Category Archive: Asia

Full moon – view from a tree house in the jungle of Laos

This is not the sun, it is the full moon at 5am shining into my tree house in the jungle of Laos! It was one clear full moon light and I was waking… Continue reading

Living in a tree house in Northern Laos

The Gibbon Experience in Northern Laos, near Huay Xai, a border town to Thailand is dedicated to the protection of the almost extinct Gibbons by turning former hunters into guides and protectors of… Continue reading

How to become an independent traveller with just 10 Euro a day – Part 1

Introduction to the independent travel style, part 1: Where I open the game, get the mindset right and show you some unconventional insights for independent travel A. Opening the game: Living cheaper on… Continue reading

Endless steps found on tea plantation in Hangzhou

These simple steps can be found in Hangzhou, China somewhere in the tea fields where they plant the famous Longjing Tea. Imagine these steps taken every single day by tea plantation workers during… Continue reading

Riding Dragons – a flexible way to cover great distances

Using a dragon is definitely a fantastic way to reach difficult destinations for the fellow Mundane Traveller (especially to the one know as The Mundane Philosopher). As we all know it could get… Continue reading

The Mundane Philosopher incarnated as winged lion in ancient Venice

The ruins of the world – a different perspective

The ruins at the end of the world

Dear fellow travellers! This is the additional photoblog of The Mundane Philosopher (aka MdPhil). Having the option to lead an independent lifestyle since I built a business which I can run on while… Continue reading

The Mundane Philosopher

The Mundane Philosopher overlooking the ruins of the world.

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