Living it Laos Style

Well what can I say about Laos? Apart from that I absolutely loved it, maybe even more than Thailand (or what I’ve seen of Thailand so far). Everything about Laos suits me down to the ground, the welcoming people, the sunshine, the chilled out, relaxed atmosphere…I could stay there forever. Lets start with where I … More Living it Laos Style

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Hostel Review: Souphaphone Guesthouse, Vientiane

After finding that the guesthouse we had originally planned to stay at (on recommendation from lonely planet) was full, we eventually found this lovely little place, down one of the side streets, just off the main road in central Vientiane. After staying in various places around Thailand that haven’t been so central, it was really … More Hostel Review: Souphaphone Guesthouse, Vientiane

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Top 5 Friday: Things I’ve Learnt On The Road So Far

I’ve been on the road for just under two weeks now, and I’ve already learnt so much about myself and how I adapt to this traveling lifestyle…these are just some of the many many things I’ve realised in this short space of time: 1. When someone tells you a journey will take 9 hours, it … More Top 5 Friday: Things I’ve Learnt On The Road So Far

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Journeying to Laos

We didn’t really have much of plan for after Chiang Mai, but knew the general direction we wanted to head in, so we caught a train to Phitsanulok, a small town about 7 hours south east of Chiang Mai, ready to just wing it when we got there. This was a pretty good plan and … More Journeying to Laos

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