Unfortunately we had to cut our time short in Cambodia. We hadn’t done our research properly and found ourselves heading into high risk malaria areas without anti malaria medication which we didn’t want to do. So after a quick two days in Phom Penh, we boarded our Giant Ibis bus to our first stop in … More Hustle and bustle in Ho chi Minh city, Vietnam
Siem reap was a place a high on my list. I had seen so many pictures of the temples of Angkor and I couldn’t wait to explore them. I wasn’t really sure what to expect of Siem reap but it certainly wasn’t what we saw when we arrived. In my mind I pictured quiet, dusty … More Temples, tuk tuk’s & 50c beers, Siem Reap Cambodia
Bangkok is like a cultural melting pot. It is the perfect mix of old and new. You have the craziness of Khao San road which is filled with backpackers, markets, restaurants and bars selling cocktails in buckets, you have China town selling strange foods and markets full of trinkets as far as the eye can … More Four days in Bangkok, Thailand
After spending around 3 weeks lazing around beaches and trying to dodge the endless rain in the south of Thailand we took a quick two hour flight right to the north of Thailand to an awesome city called Chiang Mai. I didn’t know too much about Chiang Mai except for two things- it was full … More A cultural paradise, Chiang Mai Thailand
I love elephants. I love everything about them and I have always admired them, even more so since I read the book Leaving time by Jodi Picoult (you should read it). So when we decided we were going to Thailand, visiting an elephant sanctuary was high on my list. An astonishing 3,500 elephants are kept … More A friend for the day, Chiang Mai Thailand
Thailand is a country that has been on my list ever since I can remember. Being so close to Australia, I’ve had plenty of friends visit the South of Thailand and I’ve always been so envious of their photos of turquoise waters, long tail boats and limestone cliffs. Now it was my turn. My big … More Three weeks in the South of Thailand
After three blissful, sun soaked weeks in Bali, we begrudgingly got on a plane and flew to Malaysia. It wasn’t that we didn’t want to go to Malaysia, it was just that we didn’t want to leave Bali! I had fallen in love and three weeks had flown by way too fast. Our first stop … More All about George Town, Malaysia.