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20 May 2016

Our 9 months of travel in numbers

Our 9 months of travel in numbers

It’s a cliche to say that the last 9 months have flown by, but they have, some of our friends have given birth in that time! Since we left we’ve seen and experienced so many things that have made our journey incredible. But under all those experiences we are a well oiled machine (well kind of…hahaha). I bet you had no […]

13 May 2016

Facing my fears – learning to Scuba Dive in Koh Tao, Thailand

Facing my fears – learning to Scuba Dive in Koh Tao, Thailand

The fear kept taking hold. I was panicking, freaking out, needing to come to the surface every time. What was wrong with me? The others all seemed to be finding it easy. But thoughts kept running through my head, telling me don’t do it, you can’t do it, you don’t want to do it. Fortunately […]

29 Apr 2016

In search of rare wildlife – Irrawaddy Dolphin spotting in Kratie, Cambodia

In search of rare wildlife – Irrawaddy Dolphin spotting in Kratie, Cambodia

On arriving in Kratie I couldn’t quite remember why we wanted to come here. It was our second stop in Cambodia and it reminded me of a dusty and busy Indian town. These days whenever I’m somewhere busy and dusty I think of India (in the fondest of ways). It was roasting hot, not a […]

11 Apr 2016

We found paradise in Cambodia on Koh Rong Samloem

We found paradise in Cambodia on Koh Rong Samloem

Sometimes when you’re travelling you still want to escape from it all. We know our lives aren’t stressful in the slightest, we don’t carry much stuff around with us, we don’t have to worry about housework and most of the time we don’t know what day of the week it is.  But lately we’ve been […]

30 Mar 2016

Welcome to Cambodia: Phnom Penh – our first impressions

Welcome to Cambodia: Phnom Penh – our first impressions

As our comfortable bus, by Laos standards, crossed the border into Cambodia the pair of us weren’t sure what our first impressions would be or what to expect from Cambodia. We hadn’t had the greatest time in Laos. But the island of Don Det was an really enjoyable experience. We met a rather fun and agreeable […]

24 Mar 2016

33 quick tips for first time travellers to India

33 quick tips for first time travellers to India

You might think you’ve done all the research in the world, but nothing can prepare you for travelling India, especially if it’s your first time. India can be a daunting experience even for a veteran traveller due to it having its very own quirks and way of doing things that you may not experience anywhere else […]

17 Mar 2016

Welcome to Laos: Our first (and last) impressions

Welcome to Laos: Our first (and last) impressions

We decided it wouldn’t be fair to write our first impressions of Laos until we’d made it down to the country’s capital. Each country we’ve visited so far we’ve arrived slap bang in the big and sometimes bad capital city but after a land crossing from Chiang Rai in Thailand to Laos it was 10 […]

9 Mar 2016
2 Mar 2016

What we’ve learnt travelling together for 6 months

What we’ve learnt travelling together for 6 months

We’re four countries in! Time flies when you’re having fun. We’ve travelled India, Bhutan, Myanmar and Thailand. Its been a roller coaster ride, with many highs and sadly a few lows (but we don’t dwell on those). Constantly spending hours on busses and trains gives you a lot of time to think and reflect. So this is […]

19 Feb 2016

Welcome to Thailand: Bangkok – my first impressions

Welcome to Thailand: Bangkok – my first impressions

David has been to Thailand, twice, so his first impressions we were made many years ago. First when he travelled here one New Year’s Eve with a friend, they were then confirmed when returned again on a stag do last year (apparently it was a rather lavish affair). So it’s only right that I give […]