Birthday treats!

We had an extra special treat planned in Hoi An. Some special guests were coming to celebrate someone’s birthday We found mum and Mikey in the Airbnb we were staying in during our week together in a Hoi An. It had been a pretty straight forward journey for them except for the tight squeeze between…

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Vietnam’s coffee hotspots

Vietnam is famous for many things and coffee is certainly one of the top contenders. Being a slight coffeeaholic I wallowed in coffee shops all over the country and, without realising it, I started taking pictures of all our favourite beverages. So it only seemed natural to make a post of all our favourite coffee…

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The best elephant sanctuary in North Thailand – ethical tourism at its best

Our trip to Elephant Valley on the outskirts of Chiang Rai was an incredible and ethical way to get close to Thailand’s beautiful mascot When it comes to responsible tourism we’re always super cautious and skeptical when it comes to anything to do with animals and we’d heard about the many ride/wash touch sanctuaries that…

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Cambodia Friends!

This was it! After some pre planning in the UK we were about to meet some of our best friends in Cambodia for a week of ruin exploring, water fights and the occasional shandy… Phnom Penh We met up with one of Siys best pals from uni in KL. After being on a night bus…

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Island of the long cloud – New Zealand

New Zealand was beautiful. So much that we had to have a separate post for just our pictures. The landscape was ever changing from rolling yellow tundras to aggressively rising peaks on the coast, we hope you enjoy these landscapes as much as we did. These rocks, amazingly named the Pancake rocks, have been formed…

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Bali at it’s best

Bali was beautiful. We didn’t venture much further than the village of Ubud but that was perfect for us looking for some relaxation time with a little bit of culture and yoga in between. We were lucky to find a fantastic Air B&B in between the famous rice fields. Tucked away from the tourist streets…

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