It’s that time of the year again. I’m already starting to plan my 2017 travels (three trips booked so far, two on the way)… and I’m looking back over the places I’ve seen and the people I’ve met over the last year. It wasn’t until I sat down to write this post that I really … More My 2016 Travel Story
Of all my travels and all the things I’ve done and learnt along the way, Cambodia touched me like no other country. A lot of people say it, and it’s kind cliche, but there is a reason for it. In particular, the killing fields and S21 prison (or Tuol Sleng) made a huge impact on … More Visiting the Killing Fields and S21 in Phnom Penh
If you follow me on Twitter (@atravelangelist) you might have noticed that I’ve been doing a bit of travelling around South East Asia. I’ve been organising the trip for a while, but there was just one detail I forgot to plan out… my first day in Bangkok. I flew into Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport as a means … More 24 hours in… Bangkok, Thailand
This is in no way a replacement for going to see your doctor or pop into a travel clinic. However, I struggled to figure out online what vaccines I would need and how to prepare myself for the financial cost (and dead arms). There are so many different viruses, in different habitats that I felt … More What vaccines do I need for Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam?
I’ve mentioned my trip to Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam a few times now. Mainly because I’m excited, but also due to the fact I booked it so damn long ago! There’s still a bit of a wait, but now I’ve started thinking about visas and vaccinations it feels like it is nearing. So what will … More What am I doing in SE Asia?
… In November Yep, it’s a long time away, but I’ve just booked my trip around SE Asia. I’m going with two of my closest friends and we’d originally planned to go last year, but it just never happened (but Yaay for Slovenia and Greece, which happened instead!) So… back in January we decided … More I’m going to SE Asia!
In this week’s #TBT I’m throwing it back to my trip to HK back in 2013. I visited in March when the weather was a bit milder, although this also meant it was very misty too. I headed all the way up to R66 for the view… and couldn’t see a single thing – cocktails … More #TBT: A week in Hong Kong