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How To Deal With Loneliness When Travelling

You will often find me recommending solo travel to as many people as will listen to me. Being on your own on an adventure is one of the most liberating, uplifting and life-changing things you can do. You get ...
Marlborough

Marlborough : New Zealand’s Wine Country

During my epic bike ride through New Zealand I saw some very cool places. Rotorua, the home of the Maori, Cook Strait between North and South Island and it was on the South Island I found something I completely...
Asiatique Shopping

Asiatique Bangkok: The Riverfront and Curried Crab

Asiatique The Riverfront We were lucky enough to make some great friends in Bangkok and they showed us some great sights. One of them being the Asiatique The Riverfront. An old dockyard which has been restor...
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Bangkok Rooftop Bars

Looking up at a clear sky while the sun gently melts the ice in your Coconut Mojito, reading todays paper and basking in the gentle winds leaving work and stresses in a floor somewhere below you. Time spent on ...
Luxury trip to Qatar

3 Nights of Luxury in Qatar

A gentle breeze, a soft warmth, and the soothing smells of spices simmering in the background. I take a sip of my iced coffee, gaze out over the glass-like expanse of the Olympic-size swimming pool ahead of m...
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How to Get the Most Out of a Short Trip

Elizabeth wrote a great article on the “Art of Slow Travel” which is a wonderful way to travel, but for most people, we can’t spend too long in one place. Some trips are made using up holidays from work or a ga...
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March Instagrams

March was a month of covering many miles. It saw us journey from Thailand to the UK. From the UK to Qatar. And back home again. Phew! It's been quite a ride. Our time in Thailand came to end, we've mostly es...
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Ayutthaya: Ancient City of Siam

On our final day in Thailand our lovely friends took us on an outing to the ancient city of Ayutthaya to sample the famous giant freshwater river prawns, pray at some temples and visit the famous ruins of the o...
Rucksack with Wheels

Rucksack with Wheels: Caribee Fast Track 75 Review

Before we hopped on our flight to Thailand last November I was in the market for a new rucksack with wheels . Now, my trusty ol' faithful has done me well since 2003 and is still doing fine. But instead of l...
Thai Food

23 Weird and Wonderful Foods To Eat In Thailand

Thai food is renowned across the world for its spicy, tangy, sweet and tasty flavours. It's a big favourite back home in the UK and rightly so. We are HUGE fans of Thai cuisine and have been living in foodie h...