At Spirit Quest Travel we are all about actively exploring the world and maximising your time in the places you are discovering. Norway is no exception to this with so much to see and experience making you wish you had all the time (and money) in the world to stay longer.
It has filled my heart to read recently that Gumball Music Festival is till kicking it and up to it's usual tricks. It's not very often that a festival unique as this maintains its authenticity.
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Short stays make it hard to truly get to know a city. But have no fear as this article focuses on the must do's with 24 hours to spare in Norway's Capital.
I had the absolute pleasure of spending time with the creative Alex Backstrom at Gagnef festival 2017. Her positive outlook on life is infectious which is evident in her open mindedness of her art and how she lives her life with a radiant yet realistic smile. Her Audio Visual tour was like nothing else I … Continue reading Interview with Alex Backstrom, Visual Writer – Gagnef, Sweden
Gagnef festival is the perfect place to experience the hottest musical performers that you have never heard of, to see incredible visual art you have never seen and to dance the days away with hipsters who have never crossed you path before.
Getting there: You will fly into the main airport and will have to negotiate a taxi. A taxi from the service counter will cost you $10 USD into town or a little more if you wish to stop at the Shwedagon Pagoda. Otherwise if you have the energy you can walk out from the airport … Continue reading Yangon
Who could ever predict that Burma would have such incredible beaches? There isn't much better than a beach escape to truly unwind and enjoy the sunshine. Ngwe Saung Beach is nothing short of sensation for doing just that. Getting there: If you fly back to Yangon and still have time... WE HIGHLY recommend that you catch … Continue reading Ngwe Saung Beach
CHAUNG THAR This place is the perfect escape if you only have a few short days away from Yangon. My travel buddy and I absolutely loved it. There is something special about digging your feet into the sand and having the sea engulf your body. Beach escapes are pure bliss. Getting there: The night bus … Continue reading The Coast
Getting There: We took a night bus from Yangon to Bagan with Bagan Minh Thar Express which cost $16 USD. They depart the larger bust station at 7 and 9:30pm, we took the 7pm and arrived into Bagan new bus terminal at around 5 am. On arrival to Bagan all foreign tourists must pay a … Continue reading Bagan