Bangkok, a sprawling Asian metropolis of almost 8.3 million people, is the capital of Thailand. Glittering shopping malls and glittering temples abound, and through it all, the Chao Phraya river flows. However, if it is your first time visiting the city, it is highly possible you will end up in the area through which a… Continue reading Wasting Time on Khao San Road, Bangkok
A picture is worth a thousand words, that’s what they say, so what do you do when you realise you have no pictures to share!? Well, you use your words. If Only I’d Known Embarking on our five month trip, we knew we were lucky enough to have a digital camera and a few spare… Continue reading Use Your Words – Lamenting Our Photoless Travels
You have read the travel magazines and the blogs, seen the TV shows, and thousands upon thousands of Facebook photos, but there are still some places out there that you don’t really know. You may think you know them, I bet you’ve heard about them many times but here are nine cities that may surprise you.
Are You a Travel Addict? We definitely are! We often tell people that we are huge travel addicts. It’s partly a joke, but if you think about it, it does seem awfully similar to a more serious addiction. Travel tempts people to get themselves into credit card debt or even to quit their jobs. People… Continue reading 6 Ways to Find Out – Are You a Travel Addict?
How do you spend 24 hours in a country that doesn’t exist? Where do you go if you aren’t on official maps? Where do you stay if the country isn’t even listed on Expedia? How can you try the national dish if it’s not a nation? Just how do you spend one night in Transnistria?
What better way to spend a Saturday afternoon in London, then having a picnic and getting wonderfully squiffy at a fantastically vintage bar!
Cahoots Squiffy Picnic!
It’s the way the industry is going; a fracturing of the traditional economy product becomes the norm. Instead of its traditional three cabin model (Economy, Premium Economy and Upper Class) Virgin Atlantic will be breaking Economy down into three different fare groupings, each with its own benefits and rules. So let me introduce Virgin’s new… Continue reading Virgin Atlantic to Launch Three New Ways to Fly – Meet Virgin’s New Economy
“Ladies and Gentleman of Mad Monkey Boracay, there are free shots at the bar. Let’s go!” So echoes the call that pierces the air every hour while the bar is open at Mad Monkey Boracay. And what a welcome call it is for the budget traveller. It is just one of the things that makes… Continue reading A Bed in Boracay – Mad Monkey Boracay Hostel Review
Spending New Year’s Eve at Epcot may not seem the most obvious way to spend New Year’s Eve but it is a serious contender for one of the best ways to kick your new year off with a bang. Initial Ideas New Year’s Eve 2017/18 was set to be a good one. I had miraculously… Continue reading New Year’s Eve at Epcot – Walt Disney World Resort
In London, you wouldn’t expect to find somewhere bursting at full bloom in mid-February, winter still has a hold on the trees and gardens. However, at this time of year Kew Gardens plays host to its annual orchids festival to brighten up the dull days. My parents and I took a trip west to Kew… Continue reading Loving London – Kew Gardens Orchids Festival 2018