After searching around for the cheapest bus ticket to Mui Ne from Ho Chi Minh, we finally found one for 90,000 VND ($5.50 AUD). The weird thing was though, it was a sleeper bus which mean our seat reclined almost the whole way back and the bus had bunk ‘beds’ like a dorm room. This … More The sand dunes of Mui Ne, Vietnam
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
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.
I don’t know if it was just because it was my first trip overseas, but when I first came to Bali in 2007 I stayed in Kuta and I definitely wasn’t a big fan of it. It was dirty, loud and full of street dogs, beggars and drunk Aussie bogans who didn’t know how to … More Bali on a budget: Kuta
I first came to Bali in 2007 and again in 2009. These trips were spent partying in the Bounty (a seedy club) every night on my first trip and on my second trip I barely left my 5 star hotel except for massages and food. I felt like I was lying if I said I … More Bali on a Budget: Ubud