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VIETNAM E-VISAS

by amizuchan @ Wide Eyed Tours

The Vietnam government has added Australia to a list of more than 40 countries whose citizens are eligible to apply for an e-visa when entering the nation. Foreign travellers from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the Netherlands, India and the UAE can now apply and receive Vietnamese visas online, joining the likes of the USA, UK, […]

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Insurance: Necessary Evil or a Waste of Money?

by noreply@blogger.com (With 2 Kids In Tow) @ With 2 Kids In Tow, It's Backpacking We Go



Insurance—what are your feelings about it?  Necessary evil or a waste of money?  Do you have home or tenants insurance in case of fire or burglary?  And insurance on your car should it be in an accident or be stolen?  Do you purchase travel insurance, even for the ‘short’ trips? Will your family be taken care of financially in the event of your death? Will you be taken care of should you be diagnosed with a serious illness?  Apologies in advance for the topic of this post, but if you’ve been following our blog, you will know that it has not been an easy time for our family lately.  Far from being behind us, it has made us look at ourselves a bit closer and realise that shit happens.  The question is then how can we be best prepared to deal with it when it does?


But first, a disclaimer:  Jim and I are by no means ‘poster people’ for the insurance companies.  Nor have we been the most ‘prepared’ people—probably better than some and worse than others.


I’ve always had tenants and homeowner’s insurance when I was younger, and of course car insurance.  Travel insurance was something that we took out sporadically in the past, although due to having the ‘2 kids in tow’ on this past big trip, we did make sure we were adequately covered.

Becoming parents has definitely changed us in terms of thinking more about the future and of being responsible for people other than our two selves.  But once again, in that regard, we still have a lot of work to do.

In addition, due to our recent events I have become quite focused with making sure that in the event of our early death, as parents, that we have done all that we can now to ensure that the girls will be adequately taken care of. As part of his job, Jim has life and disability insurance so that should something happen to him, the girls and I would have some financial security (or the money would go to their guardians to aid in their rearing). 

But until now, I myself have not had any life insurance.  It’s something that I’ve ‘been meaning to look into’.  Honestly, I am guilty of chauvinistic thinking here—that should Jim who is the main bread winner of our family pass away, we would be financially disadvantaged and would need ‘help’ ie insurance.  But should I pass away first, well, Jim would still be able to provide for himself and the girls, right?

Well, not necessarily.

If I wasn’t here, how would I want Jim to look after the girls?  And would he be able to work full-time while being both father and mother to them?  Who would tend to the ‘domestic duties’ that I currently undertake?  I’d want him to drop everything and put the girls’ care and needs first.  But in order to do that, he likely wouldn’t be able to work full-time and would need to hire help (after all, mother’s DO do the job of at least 3 people LOL).

Which brings us back to the issue of life insurance.

So I finally bit the bullet and opened that can of worms (yes, I like my clichés).  After many hours spent talking/emailing/waiting on hold, I am pleased to say that I am now insured so that if anything should happen to me, Jim could drop everything to look after the girls and not have to worry about working as well.

But then guess what?

Not 48hrs after my policy was in place, we were in a car accident.  Ok, it wasn’t that dramatic, and it was minor in the scope of things, but we did get a chance to utilise one of our other insurance policies (it wasn't our fault but our car was a write off) and boy, did we ever feel grateful that we had that well covered. 

But that’s another story.

Insurance is one of those funny things—it’s a lot of money at the time, and chances are you won’t need to use it but if you do, it sure comes in handy to help make the fall-out from a bad situation a little bit easier.  We’d like to think that we can control what happens to us, and that ‘bad stuff happens to other people’, but in case that’s not going to be true for you, I’d advise you to give the topic of insurance a good long thought.


I teach English on Skype: My way to earn money online

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

Digital nomadism is one of the recent world trends. Many people want to travel, work online and earn money. It is a great option for those, who are tired with the corporate world and want to see and experience more. For a long time I dreamed about working remotely. I wanted to travel and work […]

Vegan Guide to Kampot by Vegan Food Quest

Vegan Guide to Kampot by Vegan Food Quest


Vegan Food Quest

Our vegan guide to Kampot tells you all of our favourite places to find plant based and vegan food when visiting the riverside town of Kampot in Cambodia

Takayama, Japan: Big City, Little City, Sake Box

Takayama, Japan: Big City, Little City, Sake Box

by snaptravelandpop @ Snap, Travel and Pop

Takayama, the last stop on our Japanese adventure, was our chance to get away from the big city hustle of the Japanese mega cities and enjoy some quiet small-town living in the Japanese Alps. Or so we thought. Even though this picturesque mountain town has a population under 100,000, centuries old wooden merchant huts and … More Takayama, Japan: Big City, Little City, Sake Box

Shopping in Chiang Mai: The Best Markets, Boutiques and Malls

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

One of the reasons why tourists visit Chiang Mai is shopping. The city is known mainly because of the Sunday and Saturday markets and the Night Bazaar, which spread across the main streets. These are usually very busy and crowded affairs. It is worth going to one of them to see the great selection of […]

Ladies Who Rock: Katie Jones, Copywriter and Digital Nomad

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

Katie is another strong, independent woman, who decided to pursue her career as a digital nomad. She lives in exotic places, such as Bali and Chiang Mai, and works remotely. She also helps Flylancer – a company that dedicates its work to building a strong community of digital nomads around the world – to develop […]

The best western food in Chiang Mai

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

If there’s one thing in the world everyone can mutually agree on it’s this: Thai food is delicious! And while every tourist who visits Thailand to devour pizza, steak and other western dishes should be ashamed of themselves – as an expat it’s good to know where to go when that craving for western food […]

Indulge in Guilt-Free Luxury at 7 of the World’s Best Green Retreats

by Jane @ My Five Acres

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These luxury green retreats may not be totally affordable but they are FABULOUS and guilt-free. Even if you travel on the cheap, these 7 eco retreats are all you need to fire up your 2018 travel dreams. Who doesn’t love to look at pictures of exotic retreats around the world? It’s even better when they […]

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Direct Bus from Phnom Penh, Cambodia to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam – Mekong Express

Direct Bus from Phnom Penh, Cambodia to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam – Mekong Express


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After our unpleasant journey on the bus from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, I made sure to dig in a little bit more this time and find a reputable bus company to take us from Phnom Penh, Cambod…

Best Time To Travel

by amizuchan @ Wide Eyed Tours

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A short guide to vaccinations for Thailand

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

Many people wonder what vaccinations they should get before they visit Thailand. There is a lot of information about it on the internet. Some websites have long lists of inoculations against scary diseases and it’s hard to tell which of them are really necessary. Before my first trip to Thailand I had the same dilemma. […]

The Splendors of Vietnamese Food

by Wes Thompson @ A Teacher Traveling

The Splendors of Vietnamese Food Part of an occasional series on Vietnamese cuisine I am always fascinated by the seemingly endless variety of Vietnamese food that is available for the hungry traveler to enjoy. Every time I think that I have tried everything this culinary loving country has to offer, I am so pleasantly surprised […]

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Fake Monks in Cambodia

by CamboGuide @ Cambodia Travel Guide

They have been around for years and they’re a pest: fake monks. WHAAATTT??? There are fake monks in Cambodia? Unfortunately, yes. They are easily distinguished from real Buddhist monks, because

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Home sweet home: Find your dream place in Thailand

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

The first thing which you need to do when you come to live in Thailand is to find a good place to stay. It’s a stressful process for those, who want to settle here for the first time, but despite what you might think, finding an apartment, or a house in the Land of Smiles […]

How to help responsibly when you’re living in Thailand?

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

Thailand attracts hundreds of expats every year. Many settle here to pursue an entrepreneurial career, or become a teacher. Life in Thailand is simple and pleasant, something that you rarely get in the western countries. Quite often expats in Thailand want to show their appreciation and give something back to the community and wonder how […]

Discover: Saudi Arabia

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In Saudi Arabia, you can try authentic apple-flavored Budweiser. (Non-alcoholic, of course.)

Skiing in Romania. Cavnic Maramures

by Alyson Long for World Travel Family @ World Travel Family

We’ve had a fantastic time skiing here in Romania, the kids took a few lessons while Chef and I were free to head up the mountain. Being child-free is a pretty new experience for us, as full time child-wranglers and educators, it kinda rocked! After just 3 lessons D was joining us on the big […]

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5 Skin Care Tips for the Long Term Traveler

by Beets of Life @ BEETS OF LIFE

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10 Reasons to Love Japan, but 1 Reason Not to Live There

10 Reasons to Love Japan, but 1 Reason Not to Live There

by snaptravelandpop @ Snap, Travel and Pop

We ♥️ Japan. It was an incredible 3 weeks on our around the world journey that we’ll never forget and cherish forever. It is such a unique place and there is a lot to love about the country, it’s people and their culture. We’ve come up with, in no particular order, 10 things we love… … More 10 Reasons to Love Japan, but 1 Reason Not to Live There

How to find an apartment in Chiang Mai

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

Chiang Mai is the most popular location for expats in the north of Thailand. It is full of hostels, hotels and apartment buildings, which are available to rent in different prices. A room in a condominium can cost only 4,000 Baht per month, plus bills. But how to find an apartment in Chiang Mai if […]

Life Of A Scuba Dive Instructor on Phu Quoc Island

by Huyen Pham @ Phu Quoc

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The Life Of A Scuba Dive Instructor on Phu Quoc Island Meet Edgar, a Scuba Dive Instructor and underwater photographer living and enjoying life on Phu Quoc Island.   The following is his expat story. Interview with a phu quoc island scuba dive instructor About you What is your name and where are you from? My name is Edgars Balodis, and ... Read More

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Cambodia’s Battambang and Phnom Penh

Cambodia’s Battambang and Phnom Penh

by Image Earth Travel @ Kampot – Image Earth Travel

November, 2014 Battambang is a much quieter city than Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s Capital and a good little stopover, if you want to break the journey between Siem Reap and Phnom Penh. So, decided that a stopover in Battambang before heading onto the hustle and bustle of Phnom Penh would be a great idea. Travel Along […]

Travel Guide for Japan

by Beets of Life @ BEETS OF LIFE

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One Year Home

by noreply@blogger.com (With 2 Kids In Tow) @ With 2 Kids In Tow, It's Backpacking We Go


Hard to believe that just over 2yrs ago, we were at the beginning of our year-long backpacking trip with our kids.  In some ways, it seems that it was a lifetime ago.  And now, it’s been over a year since we’ve been back to ‘normal life’.  While the past 13 months have been a bit of a blur, full of highs and lows, here's an update of where we're at:

In some ways it seems like our trip was just a dream, but because it was a shared dream, we know it was real.  That’s the good thing about traveling companions—you have someone who can vouch for your experiences and memories.  And traveling as a family is all the more reinforcing—we can supplement each other’s memories and thus keep the trip alive.  The many beautiful pictures we have adorning our walls at home also help too.

