All Good Things Must Come To An End

Hello from gloomy England! We’re officially back in the UK and have already had our first taste of proper English drizzle, as well as our first proper cup of tea. Returning back to normal life after a year of adventures is probably going to be a little tough. We’re not sure how long it is going to take us to adjust. Over the last week, we’ve enjoyed chatting about our year away, reliving the highlights and best bits. Here’s a little interview with us, where we talk about the trip and what the future holds for No Fixed Home!

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Vegan Travel in Thailand: It’s Easy and Tasty!

Thailand is one of those places that people dream about visiting. Have you ever been stuck behind a desk and wished you were on a paradise island with crystal blue waters? Or been stuck on the Underground and daydreamed about lush green forests? Thailand has something for everyone, and the good news is that vegan travel in Thailand is now easier than ever! Here are our top tips.

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Two Days in Singapore: Skyscrapers and Street Food

Singapore is among the 20 smallest cities in the world, but this tiny city-state still packs a punch and has plenty of attractions to contend with it’s larger neighbours in SE Asia. Famous for its glittering skyline, futuristic┬átrees and delicious food, this was one city we couldn’t wait to explore. Here’s how we spent two days in Singapore.

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Malaysia Singapore Border Crossing: How to Cross by Bus

Hello from hot and sweaty Singapore! Despite the heat, this is a really interesting, buzzing city with lots to do. It’s also really easy to visit on a trip from neighbouring Malaysia. We did the Malaysia Singapore border crossing by bus and it was a piece of cake. (Not literally, unfortunately. If there is a country that gives you free cake on entry I’d be first in the queue!) Here are our top tips for a stress-free border crossing.

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