Sri Lanka

After 6 months of travelling, Sri Lanka was our last country to check off the list! After a bit of a faff getting through the airport, (you can now get a visa on arrival but make sure you go to the visa counter first before queuing through passport control) we found a local bus heading … More Sri Lanka

Fiji

First things first, if you’re going to Fiji make sure you book your Bula pass! We didn’t know anything about this but luckily we were staying at a Nomads in Australia who sorted everything out for us! We opted for the 1 coconut pass which meant it was cheaper (supposedly not as good as the … More Fiji

Hue to Hanoi

After arriving in Hue, we found our hostel (Dreamers) and we were pleasantly surprised how lively the town centre was. There were plenty of restaurants to choose from and an array of shops to nip in and out of. After a spot of western food for dinner (sometimes you need a break from fried rice) … More Hue to Hanoi

Cambodia

Finally after travelling in a mini bus without air con and countless number of potholes we made it to Siem reap in Cambodia.  After the classic bombardment of tuk tuk drivers we made our way to our hotel. We chose a hotel rather than a hostel as a treat; it was family run and had … More Cambodia

Laid back Laos

As our Thailand adventure came to an end we decided we would head into our second country, Laos. We had heard that it was a super relaxed vibe compared to Thailand so we were quite excited to see what it had to offer. However, we had to get there first which meant a lonnnng bus … More Laid back Laos

Summer Reads

As we had six months of travelling ahead of us I knew I could get some decent reading time in, however carrying around a backpack for 6 months meant I only had room for one book at a time. Luckily we stumbled across a number of charity shops which meant we could do book exchanges … More Summer Reads