Love travelling the world but worried about the impact you may be having on the environment? You’re not alone. We feel that it is our duty to travel as responsibly as we can and minimise the effects that we have on the places that... continue reading.
Angkor Wat? Angkor Wat is the largest religious monument in the world, located near the city of Seam Reap in Cambodia. Dating from around the 12th Century, this gigantic site contains ruins of many temples. Actually, Angkor Wat refers only to the the main... continue reading.
After six weeks in beautiful Thailand, it was time for us to move on and cross the Cambodian border. This meant that we had to navigate the infamous Cambodian Border Scam Bus! We thought we’d note down our experiences and highlight the scams. Hopefully... continue reading.
Just an easy four hour bus journey away from the traveller and ex-pat hub of Chiang Mai is the delightfully quirky small city of Chiang Rai. Famous for its White Temple, this city has the feel of an up-and-coming city that undoubtedly will become... continue reading.
We’ve just spent a fairly idyllic week on the Thai island of Koh Phangan. A few months ago, David asked me where I wanted to be for my birthday, and my response was the beach. (I think my exact words were “I want a... continue reading.