Everyone has to experience the mayhem and magnificence that is Thailand. Yes, it is extremely popular and touristy but it’s that way for a reason. Darragh and I had our first ever taste of the tropics when we went on a three week holiday there over two years ago. We…

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It’s been awhile since my last blog post, so what better time to write one then sitting on a six hour train through India! I know alot of people thinking of visiting Singapore and have been asked by afew people to write a post about what we did there. Our…

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A city that boasts a classic fusion of East and West; Hong Kong welcomes you with an iconic skyline, cultural landscape, epic cuisine and colourful traditions. This bustling coastal city where eastern and western cultures intertwine, offers so much in terms of what to see and do. In this post…

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Today marks our 200th day globetrotting and while we were planning to spend the day Island hopping, the weather unfortunately had other ideas. Instead I am sitting here on our little porch watching the thunder and lightning (I love watching storms, especially in Asia, the sky puts on a spectacular…

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Before travelling to Vietnam, we created a Jam-packed itinerary that included the best things to see and do that we could squeeze into our one month adventure there. Visiting Sapa and staying in a local homestay was one of them. Sapa is a little mountain town on the Chinese border…

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