Chiang Mai Sunday night market

This market is not for the claustrophobic or the enochlophobic. Once you step into the crowd, it’s like being caught in a current. You just have to travel with the crowd and go with the flow. If you want to look stop, step well over to the side, otherwise you’ll probably get trodden on. Penetrating... Continue Reading →

Pai Canyon

I love Pai! I came to here two years ago whilst on a tour but only stayed for a few days. It was during rainy season back then, so it’s great to see Pai in the sunlight and not have to carry an umbrella. A quiet mountain town, Pai definitely has its own feel and... Continue Reading →

Monkey Forest, Ubud

Let's be honest, you can't go to Bali with out visiting Ubud. A strong statement yes, but it's a justified one! One of my must-see attractions in Ubud is the Monkey Forest. The entry fee is 50,000rp and it takes around half an hour to walk around the whole forest. I like monkeys but they... Continue Reading →

Our last stop, Hanoi

I'll start off by saying, getting there was not easy.If Google Maps tells you you're good to drive down a road, there's a 75% chance you're not. This has happened to us quite a few times on our trip. Also, every now and then we glanced at the map only to see that the road... Continue Reading →

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