate coincidences, we got a tiny grasp of how diverse this country can be – and here we’re attempting to put all our tips and advice...

  • Through Vietnam: Da Lat, Top Gear style

    Through Vietnam: Da Lat, Top Gear styleWith wallets emptied and backpacks filled to the max in Hoi An, we were ready for our next adventure. After a 40 minutes long flight from Da Nang (which was in fact more than twice shorter than the plane’s delay), we finally landed in Da Lat, a small town in the middle of wilderness.     From the...

  • Through Vietnam: A week on Cat Ba Island

    Through Vietnam: A week on Cat Ba IslandCat Ba proved to be the perfect getaway, strongly contrasting with the chaos of Hanoi and the crowded vibe of northern Halong Bay. Starting from two nights only, we ended up spending there a whole week, and Vietnam finally felt like the place to be. The island, even though pretty tourist-oriented, seems more like a resort for the locals than...

  • Through Vietnam: The Halong Bay cruise

    Through Vietnam: The Halong Bay cruiseEven though we’re trying to avoid the obviously commercial trips and excursions, once given the opportunity of going on a touristic Halong Bay cruise, we decided to give it a try – only to find out that sometimes it’s just better to stay on your own. The cruise was far from a disaster – the transport...

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