Just a quick post to say we have made it to 100 days since we left home…bring on the next 100! Advertisements
1. Tuk Tuk in Bangkok…fun, scary and ever so slightly death-defying. Just be sure to bargain your price before you climb on board. 2. Sawngaethew in Chiang Mai…a communal open-backed hop on, hop off van. Like the tuk tuk’s in Bangkok, just make sure you work out your price before you get in. 3. The … More Top 5 Friday: Modes Of Transport In SE Asia
After spending three weeks in SE Asia so far, I thought it only right that I update you on my favourite local beers…so here they are, in no particular order… 1. Chang 2. Singha 3. Tiger 4. Festival Beer (Vietnam local) 5. Beer Lao
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
I’ve just spent all day combing through guide books and planned tour itineraries to come up with my own special plan for the 6-week jaunt around South East Asia I’m going on with my two friends Maritza and Rosa (yes, I recruited them from camp) come November, meaning I am no longer going on the … More SE Asia Itinerary
I’ve been doing a bit more research for my round the world trip next year, and as I’m unsure of my friends’ exact plans, I’ve been looking at perhaps doing a group tour in South East Asia with Gap Adventures, just so I have something planned for definite, and won’t arrive completely alone.
So in preparation for my upcoming RTW trip I’ve been going through all the brochures I got from STA (we went and had a chat with them last week about our plans), and even though I’m not going be leaving for another 10 months and nothing’s even booked yet, I’m so excited. I’m like a … More Planning + Costing