Video of our recent 28 week journey through Asia where we visited 10 countries.
Our time in Chiang Mai was a mixed bag of day trips, festivals, markets, day classes, and an enormous amount of food! Here's what we got up to...
Unfortunately on a 6 month trip it was fairly inevitable that we were going to get ill at some point and for me this struck in Hanoi, Vietnam.
I went to take off my t-shirt and buried the blade of the fan a centimetre or so into my wrist.
Our time in Hanoi included visited Halong Bay, learning about the Vietnam War, recovering from food poisoning and much more.
After a month in Vietnam, our time in the country has come to an end. I’m writing this sat about half an hour from the Cambodia/Vietnam border.
If you are thinking of travelling from Pakse to Danang by minibus, don’t. Fly, cycle, skip Vietnam and go to Cambodia instead!
I was hoping I wasn’t going to have to write this article, but last week I crashed a motorbike in Laos.
Our time in Laos has just come to an end, so here’s a summary of what we've been up to!
Kanchanaburi is an enjoyable couple of hours by train to the West of Bangkok and definitely worth a visit.
I’d never paid to have a professional massage before and wasn’t even sure what a Thai massage was. All I knew was a few basic points Emma had told me.
I suppose it's apt that our first blog post for our six month Asian adventure should start with us getting lost.