But don’t’ get me wrong—we don’t sit around all day everyday talking about our trip.  Far from it.  Real life is much too demanding to allow that.  However in the most unexpected moments, one of the kids will randomly bring up a memory that they have and ask us to expand on it.  ‘What was the name of that place where we went on that boat trip?’ or ‘Remember that waitress named Atune from Koh Phangan?’  The kids’ memories work in wonderous and unexpected ways!

And we still have random discussions on theology which began during our travels.  Recent events in our lives have also no doubt served to keep that line of enquiry alive.  Not sure what to think though when our 5yr old says things like ‘I know that dying is part of the circle of life’.

Definitely without a doubt, the kids have grown and matured a lot since we first left on our trip.  Then I was worried about our eldest child’s social skills and her lack of confidence.  Since coming home and starting school, she’s ‘blossomed’. She’s quietly confident and self-assured, although still a bit on the shy side.  But the friendships she’s since made or renewed, since returning home have all added to her sense of self. That’s the down side of traveling—kids don’t get enough opportunities to make friendships with kids their own age.

Looking ahead, it looks to be a busy year.  Our youngest started kindergarten/prep two weeks ago and loves being a school-girl at last. Already we have a nightly double dose of readers to go through as well as writing journals.  Both girls also have a small assortment of extra-curricular activities that we’re trying to balance.  There’s also a 3-week trip to Thailand planned for mid-year.  Despite our current hot Australian summer that sees us at the beach on average once a week, already I am longing for the carefree lifestyle that we had during our time on Koh Phangan last year.  While I do remind myself how lucky we are to live in such a beautiful place with a nice lifestyle, near daily massages for $6USD, eating delicious freshly prepared Thai cooking and being together as a family without distractions of work, school, friends and activities are things that I can’t help but dream of at the moment.

Until then, I must remind myself to be grateful and thankful for what I have each and everyday.  And hopefully I will feel like writing/updating more too.

Cambodia Motorcycle Adventure - NOMADasaurus Adventure Travel Blog

Cambodia Motorcycle Adventure - NOMADasaurus Adventure Travel Blog


NOMADasaurus Adventure Travel Blog

Taking our motorbikes across the border we began our two month Cambodia motorcycle adventure. After the Honda Wins survived Laos and Vietnam, we couldn't wait to explore Cambodia!

Disadvantages of teaching English online

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

Teaching English online has many advantages. You can live anywhere you want, travel and earn money at the same time. Thanks to it I’ve managed to live in Thailand, Vietnam and Poland and soon I’m going to be travelling again. So far I’ve only told you about the good side of online teaching, but what […]

Cambodia’s travel handbook

Cambodia’s travel handbook


Travel Sense Asia

Cambodia is a great experience for the Buddhists who are interested in exploring the ruins of the past as well as fascinated tourists by the wild beauty of creation. Therefore, traveling to Cambodia and checking out the sights in Siem Riep. This guide will give you everything you need to know about visiting Cambodia, from …

Living in Krakow as an expat: pros and cons

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

When we decided to move to Poland I knew that I wanted to live in Krakow. I had visited the city a couple of times before and I thought it was a magical, lovely place, full of history and a lively international expat scene. We have been here for over 4 months. Living in Krakow was […]

Kampot - Saigon | Vietnam travel forum

Kampot - Saigon | Vietnam travel forum


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How? Anyone has done this journey before? Any recommendations on what to ride or which transport to ... : Travelfish Vietnam travel forum

Expat English Teacher on Phu Quoc

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  Teaching English On Phu Quoc Island Teaching English on a tropical island… it is what most millennials who travel abroad dream of.  Here is one living that dream.  Meet Thomas from Holland. For the past 3 years he has lived in Saigon however  this year he wanted to try something different and live on the paradise archipelago of Phu ... Read More

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Our vegan fine dining experience at the highest hotel in the world

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Can we all just stop for a minute so we can talk about our vegan fine dining experience at the highest hotel in the world? You can probably tell it was exciting for us, right? Being anywhere that is the highest, tallest, biggest, hottest, smallest etc in the whole entire world always makes us a […]

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To Saigon through Prek Chak

To Saigon through Prek Chak


I see Cambodia!

If you want to contemplate the Mekong Delta, it is the best option: Ha Tien – Saigon by bus.  The Prek Chak Border Crossing is practical for going from Kampot and Kep provinces to Ha Tien and…

Discover: Fukuoka

by @ Wikitravel

A bullet train ride on the Hakata-Minami Line in Fukuoka, Japan costs just ¥290 (under US$3). Alas, the end-to-end trip lasts just ten minutes.

Ziplining in Langkawi, Malaysia with Umgawa Zipline Eco Adventures

by Jennifer Joslin @ Two Can Travel

If you love activities that get your adrenaline pumping and being out in nature, then Langkawi, Malaysia might just be your idea of paradise. There are so many activities you can choose from on the island, from SCUBA diving to island hopping on a jet ski, riding up the steepest cable car in the world, […]

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Excursion to Cu Chi Tunnel

by ICS Travel Group @ ICS Travel Group

Never discovered by American forces, the Cu Chi Tunnels were an important Vietcong base during the American War. Stretching over 200 km, this incredible underground network, dug by hand out of hard laterite, connected command posts, hospitals, shelter and weapons factories. Today, walk through the area and learn about the day to day life of […]

Relaxing time in Kep and Kampot - The Blond Travels

Relaxing time in Kep and Kampot - The Blond Travels


The Blond Travels

I left from Phnom Penh with a feeling of relief. The city was too big and too noisy for me. I really needed to get out of the town. Besides, after all these months in Chiang Mai I wanted to see the blue ocean. My friends and I hired a taxi from Phonm Penh (Kampot …

Vietnam Itinerary: How to Get the Most from 1–4 Weeks in Vietnam

by Jane @ My Five Acres

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These one-week itineraries can be done on their own or combined to create the ultimate adventurous Vietnam itinerary. This is an amazing country, so grab our itinerary suggestions and get planning your trip! Unless you’ve got months and months to explore Vietnam, I suggest you plan your Vietnam travel route for a specific region. There’s […]

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Scooters in Chiang Mai: How to drive safely around the city

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

Scooters are everywhere in Chiang Mai. Just like anywhere else in Thailand, they are used for transportation of people, goods and even animals. For expats living in Chiang Mai they are a necessary tool to get to work quickly and to see places further away from the city, which often cannot be found in any […]

10 things you should know before going to Japan (Part 1)

by Niko Margraf @ tastesomeculture

After coming back from my 3-week trip to Japan I wanted to share some of my experiences with you guys. Japan is an incredibly beautiful country and I got to experience so many things I didn’t even thought of. The country felt so different to everything I’ve seen so far. I think there’s no other […]

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Wonderful family trip to Vietnam

by Cuong Nguyen @ Travel Sense Asia

It is likely that building a strong family bond and exploring new lands will be two of the most popular resolutions in 2018, as strengthening the family relationship and discovering new cultures will significantly change the life of each person. So, obviously, a wonderful family trip to Vietnam will be a stone killing two birds […]

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One Day in Da Nang: The Essential Guide

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

My digital nomad life led me to Da Nang – one of the rapidly developing cities in Vietnam. I chose it mostly because it was by the sea and the internet was supposed to be good. I expected it to be different than Thailand, but I didn’t expect it to be so fascinating and beautiful. […]

Discover: Clipperton Island

by @ Wikitravel

If you somehow find yourself visiting Clipperton Island and lack things to do (understandably), try running around the island and timing yourself; the record circumnavigation time is one hour and 17 minutes.

A Filipino Expat on Phu Quoc Island

by Huyen Pham @ Phu Quoc

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  From The Philippines To Phu Quoc with love It's more fun in Phu Quoc! We recently caught up with Leziel Sacote Pagalan, a Filipino (pinay to be exact), expat living and working on Phu Quoc Island with 10 of her friends. The following is her expat story, which should be interesting as she herself is from an island nation. ... Read More

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Hoi An Beachside On Sale

by amizuchan @ Wide Eyed Tours

Nestled on the coast of the Hoi An ancient city lies the sublime villages of An Bang and Tan Thanh. Bustling with character these quaint beachside areas are the perfect location for a much needed break that won’t break the bank. Conveniently situated near Da Nang International airport, An Bang is the ideal for a […]

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Bangkok – Where The Familiar And The Exotic Collide 

Bangkok – Where The Familiar And The Exotic Collide 

by snaptravelandpop @ Snap, Travel and Pop

Bangkok has a reputation of being a chaotically crazy city so after spending 3 weeks in perfectly ordered, quiet and reserved Japan we expected it to be a bit of a shock to the system. In preparation (mainly to save money instead of a hotel) for this we roughed ourselves up a bit by spending … More Bangkok – Where The Familiar And The Exotic Collide 

Discover: Jakar

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A cypress tree outside Kurje Lhakhang monastery in Jakar, Bhutan is claimed to have grown from Guru Rinpoche's walking stick.

Two Fun, Short Hikes to do at Red Rock Canyon, Las Vegas

by Julie @ Earth Trekkers

Just 30 minutes from downtown Las Vegas is Red Rock Canyon, an outdoor playground for hikers, families, and outdoor adventurers. Go mountain biking, rock climbing, explore the hiking trails, and enjoy the view on the scenic drive through the park. If you want to escape the bright, neon lights and all-you-can-eat food buffets for a little outdoor adventure, Red Rock ...

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Koh Chang – forgotten paradise in Eastern Thailand

by Niko Margraf @ tastesomeculture

Thailand earned a lot of reputation for it’s beautiful white beaches and paradise-like islands. Phuket, Koh Samui, Krabi, Koh Phangan… What once used to be a haven for explorers and was considered an adventurous trip 20 years ago changed into a comfortable “mass tourism” 4-Star all-inclusive holiday kind of place. I’m not saying this is a […]

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Uber Taxi Vietnam Review Promo Code

by Phuquocisland @ Phu Quoc

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Review of Uber Taxi Vietnam – Promo Code (uberPhuQuoc) for Free $15 Ride Included This may sound too good to be true – free Uber Taxi rides, $15 credit to take taxi anywhere in Vietnam (Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City), no taxi booking fees, $1 discount off UberTaxi fares, 25% discount off UberTaxi fares. Initially I felt the same ... Read More

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Cambodia Explorer – 10 Days – Bangkok to Ho Chi Minh– Backpackit - KILROY

Cambodia Explorer – 10 Days – Bangkok to Ho Chi Minh– Backpackit - KILROY


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Go on a 10 days backpacker road trip from Thailand to Vietnam through the heart of Cambodia, while you make the most of your days in the Khmer kingdom. ...

