Exploring Balinese Mountains, Markets and Rice Paddies

Indonesia is an impressive country. Its 17,000 islands span across two continents and are home to several religions, the most dominating one being Islam. With 260 million people it is the 4th most populated country but you’ll find more than half on the island of Java which is the world’s most populated island. Some pretty […]

Castaway Island, Ha Long Bay

I have seen many amazing things so far on this trip and Ha Long Bay has just added itself to my list of favourite sights. Ha Long Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the top travel destinations in South East Asia. It has an area of about 1,553km squared and consists […]

Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park

The Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is a 4 hour drive from Hue and is a very special part of Vietnam. The core zone of the national park in Vietnam is 858 km2 (larger than Singapore) and it spills out into Laos too. It has been a UNESCO world heritage site since 2003. We woke […]

Potosí and Sucre

Our stay in Potosí was short and sweet as we’d had to change our itinerary after the drama in Salta but I think the more I see of Bolivia, the more I love it! Whenever I haven’t heard of a place, I assume it’s a small little town. Potosí has proved me very wrong! Potosí […]