My visit to Bagan, Myanmar, is one of the first times I’ve travelled somewhere alone in a while. When travelling alone I find all my senses are heightened. Not solely due to always being slightly more wary (although there is an element of that) but I also think it’s because there are no distractions, you […]
Where we stayed: Sarai Resort and Spa – $70USD/night What we did: Explored Angkor Wat and surrounding temples – $37 single day entry ticket/$60 for up to 3 days + $25 total for Tuk Tuk for the day Where we ate: Genevieve’s restaurant Spoons restaurant Foreign Correspondents’ Club (FCC) Goat Tree (@ Sarai Hotel) This […]
I’m not going to lie, I came to Bagan for the hot air ballooning. I left being so glad that I came, despite the fact we didn’t fly, more details of what else I did in Bagan in a post to follow…. When I first saw a photo of dozens of balloons at dawn floating […]
We stopped over in Bangkok to break up the Sydney – London journey, and to see my one of my oldest friends, Roseanna, who now lives there.
Most people staying in Hanoi are using it as a base point before going on a tour to Sapa (trekking) or Ha Long Bay. We were doing the latter.
“Hoi An is amazing”…”Hoi An is so lovely”…”Hoi An was my favourite”…”You HAVE to go to Hoi An”
Our 2 days and nights in HCMC were non-stop! In fact the whole trip to Vietnam was a bit of a whirlwind with 2 nights in Ho Chi Mihn, 3 in Hoi An, and 3 in Hanoi and Ha Long Bay.