Sun And Sea Vacations For Newlyweds Through Vietnam Holiday Package 2018

by Cuong Nguyen @ Travel Sense Asia

Thanks to its colonial structures, sparkling bays, gorgeous beaches, stunning landscapes, exotic cuisine, and colorful culture, Vietnam is always appealing to many honeymooners in all parts of the world. So, if you are newly married couples and wondering where to go in the S-shaped country for unforgettable and meaningful experiences, then Vietnam Holiday Package 2018 […]

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Vegan Guide to Kampot

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

If you’re heading to Cambodia then Kampot should definitely be on your list of places to visit. This sleepy riverside town has a great relaxed vibe, some excellent coffee shops, some of the world’s best pepper and a good number of places to eat vegan food. Here’s our Vegan Guide to Kampot to help you […]

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What To Expect From Trek Sapa Tour Within 2 Days?

by Cuong Nguyen @ Travel Sense Asia

As an old French Hill station in the past, Sapa is now a beautiful and peaceful town in Lao Cai Province, Northwest Vietnam. Close to the Chinese border, the town has its name reputable for its unique weather, breathtaking natural beauty, and the wide variety of hill-tribes locals (Red Dao, Tay, Hmong, Xa Pho, and […]

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Telunas Resort Indonesia, A Natural Paradise Near Singapore

by Alyson Long for World Travel Family @ World Travel Family

We spent Christmas in Singapore. Of those 2 weeks the highlight was our 3 days staying at Telunas Resort on their private island site. Along with the Private Island’s luxurious over-water villas we also had the chance to experience the fantastic family friendly facilities on the neighbouring Telunas Beach Resort site for a slightly different […]

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Cambodia Explorer – 10 Days – Bangkok to Ho Chi Minh– Backpackit - KILROY

Cambodia Explorer – 10 Days – Bangkok to Ho Chi Minh– Backpackit - KILROY


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Go on a 10 days backpacker road trip from Thailand to Vietnam through the heart of Cambodia, while you make the most of your days in the Khmer kingdom. ...

Vegan Guide to Taipei

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Our vegan guide to Taipei was easy to write as Taipei is heaven for vegans. In fact, we’d go as far to say that there are few cities in Asia where the vegan options are so plentiful, close to each other and downright good. If you haven’t been before, then stick it on your travel […]

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Young Vietnamese Businessman Looks to Bright Future in Tea Business

by Wes Thompson @ A Teacher Traveling

Young Vietnamese Businessman Looks to Bright Future in Tea Business At only 23, Nguyen Ngoc Quyen is defining success for a generation of young Vietnamese set on forging a new path in business. Nguyen Ngoc Quyen never saw himself in the tea business. Only 23 years old, Mr. Quyen is one of a new generation of […]

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How to Give Amazing Mindful Gifts Even if You’re Saving for Travel

by Jane @ My Five Acres

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When you’re saving for travel, holiday season can make a huge dent in the travel budget. Here’s how to get through the season without going broke — while still giving amazing mindful gifts to your friends and family. People are always looking for great gift ideas for travellers. But how should we travellers give back? […]

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Life and work in Thailand: Q&A

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

I receive many emails from you asking about life and work in Thailand. I am always happy to get messages from my readers and discuss different, travel – related things. However, some questions repeat themselves and that’s why I always refer you to my blog. I’ve decided that I would gather all questions and answers […]

Visit Myanmar 2018 Tips For Newcomers To Gain Unforgettable Memories

by Cuong Nguyen @ Travel Sense Asia

Fall in love with the Buddhist temples and monasteries, pristine white beaches, and ancient Asian culture? Then, it is time to visit Myanmar, or commonly known as Burma. Here is a must-see destination for those who are fond of Buddha and beaches. What makes the country apart from the crowd is a collection of numerous […]

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Discover: Cranbrook

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If you visit Cranbrook, British Columbia, Canada and crave a dinner of alligator meat, you can get it at K's Amazon Eatery -- even though the Amazon and its gators are thousands of miles away.

Things to Do in Cambodia: A Visit to Peaceful Kep

by Wes Thompson @ Kep / Kampot – A Teacher Traveling

Things to Do in Cambodia: A Visit to Peaceful Kep Getaways: A Series on Things to Do Outside of Saigon When most people consider the best things to do in Cambodia, they naturally want to see the capital, Phnom Penh, the temples at Angkor near Siem Reap, and the beaches of Sihanoukille. These are certainly places […]

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Food and frivolity around Cosenza, Calabria: Part 3

Food and frivolity around Cosenza, Calabria: Part 3

by Image Earth Travel @ Image Earth Travel

July-October, 2017 With so much food and frivolity around Cosenza, Calabria in southern Italy, this is my Part 3! Cosenza but also Calabria is an untouched region of Italy and as I’ve mentioned before, not on many tourist destination lists. With that said, you can be assured of warm hospitality and a real Italian experience, […]

Solo Travel – 5 reasons why you should never travel differently again!

by Niko Margraf @ tastesomeculture

Today I’d like to bring a little change to the way you think about traveling. Or at least make you reflect the different ways of traveling there are. I know, it’s always fun to travel in a group or together with a good friend. I myself spent half a year traveling through Thailand and Australia with one of […]

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48 Hours in Budapest. What to Do.

by Alyson Long for World Travel Family @ World Travel Family

Ask anyone who has traveled through Eastern Europe to name their favorite city and they will almost definitely say Budapest. Home of beautiful buildings, steaming spa baths and delightfully cheap beer, there’s really nothing not to love.Budapest is the ideal destination for people who want a weekend getaway. Two days in Budapest is all you […]

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Getting off the Beaten Path in Mumbai, India

by Jennifer Joslin @ Two Can Travel

Mumbai is one of the most exciting and vibrant cities in India. We’ve visited twice now, but have barely scratched the surface of all there is to do! We’re so excited to feature this article by local Mumbaikar, Palak Gupta, as she shares her insider knowledge for getting off the beaten path in Mumbai, India.  Getting […]

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This is Where to Stay in Kampot for Comfort, Free Bikes, and a Peaceful Pool

by Jane @ My Five Acres

My Five Acres
My Five Acres - Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

If you’re wondering where to stay in Kampot, this modern hotel is right in the city centre. You’ll be a short walk from the best local cafes, bars, and restaurants, or a simple stroll along the river. Many Kampot hotels are a few kilometres outside the city, with gorgeous river views, but it’s a bit […]

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Koh Trong Paradise Island

by CamboGuide @ Cambodia Travel Guide

Koh Trong is a beautiful quiet island opposite the riverfront of Kratie Town, an almighty sandbar in the middle of the river. No cars, but carts, smiling peasants, craggy fishermen and a rich soil that man turned into an orchard, Koh Trong is a small paradise. It is a short ferry ride between town life and a slice of Cambodia’s rural ways.

Surrounded 8 months a year by white sandy beaches, constantly refreshed by the river’s breeze, the island of Koh Trong is some sort of an ideal Cambodia. The beaches call out to be lazed upon with a picnic after a dip in the Mekong.

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Should I Travel to Vietnam During Tet? | Earth Trekkers

Should I Travel to Vietnam During Tet? | Earth Trekkers


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Should I travel to Vietnam during Tet? Our family spent one month in Vietnam during Tet, spending New Year's Eve in Hanoi for Tet.

Stand Up Paddle Boarding The Islands Of Phu Quoc

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Things to Do in Ho Chi Minh City: Landmark Buildings

by Wes Thompson @ A Teacher Traveling

Things to Do in Ho Chi Minh City: Landmark Buildings There are so many things to do and photograph in Ho Chi Minh City, also known as Saigon, and the city has so many things to offer those who visit here. Sometimes, it’s a challenge to know where to start. One thing that there is […]

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A short guide to Had Rin

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

Had Rin is a small town, located on thee beautiful island of Koh Phangan, in the south of Thailand. It is mostly famous for its full moon parties – monthly events, frequented by thousands of young people looking for cheap booze, loud music and good fun. I have been coming to Had Rin every year […]

Discover: Savannah

by @ Wikitravel

Chippewa Square in Savannah, Georgia was the site of the bus stop in the movie Forrest Gump, but don't look for the famous bench; it was just a prop.

Discover: Santa Fe

by @ Wikitravel

In the celebrated art colony of Santa Fe, New Mexico, you can of course get paintings of the scenery of the southwestern United States, but did you know you can also get original paintings of Daffy Duck and Wile E. Coyote?

Vegan Food Quest in Vegan Life Magazine

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Did you know that as well as writing our blog and vegan travel guides, we also write a regular vegan travel feature in the leading vegan lifestyle magazine in the UK and USA? Since late 2015 we’ve been writing about our vegan travels in Vegan Life Magazine which also happens to be our favourite vegan magazine, ever. […]

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What to See in North Vietnam?

by Cuong Nguyen @ Travel Sense Asia

Thanks to the perfect geographical location, Vietnam has inherited many wonderful landscapes from Mother Nature and absorbed the essence of neighboring cultures. This makes people wonder what to see in North Vietnam. Because I have spent almost all of my life here, I can confidently say that I know this area inside out. My friends […]

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Expats, You CAN Go Home

by noreply@blogger.com (With 2 Kids In Tow) @ With 2 Kids In Tow, It's Backpacking We Go

I came across an interesting article last week from the perspective of an 'expat' who wrote 4 Ways Living Abroad Changes You...Forever.  While the author generally advocates the benefits of travel, it was his perspective as an 'expat' that got me thinking.  Suddenly I realized that I, too, was an 'expat' while I lived in Australia.  And in spite of nodding my head in agreement to most of the article coupled with my recent move home, I found I  strongly disagreed with one of the author's key points.

According to Wikipedia, 'an expatriate (or expat for short) is a person temporarily or permanently living in a country other than of the person's upbringing'. So I guess the 12yrs that I spent living in Melbourne qualifies me!  Interestingly, until now I've never thought of myself that way, tending to think of expats more in terms of people from English, Western countries who live in non-English speaking places.  

But in the article, the author states: 'You can never go back home'.  As you may recall from my recent post, I have done just that.  After being away from Vancouver, the place where I was brought up, my family and I have just relocated here.  And what do I think of coming home?

