Backpacking around South East Asia is an amazing adventure, travelling through amazingly diverse landscapes and from country to country like a true explorer. But we always like to add to the adventure if we can, for example buying motorbikes in Vietnam added so much more to our time there than just a method of transport.
You probably know by now that we have this weird obsession with abandoned places and also generally dodgy locations within nice cities, we just have some sort of tentus-wish I guess! So after managing to see some quite amazing places in Eastern Europe, getting our Urban Exploration on and seeing some of the most strange,
Sometimes when you are out travelling you just have these days where everything seems to happen in one even though you kind of didn’t plan any of it. Some cities are also just so ready to suck you in and produce one of the insane days, a Bangkok might just be the top of that
Bangkok is a city we had dreamt of visiting for years, the heart of Thailand and a huge metropolis with so much to see, both old and new. Since my parents told me of their adventures here in 1987 this far off Asian city has been so high on my list! But with expectations comes
So, now it is time for our second month in Asia and it feels like its gone so much faster than the last one! But in truth this isn’s a full month. We like to split these posts up roughly monthly but also stop them at each country. So this month we include our time
When we visited Tokyo a few years back we were kind of a little disappointed we didn’t experience the famous capsule hostels, but hey, we were on honeymoon. But now we are backpacking around Asia and on a tight budget we had the perfect opportunity. Staying in dorms even for the most hardened backpackers can