With the untimely event of my sister’s selfishly scheduled wedding fast approaching (just kidding sis) James and I have taken the opportunity to spend near a week on the beach mainly relaxing and catching some sunshine. You may think that’s hilarious that we need some time to relax, but I’m telling you, constantly being on … More Sun, sea, and suspicious ravers
Having spent a day recovering from our border ordeal, we were ready to begin our exploration of beautiful Cambodia. A country that is famed for its stunning city of ancient ruins, but also its history of tradgedy and death. We have spent the last week seeing both ends of the spectrum for ourselves. The most … More “To keep you is no benefit, to destroy you is no loss”
Having spent the majority of our visa time in Songkhla with the dogs, we were running short on time without having to pay to extend our stay in Thailand. We decided to hop over to Cambodia with the hope of coming back to Thailand on another free visa once we were done. We booked a … More Daylight robbery; How to not get robbed at the infamous Poipet border.
Since I last posted we have, as normal, been quite busy! We briefly journeyed to Krabi and Ao Nang and other than stay in a cute rural bungalow, nothing else we got up to is worth sharing! Apart from feeling under the weather for a few days there, the place just didn’t capture us in the same … More Elephants and temples
I have always thought of myself as an avid animal lover; the sort of person that followed Animal Hospital religiously, cries at dog rehoming adverts, and whilst avoiding eye contact with other humans will actively cross the street to say hello to a furry friend. With this in mind, James and I arranged our next … More The Street Dogs of Songkhla
A short ferry ride brings us to our next destination; the Malaysian island of Langkawi. The developing island has plenty for your stereotypical tourist to see, do, eat and shop, but thankfully the gorgeous countryside has been left mostly uninhabited and therefore beautifully scenic. There is no public transport at all on the island, Uber … More Livin’ the scootin’ dream
Who would have thought that walking down run down streets and saying good morning to a local rat could make two people so happy?! It’s as though we never left! It’s definitely a little more than the wildlife that made us smile. The bright colours, the diverse culture, the smell of wonderful food at all … More Back into Asia