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.
Did you ever find yourself shorting out an entire apartment building in Eastern Europe, while half-dressed and sodden? I did. Here's how it happened..