Firstly, I had no expectations that things were going to be the same.  How could they be?  Although I have been back for a few months at a time over the the years, I'd been gone for 16yrs! I fully expected things to change, people to change, and relationships to change.  But the reality was, I still have my closest friends and family here and they have been great upon my return.  Yes, I am not entirely the same person that I was before I left due to my experiences, but then again, neither are they.  But in the end, deep down, we haven't changed and neither have our core values. 

 I had greatly underestimated how the values of a society can differ from one another and thus affect one's sense of belonging in the long run.

Secondly, for the first 8yrs or so while I lived in Australia, I still referred to 'home' as Vancouver.  But 4yrs ago or so, I had unconsciously started to regard Melbourne as 'home'.  So moving back was actually a bit difficult psychologically and now, I catch myself still referring to Melbourne that way!   While in some ways I feel caught somewhere in the middle, I have still experienced a sense of belonging here where I grew up that I never quite realised that I missed.  There is something to be said about being able to connect with people who share a similar upbringing as you.  When I first went abroad, I accepted being 'different' as a necessary part of travel whether it be on a short term basis like on holidays, or on an ongoing long term basis as an expat.  I know that I can adapt quite easily to my environment.   

But merely adapting doesn't erase that fact you don't really ever fit in entirely and at at first, that was ok.

Don't get me wrong, I never consciously felt like an outsider while living in Australia--at least not all the time.  But now upon my return to Canada, I finally realize that the feeling was always there and it's been a pleasant surprise to find that gone now.  I feel like people understand me more, and vice versa.  It's just more 'comfortable' being me! 

So I think the answer to the question whether you can go home again or not lies within yourself and your expectations.  It's much like when you re-visit a destination that you had previously loved.  Why are you going back?  Is it based expecting that you will find things are they were the last time you were there?  If so, there is a good chance that you will be disappointed as things change.  But if you approach the return wanting to find a good experience within the existing framework which you had previously experienced, then you might be successful.  

We've been here for 6 months now, and maybe we've just been one of the lucky ones.  It's still early days yet but so far, I think we have settled in nicely.  Returning home has made me realise that I am truly a Canadian at heart. And how does that saying go?  Home is where the heart is.  Yes, expats, you CAN go home (if you want).

So what do you think?  Have you thought about going home or have you done it?  Leave us a comment below!

 


10 things you should know before going to Japan (Part 2)

by Niko Margraf @ tastesomeculture

  As promised, here comes the second part of my “10 things you should do before coming to Japan” article. It’s going to be about drinking, money, cheap food and more… But I don’t want to tell you too much already. Just keep on reading and find out yourself!     6. Nomihodai Nomihodai? What sounds like […]

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All you need to know about Thai spirit houses

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

Thailand is a country, where Buddhist philosophy blends with mysticism and superstitions. Faithful gather in golden temples to pray to Buddha statutes and offer money and food to different gods to get rid of misfortunes and attract good luck. Thais are very superstitious and they strongly believe in ghosts and mystic energy, which is everywhere and […]

Discover: Vicksburg

by @ Wikitravel

When you visit Vicksburg (Mississippi) National Military Park, you can see one of the first ironclad gunboats, dating back to US Civil War times.

Lamphun and Lampang: Two destinations off the beaten path in Thailand

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

I thought that I had seen almost everything around Chiang Mai. So, when my birthday weekend came and I wanted to go for a trip, I had no idea where to go. Finally, my attention was drawn by two small towns in the north of Thailand – Lamphun and Lampang. The internet guides didn’t say […]

Easter Holidays in Fuerteventura, Spain

by carolinarin @ Carolina Rinaldi

Truth be told, Fuerteventura never appealed much to me. It simply wasn’t my type of holiday, going to some all-inclusive hotel where there is nothing else to see besides the “best beach” (they’re all equally beautiful) and the whole point … Read More

How to Visit Racetrack Playa in Death Valley National Park

by Julie @ Earth Trekkers

Death Valley National Park is filled with unusual spots to visit and the Racetrack Playa may be one of the most bizarre. This is the place to see those mysterious sailing stones…the large rocks that somehow glide over this dry, muddy surface, leaving imprinted trails behind them. This is not a spot you can just visit on a whim. Getting ...

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District 1’s Lac Thai Restaurant Serves a Delicious Meal Every Time

by Wes Thompson @ A Teacher Traveling

District 1’s Lac Thai Restaurant Serves a Delicious Meal Every Time If you have a yearning for Thai food while in Ho Chi Minh City, you cannot go wrong with Lac Thai Restaurant in District 1. It’s a bit of a challenge to find, as the restaurant resides in a cool old French-style house down […]

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Getting Around in Cambodia By Bus - Cambodia Travel Guide

Getting Around in Cambodia By Bus - Cambodia Travel Guide


Cambodia Travel Guide

Which are bus companies to avoid and which are the ones you can safely travel with? Whatever you do: never ever get on a night bus in Cambodia!

Vietnam

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ICS Vietnam (Saigon Office)
27D Tran Nhat Duat Street, Tan Dinh Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
Phone: +84 8 3846 8104
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How to organise your own trip and travel on a budget?

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

You want to see the world, but your earnings and budget don’t allow you to travel? You listen with envy to your friends who tell you about their adventures abroad and you dream to be able to do the same in the future? You want to know how other people can afford to go to […]

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2018 from Travel Sense Asia

by Cuong Nguyen @ Travel Sense Asia

Christmas is about spending time with family and friends. It’s about creating happy memories that will last a lifetime. Thank you for choosing us for your travelling. We hope to bring the best experience for you in the new year… Merry Christmas and happy new year to you and your family!

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Doanh nhân trẻ người Việt nhìn về tương lai tươi sáng trong việc kinh doanh trà

by Wes Thompson @ A Teacher Traveling

Doanh nhân trẻ người Việt nhìn về tương lai tươi sáng trong việc kinh doanh trà Ở tuổi 23, Nguyễn Ngọc Quyền đã định hướng được thành công đối với một thế hệ trẻ Việt Nam làm doanh nhân để tạo ra cho mình một hướng đi mới trong kinh doanh. Nguyễn Ngọc Quyền chưa […]

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From Saigon to Kampot - a guide on how to cross the Cambodian border

From Saigon to Kampot - a guide on how to cross the Cambodian border


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If you're thinking on how to cross the Cambodian border then you have to check out this article. It's not as hard as people are telling you!

Discover: Kota Kinabalu

by @ Wikitravel

The Hall of Skulls at Monsopiad Cultural Village outside Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia features 42 skulls of enemies, all killed by the warrior-hero Monsopiad.

Can Tho – Southern Vietnam

Can Tho – Southern Vietnam

by Image Earth Travel @ Kampot – Image Earth Travel

November, 2014 Decided on a quick stopover in Can Tho, Southern Vietnam, before hitting the hustle and bustle of crazy Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City). With an estimated population of 1,5 million (2012), this city is famous for its floating markets, network of canals, delicious food, fresh fruits, but also the beauty of the Mekong Delta. […]

Get to know my story and become an online English teacher!

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

6:30 am in Chiang Mai. I am slowly dragging myself out of bed. It’s my second week of working in Thailand and I’m slowly beginning to think what I should do next. Is it worth looking for another job? Another school? Maybe it’s time to go back to England? I look at Chris, who is […]

Don’t cancel your trip to Thailand yet! Read this first!

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

On the 13th of October at 15:52 local time King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the king of Thailand, passed away. The whole country has been mourning him since then. The famous Thai smile is a little less common nowadays, videos of crying crowds and pictures of people holding portraits of the King flood the internet. Tourists, who […]

9 places to see in Pai

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

Pai is a small town in the north of Thailand. For years it’s been popular with yoga, Thai massages, vegetarian cuisine and nature enthusiasts, who value healthy lifestyle and relaxation over the noise and chaos of a city. It was once a favourite hang out place among the hippie crowd and only recently it gained popularity […]

7 Tips for Choosing the Right Backpack

by Jennifer Joslin @ Two Can Travel

7 Tips for Choosing the Right Backpack  As every experienced traveler knows, backpacks are the best choice of travel bag for getting off the beaten track. Suitcases are fine if you are just traveling to city destinations or beach resorts, and duffels are a trendy alternative for short trips. But for serious traveling nothing beats […]

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The (Slightly Exaggerated) Tale of our Cambodia to Vietnam Bus Journey

The (Slightly Exaggerated) Tale of our Cambodia to Vietnam Bus Journey

by snaptravelandpop @ Kampot to can tho – Snap, Travel and Pop

To get to Vietnam we organised the “Kep Tours and Transport” bus from Kampot in Cambodia to Can Tho in Vietnam which would cross through the Ha Tien land border. The bus journey itself was an eventful trip. We got picked up from our accommodation in Kampot at 09.30am. The bus was strangely padded inside … More The (Slightly Exaggerated) Tale of our Cambodia to Vietnam Bus Journey

Things to Do in Cambodia: A Visit to Peaceful Kep

by Wes Thompson @ A Teacher Traveling

Things to Do in Cambodia: A Visit to Peaceful Kep Getaways: A Series on Things to Do Outside of Saigon When most people consider the best things to do in Cambodia, they naturally want to see the capital, Phnom Penh, the temples at Angkor near Siem Reap, and the beaches of Sihanoukille. These are certainly places […]

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Pai: Thailand’s Grand Canyon, Hippies and Rabbits

Pai: Thailand’s Grand Canyon, Hippies and Rabbits

by snaptravelandpop @ Snap, Travel and Pop

Our original plan for the Thai north was to just stop at Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai. These had always been on our list of must visits since dreaming about getting away to Thailand many years ago. However, when we got talking to other travelers a place called Pai kept getting mentioned. Some people loved it due … More Pai: Thailand’s Grand Canyon, Hippies and Rabbits

Discover: Jacksonville

by @ Wikitravel

If you visit Fort Caroline National Memorial in Jacksonville, Florida, don't expect to see the eponymous fort itself; it's now beneath the waters of the St. John's River.

Cambodia Explorer – 10 Days – Bangkok to Ho Chi Minh– Backpackit - KILROY

Cambodia Explorer – 10 Days – Bangkok to Ho Chi Minh– Backpackit - KILROY


KILROY

Go on a 10 days backpacker road trip from Thailand to Vietnam through the heart of Cambodia, while you make the most of your days in the Khmer kingdom. ...

How to get from Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh, Bus, Flights, Boat

How to get from Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh, Bus, Flights, Boat


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How to get from Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh - Getting from Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh, Bus, Flights, Boats

Our Favorite Books of 2017

by Julie @ Earth Trekkers

Are you like me? Do you love to read? Travel and adventure are my favorite topics, but every once in awhile, a popular fiction book or autobiography finds its way onto my reading list. Here are my favorite books of 2017. Buried in the Sky In 2008, eleven climbers died while trying to summit K2. Two Sherpas survived and this is ...

