Koh Lanta Ultimate Guide
Koh Lanta Guide - Your Ultimate Travel Guide Read our ultimate Koh Lanta travel guide for everything to see, do, stay and get around. Koh Lanta is the perfect Thai island with few crowds, long golden sandy beaches, clear warm waters. An island that isn’t too over-developed or crowded but has enough facilities to live comfortably as water, electricity and Wi-Fi are readily available.  Koh Lanta certainly hits the sweet spot of all the Thai Islands between remoteness and crowds. I've visited Koh Lanta a few times this year. It’s the ideal island for both holiday makers and digital nomads with a...
Single Mum Travels to Southeast Asia
  We are travelling to Southeast Asia in less than 5 weeks time and are super excited. Our trip will start in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and will last for 4 months travelling across to neighbouring countries: Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia and Indonesia before heading back home to the UK to prepare for our 3 month trip to South America. Baby Rosa will be 4 months old when we leave to Southeast Asia, she would have had all her childhood vaccinations done by the time we fly (Phew!). At the moment I am preparing everything we need for packing and travelling. Today Rosa's...
50 Tips for surviving Mosquitos in Thailand
I hate Mosquito bites, and after travelling for several months in SouthEast Asia I've come up with my 45 best tips for surviving mosquitos
Tiger Cave Temple
Climbing Tiger Cave Temple is one of the hardest things I have ever done in my life so far, climbing to the summit with my 4-month old baby in her carrier on my back and Joshua a few paces ahead was unreal. Surrounded by tropical rainforest, there are 1,237 steps to the summit which features a huge golden Buddha statue (the largest in Krabi), several shrines, Buddhas foot print along with a few tiger paw prints (which gives it the name of 'Tiger Cave Temple' or 'Wat Tham Suea) can all be found here.
How to find Train Street Hanoi
So maybe you've heard about the trains that run next to the houses down the narrow streets of Hanoi? Hanoi Train Street, located just West in the Old Quarter sits A quirky part of town where motorbikes and tuk-tuks no longer seem the biggest danger to locals stepping outside of their homes.
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