The best way to travel between Phuket and Krabi is by ferry – it might not be the quickest means of getting from A to B, but it’s dirt cheap, super simple, and the black and green islands jutting out of turquoise water make some seriously stunning views. Sit up on the top deck, catch… Continue reading I like… Phi Phi Sunset Bay Resort
Travel accounts always make everything look so perfect, so simple. Beautiful people in beautiful hotel rooms by beautiful beaches eating beautiful food. But I’ve quickly discovered this is all bollocks, and as wonderful, exciting, and life-changing as travelling is, it also comes with its difficulties. Things will go wrong, mistakes will be made, you’ll make… Continue reading 11 unfortunate events that have happened to me on my travels so far.
When it’s pissing it down in Phuket, use it to your advantage and take some moody, arty-farty shots.
On my final full day in Cambodia, I took a trip to Tonle Sap, a freshwater lake, not far from Siem Reap. If you don’t want to hear me ramble on (and it’s a rambling one today), scroll down for the gallery. After being picked up from my hostel and managing not to freak out… Continue reading Tonle Sap – Cambodia’s Great Lake
We set off at 5am to see the sun rise at Angkor Wat, the biggest religious monument in the world, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Needless to say, it was pretty damn special. It was slightly hazy, and the sea of selfie sticks lining the lake marred the atmosphere a little (God knows what… Continue reading Angkor Wat at Sunrise
Whenever I meet people whilst I’m away, the same thing always crops up in conversation: “Why do you travel alone?”, “Don’t you get, like, lonely?”, “Aren’t you scared?”, “No, I could never do that.” Going away on your own isn’t for everyone, and some people do make the perfect travel partnership, but I think there’s… Continue reading The Pros and Cons of Travelling Solo
If you just want to see some pretty pictures, scroll ⇓ to the gallery. A few weeks ago, I flew from Bangkok into Siem Reap in northwest Cambodia. As the closest city to Angkor Wat, it’s super popular with tourists, and on my first day exploring, I wasn’t really sure what to make of it. … Continue reading Siem Reap, Cambodia