Chiang Mai quickly became one of my favourite places in Thailand. Vibrant, lively (but way more chilled than Bangkok), I struggled not to take photos of literally *everything*. Here are the first of many pictures taken during my snap-happy stay in Chiang Mai. Save
“You sure this is it?” Turns out Railay East isn’t as photogenic as Railay West. Beautiful in a bleak, menacing way, the East beach was where I reluctantly hopped off the ferry, thinking that I’d fallen victim to the ultimate catfish. Maybe it’s just the weather? Perhaps I’m looking it from the wrong angle… The… Continue reading When the ferry drops you off at Railay and it looks nothing like the pictures…
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
When I first told be people I was going to Bangkok, I got a mixed reaction. Those who hadn’t been thought it was cool, and seemed excited by the prospect. Those who had, generally posessed a pretty negative view: “I wasn’t a fan”, “It’s just like any other big city in Asia”, “Well I wouldn’t… Continue reading Heading to Bangkok
After much umming and ahh-ing, procrastinating, and excuse-making, I’ve given in, and decided to write a blog/ random musings/ stream of thought/ anxious internal monologue about my travels. Another travel blogger – just what the world needs! Primarily a self-indulgent project, so I don’t forget all the stuff I’ve done (my memory is terrible), with… Continue reading Hello!