Stockholm is a city of natural beauty intertwined with historical and modern architecture. In summer the city is in bloom with ample flowers cascading around the canals, which meander through metropolitan living. The summer scenes make this city too beautiful to spend inside so see below for our top 3 ways to get out and … Continue reading Top 3 ways to actively explore Stockholm
Getting to Vientiane: If departing from Vang Vieng I would recommend catching the local bus which arrives at the North bus station in Vientiane. You can get this from the road that runs along the north side of the air field. The bus costs only 40,000 and takes approximately 4 hours. It's an authentic experience … Continue reading Vientiane
Getting to Sapa: The best option is to take the overnight train from Hanoi to Sapa. The sleeper train is surprisingly comfortable although it is rocky. I paid $41 for the train to Sapa and $31 for my return. Again, These prices can be negotiated with the right bargaining but I would recommend the 4 … Continue reading Sapa
Oh Asia you never cease to amaze me. As our Nepalese journey was coming to an end we got a bus from Pokhara to Kathmandu which seems normal enough. The bus was fine and the ride was perfect to mix a bottle of pancake batter. All is going relatively well when just a short while […]
How to get there & back again: The closest airport to Sepilok is the Sandakan airport. See my post Sandakan for further details. From the airport a taxi will cost you 50 RM and the same to return to the airport from your accommodation. It is estimated that the taxi will take you approximately 40 mins dependent … Continue reading Sepilok
"Adventure, challenging & amazing" - Hatti, Guide These three words are the perfect way to describe this unforgettable and unique experience. I would highly recommend the 4 nights, 5 days tour for anyone who is looking for venturing on the path less travelled and for the opportunity to connect with wild Borneo. The team at … Continue reading Maliau Basin with Sticky Rice Travel
Tumalog falls are an absolute must if you are making the venture south to visit the whale sharks in Oslob, Cebu. The limestone falls are tranquil, relaxing and aesthetically pleasing. The water is fresh and rejuvenating and the aqua colours will soothe the soul. They are found on the right hand side of the road … Continue reading Tumalog Falls- Oslob, Cebu, Philippines
If swimming with whale sharks is on your agenda then look no further then Tan-Awan, Oslob, Cebu. The locals feed the Sharks daily between 7-11 meaning you are guaranteed to see and swim with these gentle giants all year round. For 1000 PHP (Roughly $31 AUD at time of writing) per foreigner you get 30-40 … Continue reading Where am I guaranteed to swim with Whale Sharks in the Philippines?
You've made the right choice to head to Boracay and the trip is relatively stress free from Kalibo airport. The airport is small and from my conversations with the locals, although Kalibo is further from Boracay then Caticlan it is renowned as the safest. Reason being the run way is larger enabling smoother landings … Continue reading How do I get from Kalibo to Boracay?
Apparently they say in Brazil that on the 7th day God created Rio and when you are there amongst it, it is certainly easy to believe. Rio is high in energy from the funky bongo rhythms of Lapa to the chilled beach corners of Ipanema. Viaje: Copacabana is no more then 30 minutes from Rio's … Continue reading Rio De Janeiro