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Cu Chi – the Best Place for Ho Chi Minh Tunnels Tour

by Cuong Nguyen @ Travel Sense Asia

If you take a Ho Chi Minh tunnels tour, the must-going place is Cu Chi tunnel – one of the greatest works constructed by the Vietnamese. Cu Chi tunnel system serves as the living and hiding place for the Vietnamese soldiers during the wars. Visitors reaching there can not only experience the great tunnels but […]

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5 Day Berlin Itinerary

by Julie @ Earth Trekkers

If you are planning a trip to Berlin, you should know that there is a lot more to see here than just the Berlin Wall and the Brandenburg Gate. Berlin is the largest city in Germany and one of the largest cities in the European Union. It’s a diverse city filled with world-class museums, beautiful squares to wander through, and ...

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Ladies Who Rock: Sanne Leenman, Personal Trainer and Nutrition Coach

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

When you are a digital nomad, or travel extensively, nutrition and fitness are really important to feel well and energised. I have been struggling with keeping a healthy diet recently as moving from place to place and working long hours have reduced the level of activities I used to do. That’s how I found Sanne […]

10 Intriguing Facts You Should Know About Greenland

by Jennifer Joslin @ Two Can Travel

10 Intriguing Facts you should know about Greenland Greenland is full of cultural history and quaint countryside. Every season, the shores are flocked with tourists. Two of these tourists are Agness and Cez from eTramping. With so many extraordinary activities on offer, it’s easy to see why there’s so much interest surrounding it. Here’s a […]

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Valentine’s Day in Chiang Mai: The Most Romantic Things to do

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

Chiang Mai is famous for its culture, temples and markets. It’s a city that attracts visitors from all over the world, who look for the real Thailand. Not many consider it to be a romantic destination and they head to the islands for honeymoons and getaways with their loved ones. But do you know there […]

Traveling from Kampot to Ho Chi Minh City by bus - BEETS OF LIFE

Traveling from Kampot to Ho Chi Minh City by bus - BEETS OF LIFE


BEETS OF LIFE

Looking for getting from Kampot to Ho Chi Minh City? Unsure of what to expect at the Prek Chark Cross Border Facility in Cambodia? This article details our experience, the tour company we went with and what crossing the border was like.

Quick jaunt in England’s South-west

Quick jaunt in England’s South-west

by Image Earth Travel @ Image Earth Travel

June-July, 2017 It was with great trepidation that I finally decided on a brief return to England and its South-west. After last year’s six-hour detainment ordeal at Heathrow Airport, would I be stopped and aggressively questioned, detained again, possibly worse? It’s a game of let’s wait and see, which also depends on the border control […]

Thai charities that are worth supporting

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

Thailand is an amazing country. Its culture, people, food and weather attract millions of visitors every year. Only here you can sip on an exotic cocktail while laying on a beautiful, paradise – like beach one day and trekking in the mountains, meeting minority tribes and learning how to cook the next day. Holidays in Thailand […]

Cosenza’s divine chocolate festival: 2017

Cosenza’s divine chocolate festival: 2017

by Image Earth Travel @ Image Earth Travel

October, 2017 What more can a devout chocoholic dream of, but a four-day feast of everything imaginable, in chocolate? Cosenza’s divine chocolate festival, dedicated to the Food of the Gods, delivers just that – sublime mouth-watering chocolate creations! Having experienced Cosenza’s delightful chocolate festival (Festa del Cioccolato) in 2016 and only a stone’s throw from our […]

5 Social Enterprises To Support While Visiting Nepal

by Bianca Caruana @ Backpacker Bible

If you haven’t visited Nepal then it should definitely be on your bucket list. This magical land beneath the himalayas is one of the most spectacular places on earth, and those who visit never leave the same. If it’s not the beauty of the scenery that will awe you, it’s the kindness and humbleness of […]

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Excursion to My Son

by ICS Travel Group @ ICS Travel Group

Travel to My Son, the former religious centre of the Champa Kingdom, a sophisticated civilization which held sway over the region from the 4th to the 13th centuries. The ruins of the five archaeological sites are located among green hills and winding streams. After a brief visit to the Visitor’s Centre for an overview of […]

Getting to the Mondulkiri Project during your holiday in Cambodia

Getting to the Mondulkiri Project during your holiday in Cambodia


Mondulkiri Project

Mondulkiri is a great place to visit during your holiday in Cambodia. Travelling to Sen Monorom, Mondulkiri is easy now that the road has been paved.

5 Days in London: The Ultimate London Itinerary

by Julie @ Earth Trekkers

There’s just something about London. With its iconic skyline, trendy neighborhoods, world-class museums, and long list of popular attractions, London is a city that every traveler should visit. We put together this 5-day London itinerary to help you have the best experience here. About this London Itinerary In general, I grouped sites together based on their location in order to ...

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Things to Do in Ho Chi Minh City: Landmark Buildings, Part 2

by Wes Thompson @ A Teacher Traveling

Things to Do in Ho Chi Minh City: Landmark Buildings Part 2 It’s so often the architecture that makes a city, and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, certainly has more than its fair share of outstanding structures. These add to the charm and attraction of this dynamic city and of course make for great photos […]

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The Resort in Kampot That Will Make You Feel Like (a Chilled-Out) Tarzan

by Jane @ My Five Acres

My Five Acres
My Five Acres - Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

This rustic resort in Kampot, Cambodia, is a perfect place to relax by Kampot river and experience the Cambodian countryside. For adventurers who are looking for a quiet retreat, this jungle hideaway is ideal. As a full-time traveller, I have stayed in all types of accommodation – luxury boutique hotels, colonial style beach resorts, family […]

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The best places for some tea and pastries in Kuala Lumpur that the Queen would approve

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

This post is brought to you by Traveloka  When you are in Kuala Lumpur but you’ve covered everything this city has to offer, all its touristic attractions and glory, what else can you do? If you are a person who enjoys their siesta time with the perfect cup of English tea and some scones to […]

Food and frivolity around Cosenza, Calabria: Part 2

Food and frivolity around Cosenza, Calabria: Part 2

by Image Earth Travel @ Image Earth Travel

April-June, 2017 Always so much food and frivolity around Cosenza in Southern Italy’s Calabria region, especially renown for its scrumptious food and wine! And who better to indulge than me? My ever-expanding waistline is a testament to the amazing food in this region, so if you visit, beware… There always seems to be something happening […]

What It’s Really Like to Travel in Costa Rica

What It’s Really Like to Travel in Costa Rica

by carolinarin @ Carolina Rinaldi

Costa Rica has been on my Bucket List for a while, but only started to take it seriously into consideration when me and Alle where looking for a destination where we could experience the place throughly in just over 2 … Read More

Traditional Italian cooking, Calabrese style

Traditional Italian cooking, Calabrese style

by Image Earth Travel @ Image Earth Travel

December, 2017 Ever been lucky enough to be invited to some traditional cooking in the surrounds of a cosy kitchen in Italy, Calabrese style? There’s always a first for everything… Another kind invitation to join our friends for a traditional Cosentini (locals from Cosenza) cook-up, Calabrese style, to make Cuddrurieddri. Today is the public holiday […]

How to Save Money When You Travel

by Charlie Stone @ Backpacker Bible

Travelling around a country or around the world can be the best time of your life. Unfortunately, it can also cost a lot of money. You can always get a better deal if you take the time to plan your travel or vacation well in advance. You can also go to places where other people […]

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SEE TEFL course interview with Hailey from America

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

A few months ago, I visited SEE TEFL in Chiang Mai to take a look at their brand-new school building in Chiang Mai. SEE TEFL is, of course, the TEFL school I attended when I arrived in Thailand around four years ago to get trained to become an English teacher. During my visit, I had […]

How to find short-term accommodation in Kraków

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

Before Chris and I left Vietnam for Poland we started looking for short-term accommodation in Kraków. We quickly found out that finding one for a good price is not as easy as we previously had thought. I had never rented a flat for such a short period of time in Europe. I was convinced that it […]

10 Reasons why you should take elephant rides off your bucket list

by Mondulkiri Project @ Mondulkiri Project

Elephants are beloved the world over, and as many people head off on their holidays, the chance to see them up close will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. But the latest research from World Animal Protection exposes the dark side of an industry that’s profiting from this demand. The torment starts at birth There is no [...]

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A Few Days on Ko Samui

A Few Days on Ko Samui

by snaptravelandpop @ Snap, Travel and Pop

We needed a holiday! Yes, I’m sure a lot of you will baulk at that statement but the months of traveling and volunteering were taking their toll. Traveling is exhausting and I’m sure some of you have uttered the words “I need another holiday just to recover!” when you have returned from your travels or … More A Few Days on Ko Samui

How To Find The Best Sites To Explore In Italy

by Scott Carruthers @ Backpacker Bible

Are you planning to go to Italy? I know that top on your mind is popular destinations such as the Coliseum, the city of Naples, and Sicily. Most travel advisors, like myself, D Scott Carruthers, will recommend these and other top tourist destinations. Once you start planning, you’ll notice that you cannot have enough of […]

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7 of the Best Yoga Travel Destinations for Your 2018 Adventures

by Jane @ My Five Acres

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If you think India is the ultimate yoga travel destination, think again! These 7 places (plus 7 great alternatives) are our picks for the very best yoga adventures in 2018! A couple of years ago, we made our first trip to India. Having heard from all our yogi friends what a mind-blowing spiritual experience it […]

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7 Best Scuba Diving Spots in Japan

by Jennifer Joslin @ Two Can Travel

This is a guest post from Tiffy, a.k.a. AsiaTravelBug. Tiffy has visited Japan 6 times. Her favorite cities are Kyoto and Tokyo and she would choose to visit Japan over Paris in a heartbeat. She is excited to share her picks for the best scuba diving spots in Japan!  7 Best Scuba Diving Spots in Japan […]

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Trekking to Wat Pha Lat in Chiang Mai

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

Wat Pha Lat, also known as Wat Sakithaka, is a small gem on the map of Chiang Mai. This quiet temple is hidden in the forest and is very often omitted by travellers, who head straight to the nearby Wat Phra That Doi Suthep – one of the most famous temples in the north of […]

Meet Phil, the man behind Thailand’s #1 TEFL website

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

Before I moved to Thailand I had done a lot of research about the country and teaching opportunities. I was a complete newbie. All I knew was that I really wanted to live in the Land of Smiles. I had no idea how much a teacher could earn, how to find a job and what […]

