Chatuchak Market Bangkok – where two wrongs make a right

By |August 28th, 2013|

I’m not perfect when it comes to travel, I make mistakes. Whilst I’m left to organise holidays and trips with friends because I enjoy the organisation and planning part, in practice it doesn’t always work out 100% as I intended.

In April of this year (2013) I spent some time in Laos and Cambodia. When the […]

From Bangkok to Vientiane by train

By |July 15th, 2013|

Taking the train(s) from Bangkok to Vientiane was one of my favourite experiences from my mini tour of Laos and Cambodia.  It was pretty much the first thing I did on said tour, stepping off the plane and almost straight into our little cabin that was heading north towards the Laos boarder.  Before I get […]

Siem Reap to Bangkok via the Poipet border

By |May 29th, 2013|

Siem Reap to Bangkok is quite a common route for backpackers travelling around South East Asia, but even so getting from one to the other can sometimes feel like a mission, a mountain, some other hideously big obstacle that at 4pm on a Friday my mind cannot think of.  We’ve all heard horror stories of 6 hours spent at […]

Black moon parties – whats the deal?

By |December 19th, 2012|

Black Moon Parties, whats the deal?  Why do people only seem to care for and blog about Full Moon Parties?  Ok so they’re usually on a larger scale, but seriously whats wrong with their less illuminated counter-part?

I have never been to a Full Moon Party <<SHOCK>> <<HORROR>> …

I know right, I must be pretty much […]

Thailand 2008

By |November 21st, 2008|

Back again.  A mere 2 years after my last visit I was back.  The stories I’d heard about Thailand whilst travelling around Oz and Nz had left me with severe envy.  Why did I only go to Bangkok last time?  Why hadn’t I explored more?

I had been planning the trip for a while before a […]

Thailand (Bangkok)

By |December 6th, 2006|

GOD! … IDIOT! Well I can’t quite remember what I wrote in my last blog thingy but basically I got the day I was leaving sri lanka wrong so had to spend another day in Ja Ela, which is no bad thing but I was expecting & ready to go. Luckily Natalie had come over […]