Ayutthaya: A Day Trip

Back in March 2018, I visited Bangkok for my fourth time in the last 7 months. Having pretty much exhausted most of the main tourist attractions, I wanted to visit other places that I hadn’t previously been to. My girlfriend, Sita, suggested going to visit the ancient capital city of Thailand, Ayutthaya. She explained how … Continue reading Ayutthaya: A Day Trip

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Top 5 Countries That I Have Travelled (2015-18)

Over the last 3 years, I have visited 31 different countries, which makes writing this article a difficult task. Nevertheless after much deliberation, I have come up with the top 5 countries that I have visited! 5. At number 5 on the list is Vietnam. In the summer of 2017, I spent 17 days in … Continue reading Top 5 Countries That I Have Travelled (2015-18)

2017: Through a lens

2017 was an amazing year of travelling for us. Being able to travel for 40% of the year allowed us to visit some of the most incredible places around the world. With the travel, there were plenty of opportunities to capture every moment through a lens. This post will show you just some of our … Continue reading 2017: Through a lens

2017:  A Year for Travelling

2017 has been an amazing year for the three of us. Travelling for 40% of the year and visiting 13 different countries has made 2017 the best year of our lives to date. This blog post will look back at everywhere we have been and what made it so amazing. In February, we travelled to … Continue reading 2017:  A Year for Travelling

Chiang Mai & Pai: Hidden Gems

After spending three nights in Bangkok, we had caught up on sleep and felt refreshed. Because we went back to Koh Tao to do our diving course and had to be back in Bangkok to fly to Tokyo four days later, we decided to take a flight to Chiang Mai, in the north of Thailand. … Continue reading Chiang Mai & Pai: Hidden Gems

A Backpackers Guide for Packing

With 31 countries under our belts, we’ve definitely had some problems when packing. For the majority of our short-haul travels, where we were inexperienced in the art of travelling, we just used a 20l bag. This worked well for us as we didn’t want to pay for checked baggage. However, when we travelled to Asia … Continue reading A Backpackers Guide for Packing

Travelling Asia – How much?

After travelling around Asia (mainly Southeast Asia) we found that once you’re out there, it is possible to do most places on a small budget. Although we spent more during the 3-month trip than we expected, Asia, in general, is inexpensive (bar Japan). The usual question we get asked is how much did your Asia … Continue reading Travelling Asia – How much?

How we Travel – The Travel Guide for Students

Many people ask us on a regular basis, how do you travel so much? Being university students, we know that it can be hard to see how you can travel so much. Many people get put off travelling for many reasons. Usually, a lack of time or money means that people cannot travel, or so … Continue reading How we Travel – The Travel Guide for Students

Bangkok – A Stepping Stone

After completing our last dives and passing our diving exam in Koh Tao, we decided that it was time to hit the mainland of Thailand. We booked a ticket which would take us to Bangkok where we would spend the next three days. Taking a two-hour boat and then an 8-10-hour bus ride to Bangkok … Continue reading Bangkok – A Stepping Stone

Thailand: Islands and Krabi – Adventure Hard Party Hard

After having one of the best times of our lives in Vietnam for 17 days, (Vietnam: Home of Adventure) we finally left for Thailand. Initially, we were going to give ourselves a couple of days in Phuket but decided against this and headed straight to the islands. Arriving in Phuket late at night from Ho … Continue reading Thailand: Islands and Krabi – Adventure Hard Party Hard