Hongkong – A city where Street meets Food and Fashion!

by Niko Margraf @ tastesomeculture

Hongkong food and fashion. I think everyone should have seen this incredible city at least once in his life. Actually not really part of my trip to Japan, I decided to make use of my stopover in Hongkong and spent a week there. And it was truly the right decision. The city of skyscrapers is a place […]

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Non Stop Action in Chiang Mai

Non Stop Action in Chiang Mai

by snaptravelandpop @ Snap, Travel and Pop

After our resting time in Ko Samui we flew into Chiang Mai fighting fit and ready to get back into the busy backpacker game with a few things on our must do list: Thai cooking lesson, Thai boxing lesson and get a Thai massage. Anything else was to be an added bonus.  First stop though was the … More Non Stop Action in Chiang Mai

Diving to Pemuteran Underwater Temple

by ICS Travel Group @ ICS Travel Group

Early morning set off Pemuteran, in the northwest of the island. This laid-back coastal village has become popular with visitors due to its waterfront resorts and the extreme natural beauty of the surrounding area – both inland and at sea. It is also home to the largest artificial biorock reef project, a marine conversation effort […]

Top 10 Vegan Eats in Sydney

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Having explored South East Asia for nearly 20 years and lived here for 4 years we have a good understanding of vegan travel in this region. We are currently looking for new countries to visit and Australia is on that list for sure; therefore when Olivia from Great Lost asked could she write about her […]

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Enjoying Life Through Vietnamese Coffee

by Wes Thompson @ A Teacher Traveling

Enjoying Life Through Vietnamese Coffee I love coffee. I also love living in Vietnam. Living in Saigon for the past seven years has provided an opportunity to enjoy the best of both. Having coffee is a favorite past-time of the Vietnamese and Vietnam has some of the best coffee shops on the planet, and lots […]

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Discover: Kanab

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When eating at Houston's restaurant in Kanab, Utah, tip the servers well; they pack pistols, although it's just for show -- allegedly.

Beautiful Scalea, Southern Italy

Beautiful Scalea, Southern Italy

by Image Earth Travel @ Image Earth Travel

September, 2017 On a stretch of coastline called the “Riviera dei Cedri”, facing the Tyrrhenian Sea, the beautiful seaside resort town of Scalea, greets you only an hour and a half’s drive north of Cosenza, in Southern Italy. As our good travelling friends from the UK are staying with us for a week, what better spot for sight-seeing […]

Al-Sham Ranks Among the Best Restaurants in Saigon

by Wes Thompson @ A Teacher Traveling

Al-Sham Ranks Among the Best Restaurants in Saigon Do you enjoy dining at some of the best restaurants in Saigon? Vietnamese food is without a doubt one of the treasures of world cuisine. In Saigon, also known as Ho Chi Minh City, there are thousands of excellent places to dine and the city is a […]

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8 reasons why you should become an Online English Teacher

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

When I started working as an online English teacher I didn’t know what to expect, but I knew that it was going to be better than working at a school, or for a big corporation. I wanted to be independent and wanted to be my own boss. So, I took the leap and I have […]

Photo Diary: A Day in Cambridge

by carolinarin @ Carolina Rinaldi

I’m being really bad in staying after the blog, but it’s quite difficult to write a travel blog if you’re stuck in the same town all the time! I won’t let this stop me though, so here’s a photo diary … Read More

The Best Eco Yoga Mat to Energize Your Practice in 2018

by Stephen @ My Five Acres

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If you’re looking for an eco yoga mat that is durable, comfortable, and non slip, you’ve come to the right place! I’ve tried all of these yoga mats and my reviews will help you choose the right mat for you body and your practice. Students are always asking me what yoga mat I use. Because […]

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5 of the Best Scuba Diving Spots in the Philippines

by Jennifer Joslin @ Two Can Travel

Scuba diving is your ticket to a world underwater, where life exists at every improbable turn in the most vivid arrays of colors, shapes and sizes. We’ve long heard that the Philippines boasts some of the most incredible dive sites in the world. But with over 7,000 islands making up the Philippines, where do you […]

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Southern Italy: trekking in the Calabrian snow

Southern Italy: trekking in the Calabrian snow

by Image Earth Travel @ Image Earth Travel

December, 2017 Trekking in the Calabrian snow? Sure, why not, when you’re in southern Italy… Travel With an invitation to join friends on a trek in the mountains on this winter’s day, how can anyone refuse? Unless you have a car, it’s pretty tricky to catch public transport from Cosenza to where we are going […]

Gay Pride 2012: MStyle launches new website

by CamboGuide @ Cambodia Travel Guide

Today, Wednesday 16th May 2012 at Chaktuk Muk Theatre (Sisowath Quay), MStyle Khmer will launch its new website. The event is not just a presentation of the new site, there will be fun games, prizes, performances, give aways and free on site training on how to use our new website. The website launch starts at around 6pm, but doors are open from 5pm and admission is free. (Snacks are free too, by the way!). For more information please contact 077 283977.

The new colourful and cute MStyle posters will decorate the hall at the theatre:

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The 7 best Street Food Cities – a culinary trip around the world

by Niko Margraf @ tastesomeculture

Every big city in the world combines a lot of distinctive cuisines and types of food. They attract people from different regions all over the world which makes megacities giant food hubs with multicultural influences. There is so much to explore and even though food in the countryside might be really authentic and traditional, what makes street food in metropolises special […]

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Cost of living in Thailand: Can you afford it?

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

Thailand is not only popular because of its weather, food and smiling people, but also because of relatively low prices. You can live here comfortably on around $500 a month. It all depends on which part of the country you want to live in and what kind of lifestyle you prefer. Expats, who have been […]

Is the Climbodia Discovery Tour One of the Best Things to do in Kampot?

Is the Climbodia Discovery Tour One of the Best Things to do in Kampot?


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If you're looking for things to do in Kampot, the Climbodia Discovery Tour will challenge you mentally and physically – and leave you wanting more!

Image Earth Faces Photographic Exhibition: Cerisano, Italy

Image Earth Faces Photographic Exhibition: Cerisano, Italy

by Image Earth Travel @ Image Earth Travel

January, 2018 Image Earth Faces Photographic Exhibition is my first solo exhibition in Italy, which opened 5th January, in the stunning Palazzo Sersale in Cerisano, and runs until the 15th January.  Some background on exhibitions Although I’ve been involved with group exhibitions since 2012, which are much easier to be a part of, my first […]

Pong Kwao Hot Springs: A very hot attraction in Northern Thailand

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

Pong Kwao Hot Springs is a a hidden gem in the area of Chiang Mai. It’s hard to find and one must have quite a bit of time on their hands to navigate through the mountain roads to find it. But, once you get there, it will be hard for you to leave. Chris and […]

Asmat Tribe Adventure

by ICS Travel Group @ ICS Travel Group

Enjoy an incredible adventure living alongside the primitive Asmat tribe, who live in secluded traditional villages along the vast system of rivers that flow into the Arafura Sea. Day 1: Timika – Ewer – Agats Your tour starts in Timika. From here take an 11-seater pioneer flight to Ewer, an airstrip in the Asmat region. […]

SEE TEFL Course Interview with Mandy from Mexico

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

A few months ago, I visited SEE TEFL in Chiang Mai to take a look at their brand-new school building in Chiang Mai. SEE TEFL is of course the TEFL school I attended when I arrived in Thailand around four years ago to get trained to become an English teacher. During my visit I had […]

Hon Thom Island Fishing Village

by Huyen Pham @ Phu Quoc

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Hon Thom Island: A look Back The new Phu Quoc Cable Car will bring Hon Thom Island into the global spotlight and plans for the transformation of this bean shaped island, Phu Quoc Districts second largest, into an ecotourism destination will be executed and thus forever transforming the land and the lives of all of Hon Thom's inhabitants.  Here is a look ... Read More

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Discover: Graz

by @ Wikitravel

UPC Arena in Graz, Austria was renamed in 1997 to honor native son Arnold Schwarzenegger, but the old name was restored in 2005 over the governor's support of the death penalty.

Vegan Guide to the Maldives

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Ah the Maldives! Possibly one of the most beautiful places on earth with crystal clear waters, wildlife, white sand beaches and sunsets to die for. Heading to the Maldives is often a trip of a lifetime, perhaps for your honeymoon or to celebrate something special, or maybe just for an indulgent trip to paradise. But no […]

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Exploring the Valley of Fire near Las Vegas, Nevada

by Julie @ Earth Trekkers

The Valley of Fire is a brilliant, colorful spot located in Nevada, just one hour from Las Vegas. Filled with panoramic vistas, hiking trails, petroglyphs, and stunning red and pink rock formations, the Valley of Fire makes an excellent day trip from Vegas. What is the Valley of Fire? The Valley of Fire is a state park located 50 miles ...

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Vegan Green Curry Recipe

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Every time we go to Thailand we make it our mission to eat as much Gaeng Kiew Wan Pak as we can (that’s vegetable green curry if you hadn’t already guessed). It’s a habit we’ve been developing for nearly 20 years of travel to the land of smiles but we can never quite get enough […]

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Long-term visas to Thailand

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

If you are reading this post, it means that you’re either moving to Thailand, or you would like to move. I am sure that you’ve searched the Internet and you’re still confused which visa to choose. Long-term visas to Thailand is not an easy subject. You need a lot of patience and have quite a […]

Another border – Kampot (Cambodia) to Phu Quoc Island (Vietnam)

Another border – Kampot (Cambodia) to Phu Quoc Island (Vietnam)

by Image Earth Travel @ Kampot – Image Earth Travel

November, 2014 The sketchy plan for the day is to travel from Kampot (Cambodia) via the border crossing at Hà Tiên (Vietnam), then hopefully catch a ferry across to the final destination of Phu Quoc Island to relax. Crossing a Cambodian border can be a headache at the best of times as “you never know what you’re […]

Kampot Cambodia

Kampot Cambodia


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Kampot is a sleepy riverside town which is the gateway to Bokor National Park.

