Motorbike crashes, sunsets and scuba in Indonesia

It’s fair to say I had a preconceived idea of Bali before I arrived. I envisaged a combination of the sublime, numerous Aussies we met during our travels raved about the fantastic nightlife… Continue reading

Tour Review: Visiting Isla Damas

When you visit La Serena, one of the most popular tours you will see advertised is to Isla Damas.  I had read about the penguin sightings and wild birds, but in reality the… Continue reading

Hotel review: Lebua State Tower, Bangkok

Rating: 4.5 Bangkok is so peppered with hotels and hostels, it’s tricky to know which to choose! After slumming it for a few months in Asia, we opted for some luxury at the… Continue reading

In the press: A review of Chiva Som for Yoga Life magazine

Elephants, tigers, cooking and food poisoning in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is one of Thailand’s most popular tourist havens. The bustling markets, stunning trekking terrain and organised elephant tours see backpackers, like myself, flocking to the small fort town. So with Mr… Continue reading

Review: The Caveman Regime

Now as most of you know, I am currently trotting around the world with an unnecessarily large backpack on my back. What I have discovered is that skincare and travelling do not go… Continue reading

A mixed experience through Cambodia

Hello Cambodia! We only had 2 weeks to explore this beautiful country so it was a race against the clock to fit in all the sights and activities that it had to offer.… Continue reading

A trip down some tunnels and sightseeing in Saigon

Our final stop in Vietnam was Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). I was dreading a big city and all the chaos that goes with it. Hanoi was by far my least favourite place… Continue reading

Rain storms, Vomit and waterfalls in Dalat

Our time in Vietnam was almost up. With our visa exit deadline looming over us we sped down the coast towards Ho Chi Minh city. We allowed ourselves a 2 day stop over… Continue reading

Down the coast we go!

Down the coast of Vietnam we headed. We were accompanied by our new friend Mark, or “Marky Mark” as I liked to call him after a few beers. Hue was the next stop.… Continue reading