They say you don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone, and it’s fair to say I’ve underestimated the impact travel has on my head and heart lately. The kind of travel that takes you somewhere new, waking up every sense in your body making you actually feel the wind on your face. Are you … Continue reading Feeling the ‘fernweh’?
I remember this feeling. The nerves that come before a trip. The perfect mixture of excitement and apprehension. But this time feels different, because this time is different. This time is less about escaping my norm and losing myself. This time is more about finding myself; and finding my other half again. We’ve been separated for a … Continue reading To a new adventure
I don’t know why I never thought of doing this, but I love editing movies and often film my holidays and this is what I produced from my trip to South East Asia. I visited Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam. Continue reading How to relive your holiday
This time a year ago I had just returned from an amazing and unforgettable six week journey around south-east Asia. Over the past few months as I helped countless friends plan their own adventures of south-east Asia (where to go, where to eat, how to beat the scams, how to have the most incredible fun, … Continue reading New day, new holiday.
There was one thing that my last post didn’t account for. One particularly, incredibly fun thing. New Years Eve. Now, unfortunately I can’t remember this night quite clearly enough to write a proper post, so instead I’m going to deliver it by poem. Hope you enjoy. It all started when… The boys shouted us food … Continue reading New Years Eve
1 hour Tuk Tuk drive to train station. 16 hour sleeper-train to Bangkok. 3 hour stop over. 7 hour bus trip. 2 hour wait at Immigration. 4 hour bus ride. Plus a few scams on the way. Enough said. Continue reading Day of Death
As a capital city, Vientiane disappointed. In comparison to Luang Prabang and Vang Vieng, there wasn’t much to do, and that there was to do wasn’t that good. We did however score with dinner. After roaming the streets for what felt like hours until we found a place that we deemed ‘safe’, we stumbled across … Continue reading Vientiane