Vegan Guide to Cebu

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Cebu is a province in the Philippines with 167 islands to explore, including Mactan (where the airport is) and Cebu Island where the bustling Cebu City can be found. Despite most people telling us that finding vegan food in Cebu would be difficult, we managed to survive and our vegan guide to Cebu will show you […]

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When Best to travel to Vietnam?

by Cuong Nguyen @ Travel Sense Asia

Decide when best to travel to Vietnam will give you some confuse because Vietnam is the tropical monsoon climate. That is the reason why you should choose the best time to visit each place in Vietnam, however, there are some months which is suitable for all parts of Vietnam. This article will show you the […]

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Sen Monorom to Siem Reap VIP Minivan

by Mondulkiri Project @ Mondulkiri Project

Sen Monorom to Siem Reap Instead of having to travel from Sen Monorom to Siem Reap via Phnom Penh there is now a VIP minivan that travels directly from Sen Monorom to Siem Reap. The Rithya Mondulkiri Express leaves the main street of Sen Monorom daily at 7.45am.  It stops for lunch at Kompong Cham [...]

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Overland from Chiang Mai to Vientiane: A cheap and easy way to get from Thailand to Laos

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

Travelling overland from Chiang Mai to Vientiane is an easy and cheap way to get from Thailand to Laos. It is a very popular way of doing visa and border runs for many backpackers and expats, who want to stay in the Land of Smiles a bit longer. Ticket prices are reasonable – for only 750 […]

Blue Lime Phnom Penh – A Tranquil Retreat in the Heart of the City

by Jane @ My Five Acres

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This boutique hotel in Phnom Penh is the perfect retreat from the buzz and hum of the city. For people who want to stay in the city centre but also enjoy a spot of quiet relaxation, Blue Lime Phnom Penh is ideal. As with most cities, many of the hotels in Phnom Penh city centre […]

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Scotland’s NC500 Easter Roadtrip

by carolinarin @ Carolina Rinaldi

This Easter holidays, we decided to do something a bit different: from the Canary Islands to the Scottish Highlands, we swapped our sandals with trekking boots, and made our way North. We flew to Inverness on the Monday evening, and were welcomed … Read More

The Splendors of Vietnamese Food, Part 2

by Wes Thompson @ A Teacher Traveling

The Splendors of Vietnamese Food Part 2 Part of an occasional series on Vietnamese cuisine.  My previous post on “The Splendors of Vietnamese Food” focused on Vietnamese soups, which are delicious and hardy and are not just a component of a meal, but rather, are meals in themselves! This time, we’ll look at some other […]

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Siem Reap to Sen Monorom via Kampong Cham

by Mondulkiri Project @ Mondulkiri Project

Siem Reap to Sen Monorom The Rithya Mondulkiri Express has a new service that operates once a day from Siem Reap to Sen Monorom.   Now you will no longer need to go via Phnom Penh and change minivans there to visit the elephants at the Mondulkiri Project.  This minivan travels through Kampong Cham and [...]

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Steam train through the Sila, Southern Italy

Steam train through the Sila, Southern Italy

by Image Earth Travel @ Image Earth Travel

May, 2017 Staying in Rogliano is fast becoming a frequent occurrence, but who’s complaining? Especially with a wonderful steam train trip organised through the beautiful Sila National Park, in Southern Italy. With another wonderful weekend sleep-over in Rogliano, on this occasion, the Il Treno della Sila day trip (€16) is booked – and what a day it […]

Unique Accommodation in Cambodia

by Jennifer Joslin @ Two Can Travel

Unique Accommodation in Cambodia Cambodia has no shortage of incredible accommodation options, most costing less than half of what you’d spend for a night in a chain hotel in the USA or Europe. From boutique hotels to eco lodges, jungle stays, and historic buildings, we have been lucky to experience a wide range of unique accommodation […]

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10 Cool Travel Spots to Visit in 2018

by Julie @ Earth Trekkers

Are you looking for cool travel spots to visit? How about somewhere different than the ultra-popular Paris, London, New York City, or even Iceland? Sure, those are all amazing, but if you are looking for a place that is a little more unique, we have some ideas for you. This is not an “off-the-beaten-path” list nor is it a “best ...

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Hogmanay // New Year Scottish Way

by carolinarin @ Carolina Rinaldi

Truth is, when me and Alle found out we were going to have one week more of holiday than expected, we faced a horrible dilemma: where should we go? Should we even go anywhere or save for another, longer travel … Read More

Discover: Bohinj

by @ Wikitravel

Medieval frescoes in the Church of St. John the Baptist in Bohinj, Slovenia often show figures with large swellings of the neck (goiters), caused by lack of iodine in the local diet.

How to become an online English teacher?

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

We live in a world where you don’t need to leave your house to be able to go to school. Thanks to the internet and developed technology we can learn whatever we want and wherever we are. We can also teach anywhere, whether it’s a hostel in Thailand or a nice Airbnb apartment in Italy. […]

January in Breb. Life in the Freezer

by Alyson Long for World Travel Family @ World Travel Family

We’ve been waiting for this. When we first had the idea of basing ourselves in Romania, locals told us winter temperatures can easily drop to -25C. We checked online, we couldn’t find any records of temperatures that low, so we kind of didn’t believe it but wanted to find out what it was like. With […]

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Discover: Japan

by @ Wikitravel

Good things come in threes — and in Japan, the list includes views, castles, gardens, mountains, hot springs and giant Buddha statues.

Excursion to Trang An

by ICS Travel Group @ ICS Travel Group

Journey just outside town to Trang An Grottoes, southwest of Hoa Lu ancient capital inside Trang An Eco Tourism Complex. This area is includes limestone ranges, valleys, caves and rivers; Trang An Grottoes also hosts Vuc Vong Temple, and the Khong residence. Embark on a small, hand rowed sampan, and begin your journey along green […]

Travel from Kampot to Vietnam without a package tour

Travel from Kampot to Vietnam without a package tour


Backpacker Bible

Travelling from Sihanoukville / Kampot / Kep – Cambodia to Can Tho / HCMC – Vietnam without a package deal. When travelling from Sihanoukville, Kampot or even Kep to Vietnam a tour company named Kampot Tours and Travel is the usual choice to get to destinations in Vietnam. Many people opt for a simple complete …

Cambodia’s Water Festival

by Cassie @ Move to Cambodia

Cambodia’s famous Water Festival is one of the highlights of the calendar year, bringing together people from across the country for three unforgettable days of boat racing, fireworks and festivities. Heralding the end of the rainy season and the coming … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Make the Most of Your Time in Manila

by Jennifer Joslin @ Two Can Travel

Manila, Philippines is a huge metropolis that can feel overwhelming when you first arrive. There are so many things to see, do and eat, that’s it’s hard to know where to begin! That’s why we’re excited to share this guest post by Roger Timbrook from Expert World Travel who gives his first hand advice on ways to […]

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A dogs life on Phu Quoc Island

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A Dog's Life on Phu Quoc Island Recently we caught up with “Jimmy“, a cute little dog living on the main island of Phu Quoc, along with his two owners.  The following is an interview from Jimmy's perspective that will offer those of you who are planning on bringing a pet to Phu Quoc some insight from both a local ... Read More

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Vang Vieng: Pub Tubing Mega Spot

Vang Vieng: Pub Tubing Mega Spot

by snaptravelandpop @ Snap, Travel and Pop

This was the place that first sparked our interest in Laos when we were younger. A place of backpacker folklore. A crazy place where the parties are wild and centered around the town’s key activity – tubing! And what is not to love about this tubing? You get a big inflatable tube, use it to … More Vang Vieng: Pub Tubing Mega Spot

Gero: A Naked Englishman Walks into a Japanese Onsen…

Gero: A Naked Englishman Walks into a Japanese Onsen…

by snaptravelandpop @ Snap, Travel and Pop

Gero is considered to be one of the three major hot spring hot spots in Japan and as it is well connected with Kyoto we thought we’d take up the opportunity to stay a few nights and try out a traditional Japanese Onsen. An Onsen is the Japanese version of a public hot spring with bathing facilities. … More Gero: A Naked Englishman Walks into a Japanese Onsen…

Siem Reap Vegan Villa

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Back in January 2014, we gave up our lives in the UK and set off on an indefinite vegan travel adventure which without a doubt, turned out to be awesome. We visited multiple countries in Asia and then seemed to get happily stuck in Cambodia, where we set up Siem Reap Vegan Villa. We love to […]

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Getting Off the Beaten Path in Seoul, South Korea

by Jennifer Joslin @ Two Can Travel

Getting Off the Beaten Path in Seoul, South Korea Wondering what you will do on your next trip to Seoul, South Korea? As the capital and largest city in all of South Korea, there can be so much to see, do and eat that it can be a little overwhelming! This compiled list of the […]

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Travel from Kep to Mondulkiri

by Mondulkiri Project @ Mondulkiri Project

Travel from Kep to Mondulkiri can easily be done in one day using two minivans with a change at Phnom Penh. We recommend you use the Champa Mekong minivan service to travel from Kep to Mondulkiri because they leave the earliest. Champa Mekong departs Kep at 7.30am and arrives in Phnom Penh around 11am. Minivans departs Phnom [...]

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Street food Tour in Bangkok’s Chinatown with TakeMeTour

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

Bangkok’s Chinatown, or Yaowarat, definitely earns its spot on the list of must-see places in Thailand’s capital. It is home to one of the city’s most iconic streets and a haven for street food lovers. I have been to Bangkok many times before, but for some reason, I’ve never made it to Chinatown. That’s why […]

Luang Prabang, Laos: More than just a mouthful

Luang Prabang, Laos: More than just a mouthful

by snaptravelandpop @ Snap, Travel and Pop

Luang Prabang was our first proper Laos stop after our two day slow boat down the Mekong seeing mud hut villages and staying in small riverside towns. It was nice to be back on firm ground again and we were looking forward to seeing what Laos’ second biggest city had to offer us. We arrived … More Luang Prabang, Laos: More than just a mouthful

Long Neck Village: One of the worst attractions in Northern Thailand

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

There are attractions in Thailand that I would never want to see. These include so called tiger kingdoms, where wild cats are drugged and forced to pose for photos with tourists, or places where elephants are trained to paint pictures or ride bicycles. I wouldn’t visit them because mass tourism is distasteful, but also because […]

Cambodia in two weeks: holiday itinerary

Cambodia in two weeks: holiday itinerary


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Enchanting archaeological sites, charming colonial towns, hilltop temples and tropical beaches make Cambodia an inviting and cheap getaway for intrepid travellers

Discover: Tokyo

by @ Wikitravel

Want to visit the Northern, Western, Eastern and Southern Capitals? Book flights to Beijing, Xian, Tokyo and Nanjing.

