Category Archive: Travel

Koh Samui

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Koh Samui is one of the most interesting islands on Earth. Though it may only be Thailand’s third biggest island, it certainly packs a lot into its relatively small landmass when compared with… Continue reading

Marina Bay Sands

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Now this is one hotel I just had to write about!  I stayed at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore on my last night of a 3 month trip around Asia.  So I… Continue reading

Penang

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Who hasn’t thought of living on an island? With other island’s merely a day trip away, or the exotic Thailand merely an hour plane ride or even a few hours drive to reach… Continue reading

Underwater paradise in the Gulf of Thailand

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Crystal clear water, landscape splattered with prehistoric limestone cliffs, seas brimming with colourful fish, turtles and mata rays… it’s hard to believe that this island in Thailand is only a few hours boat… Continue reading

Elephant Nature Park

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We were recently privileged enough to visit the Elephant Nature Park rescue and rehabilitation center nestled 60 kilometers away from Chiang Mai City, (the only reputable sanctuary in the North of Thailand). Typically… Continue reading

Phare – The Cambodian Circus

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When visiting Cambodia, make sure you schedule in the jaw-dropping acrobatic extravaganza – Phare, The Cambodian Circus. This phenomenal show exhibits bizarre feats of strength, death defying stunts, brilliant balancing and superb live… Continue reading

It’s That Time Of Year Again…Festival Time!

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The days are growing longer, the weather is getting warmer and with the Leeds and Reading Festival line-ups announced earlier this week, summer feels like it’s just around the corner! Oh my, I… Continue reading

Where Europe Meets Asia

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Kazan is one of the most important cities in the biggest country in the world, Russia. In 2009 Kazan gained the right to officially refer to itself as the “Third Capital of Russia”,… Continue reading

10 Reasons to Visit Ho Chi Minh

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A visit to Ho Chi Minh City is an encounter with exotic food, French colonial architecture and memories of war. 1. Cheap eats Ho Chi Minh City (also still called Saigon) is famous… Continue reading

The Little Penguins of Phillip Island

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There are many tours you can take whilst you’re abroad.  You can head to a nearby town for the day, go on a hike or take a trip to see some native wildlife. … Continue reading