Do’s and Don’t for Travelling with Your Significant Other.

Jono and I have done it a bit of traveling together. We’ve also travelled with our families, friends and all alone too. We’ve done it on a shoe-string and in lux resorts, we’ve had 50-day intercontinental trips and four-day whirlwinds… It goes without saying that it’s not always great, we don’t have a gospel to sing about…

Chilled out Chiang Rai

We climbed back in a bus seat to take the meandering ride on to Chiang Rai. But first, we made an interesting pit-stop.  Cabbages and condoms, self-dubbed “the rubber triangle”, is located between Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai. It’s a community-centre-come-roadside-diner that provides services and education for locals, promotes environmental protection, and, of course, some…

Thongs, Klongs and Locomotives

After a big night in Bangkok, it was hard waking up at 8am to get to the Royal Grand Palace. Fortunately, I was deeply motivated by my prepaid  ticket and photo opportunity and managed to drag myself out of bed. Unfortunately,  my dear significant other was very much hungover/still inebriated from the previous night’s festivities and spent…

Bangkok Buckets and Back Alleys

Woke up very early, around 4am, so I started the day with an independent breakfast while Jono caught some Z’s.  While eating at our hotel’s breakfast buffet I met Sarah, who is doing the same tour as us tomorrow who also had the day to kill today. We decided to all catch a tuk-tuk to…

Volcano Love.

For my inaugural post, I thought I would tell one of my absolute worst-kept-secrets. Ever since I was a little girl, I have loved-loved-loved volcanoes. I legitimately would answer the question “what do you want to be when you grow up?” with “volcanologist”… I guess I watched too many documentaries on the Discovery Channel, maybe…