The ultimate Barcelona Travel Guide – living like a local!

by Niko Margraf @ tastesomeculture

Barcelona – after living there for the last 6 months it was really hard for me to go back to Germany. Especially during a time where spring is already in full process, temperatures are rising and people are getting happier due to the good weather. During the last half a year I was not only living in […]

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Kampot Cambodia, Lovely But Bad Internet! – World Travel Family

Kampot Cambodia, Lovely But Bad Internet! – World Travel Family


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I’ve never experienced internet as bad and as unpredictable as here in Kampot Cambodia, anywhere ( this was before our last trip to India!). OK, it was really bad in our guest house in Phnom Penh, but we left after 1 night so it didn’t really have time to get to me, but Kampot, on …

Ukrainian International Airlines: Why I don’t want to save money on flights anymore

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

Ukrainian International Airlines are one of the top airlines that fly between Thailand and Europe and because of their prices many people choose to holiday in the tropics. Expats from many countries very often use deals and promotions from UIA to visit their families, or to go for a short break to their home countries. Prices are […]

Travel news: Monte Carlo Las Vegas Update

by @ Wikitravel

As of today, Las Vegas' Monte Carlo Casino Hotel remains closed pending the investigation of last week's fire and the impending repair work. At this time, reservations at the Monte Carlo are being moved to other MGM Mirage hotels. In addition, the Lance Burton show will be suspended for the time being and all tickets that have already been purchased will be refunded.

How to get to Kep from Sihanoukville, Siem Reap and Kampot

How to get to Kep from Sihanoukville, Siem Reap and Kampot


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After that, most of them will make their way down to the South of the country to Kampot, Kep or Sihanoukville for some rest and relaxation after the heat of Siem Reap. If you are a budget conscious traveler such as myself, you will want to avoid flying from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh

Travel Sense Asia(TSA) will attend The Travel Mart AEC from Jan 16 – Jan 19 2018 in Myanmar

by Cuong Nguyen @ Travel Sense Asia

The Travel Mart AEC is the overarching voice of travel trade partners in the ASEAN Economic Community. It was first conceptualized by travel and leisure gurus as the go-to marketing arm of businesses who wish to showcase their travel products and services locally and abroad. Fueled by their passion and determination to see the industry […]

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Where to Eat in Siem Reap, Cambodia

by Jennifer Joslin @ Two Can Travel

Where to Eat in Siem Reap, Cambodia Siem Reap, Cambodia is known for Angkor Wat, the largest and oldest religious monument in the world. What many travelers don’t know is that it is also one of the best places to experience Cambodian cuisine in both it’s traditional and more modern forms. After many visits to […]

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Travelling to Tanzania? 5 Reasons to Book Local

by Viva Africa Tours @ Backpacker Bible

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Things to do in Turin Italy in One Day: Pizza, Gelato & Must-See Sights

by Stephen @ My Five Acres

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Here’s your guide to things to do in Turin Italy in one day, including the best pizza and gelato as recommended by our local friends! It includes a self-guided walking tour map, too. Though it’s not a huge city like Rome or a capital of fashion like Milan, Turin Italy (also known as Torino) is […]

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Discover: Saudi Arabia

by @ Wikitravel

Don't look for nightlife in Saudi Arabia: alcohol, dancing, movies and mingling with the opposite sex are all prohibited.

Guanacaste Coast, Costa Rica Pt 1

by carolinarin @ Carolina Rinaldi

Guanacaste is the Western region of Costa Rica, admittedly the most popular part among tourists. Still, we never felt like we were in an overly crowded environment, nor that Costa Rica lost its Latin feel (although there’s a lot of … Read More

Gay Pride 2012 Phnom Penh Venues

by CamboGuide @ Cambodia Travel Guide

So where are the venues for the activities, workshops, parties, film screenings and other events during the Cambodia Gay Pride Week 2012?

Well, see for yourself on the two maps below for Phnom Penh North and Phnom Penh South. Please remember that - although the main focus is on the Cambodian capital - there are also activities in Siem Reap and Battambang.

For a full schedule of the events from May 11th till May 20th, please check the Cambodia Gay Pride 2012 Agenda at this website.

 

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This Phnom Penh Boutique Hotel is a Unique Retreat in the City Centre

by Jane @ My Five Acres

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This Phnom Penh boutique hotel is perfect for couples or families who want comfort, style, and a peaceful place to retreat after exploring the bustling city. There’s a special magic that happens when a hotel finds the right balance between comfort, design, and a welcoming atmosphere. TeaHouse Asian Urban Hotel, a welcoming boutique hotel in […]

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Review: Giant Ibis bus, Phnom Penh to HCMC – Move to Cambodia

Review: Giant Ibis bus, Phnom Penh to HCMC – Move to Cambodia


Move to Cambodia

We review the Giant Ibis bus journey from Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh City (aka Saigon). With prices and schedules.

Guide For New Visitors On Where To Go Myanmar

by Cuong Nguyen @ Travel Sense Asia

Wonder where to go Myanmar for the most meaningful memories? The following is our 7-day travel itinerary on the top-ranked destinations in the country you can have a chance to visit all. Also called the Golden Land, Myanmar is a spectacular country which is still relatively untouched by tourism. Thanks to thousands of iconic sights […]

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A Music Lovers Guide to Toronto

by Charlie Stone @ Backpacker Bible

Canada is home to some great artists and lots of music lovers. The country is flooded with magnanimous concert halls and spots to find great live music. Toronto is no exception. It holds a large number of music spots which have been the love of music lovers for a long time. Toronto offers a lot […]

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Discover: Lubbock

by @ Wikitravel

Among the objects on display at the Buddy Holly Center in Lubbock, Texas, memorializing the city's favorite son, is a giant-size replica of the rocker's trademark glasses.

4 awesome rooftop bars in Chiang Mai

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

Chiang Mai is a place where it’s good to slow down and relax. During the day you can spend your time shopping in various boutiques and malls, or drink coffee in a beautiful and stylish cafe. And when the sun sets you can head to one of the bars in the city and mingle with […]

From Sweden To Phu Quoc With Love

by Huyen Pham @ Phu Quoc

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  From sweden To Phu Quoc with love We recently caught up with a newly engaged couple from Sweden who visited Phu Quoc in 2017.  The following is their account of the island. Interview Tell us a little about yourself. Who are you and where are you from? → My name is Mikael Bellon and my fiances name is Sarita Sihvonen, ... Read More

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A Weekend in Gatlinburg and Great Smoky Mountains National Park

by Julie @ Earth Trekkers

In an attempt to catch the last of the autumn colors, Tim and I went a road trip to the Great Smoky Mountains in early November. We spent a weekend exploring Great Smoky Mountains National Park, using Gatlinburg, Tennessee as our home base. Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the United States’ most visited national park. It actually receives twice ...

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Discover: Takaoka

by @ Wikitravel

On your way from Takaoka to the Vladivostok ferry? Take a look out the window: the name of the Himi train line means Ice-Watching.

Places to Visit in Singapore

by Alyson Long for World Travel Family @ World Travel Family

We spent almost 2 weeks in Singapore at Christmas and split our time between a budget hostel near the Singapore River, a short walk from the marina, quays and Marina Bay Sands, and a more luxury Resorts World Hotel on Sentosa Island. We also took the opportunity to take a 3 day break to an […]

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Glastonbury Festival 2017 – here comes the sun!

Glastonbury Festival 2017 – here comes the sun!

by Image Earth Travel @ Image Earth Travel

June, 2017 Who would have thought I’d be back in the UK doing another Glastonbury Festival but with sunshine this time? Having no intention of returning to the UK after last year’s run-in with Border Force, here I am back, but also raring to go, and to another Glastonbury (Glasto) festival. Having experienced being a […]

Travel from Sihanoukville to Mondulkiri

by Mondulkiri Project @ Mondulkiri Project

Travel from Sihanoukville to Mondulkiri can easily be done in one day using two minivans with a change at Phnom Penh.  In only one day you can move from the beaches of western Cambodia to the hills and forests of eastern Cambodia. We recommend you catch an early minivan from Sihanoukville to Phnom Penh.  If [...]

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How to get from Bangkok to Hpa An via Mae Sot

by Ben Reeson @ Backpacker Bible

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The Street Food Guide – 8 Tips on how and where to find authentic Street Food

by Niko Margraf @ tastesomeculture

Street Food is an expression which isn’t being used that much in the western world. Most people might confuse it with western Fast Food but for me it has nothing in common. I’d like to give you a small introduction of how I see Street Food and what it means to me. Talking about Street Food […]

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Kampot – Southern Cambodia

Kampot – Southern Cambodia

by Image Earth Travel @ Kampot – Image Earth Travel

November, 2014 Unpretentious Kampot is slowly becoming a popular destination on a traveller’s map. The lure of a quieter charming riverside town especially after Phnom Penh, which offers an array of Cambodia’s finest, if dilapidated, collection of French colonial architecture, is very appealing.  More appealing to me as a pepper-lover and have been accused of drowning my food […]

Captive Elephants or Domesticated Elephants

by Mondulkiri Project @ Mondulkiri Project

Should the elephants living at the Mondulkiri Project’s elephant sanctuary be classified as Captive Elephants or Domesticated Elephants? The capture and taming of elephants began in the Indus Valley more than 4,000 years ago and people have continued to capture, train and work them since that time.  Captive Asian elephants are often referred to as [...]

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Moving to Chiang Mai: How much money do you need for the start?

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

If after visiting Chiang Mai you started thinking that it would be a great place to move to for a little while, or you want to become a teacher here and stay in the north of Thailand longer, then you must be wondering how much money you need, so moving to Chiang Mai wouldn’t be […]

Buses and 2 Day Boozey Slow Boats from Pai via Chiang Rai to Luang Prabang

Buses and 2 Day Boozey Slow Boats from Pai via Chiang Rai to Luang Prabang

by snaptravelandpop @ Snap, Travel and Pop

As we weren’t in any rush we opted for a 3 day journey into Laos. The journey was to include: Pick up from Pai to Chiang Kong via Chiang Rai Overnight stay in the border town of Chiang Kong Crossing the Laos border and getting a visa Slow boat along the Mekong Delta to Pakbeng … More Buses and 2 Day Boozey Slow Boats from Pai via Chiang Rai to Luang Prabang

The best places to live in Thailand

by Joanna @ The Blond Travels

You have been thinking of living in Thailand for a long time now. You read forums, reviews, take part in discussions on Facebook groups, calculate the costs of living and wonder how to live in Thailand permanently. This type of decisions is not easy. Among of all other things, you need to make a decision […]

How to get from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap (and vice versa)

by Lina @ Move to Cambodia

These days, there are a couple of easy ways to go from Phnom Penh and Siem Reap and from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh including bus, boat, plane, taxi, and mini-bus. There are options to fit every budget, but some … Continue reading

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Favorite Photos, Favorite Moments of 2017

by Julie @ Earth Trekkers

Just like that, another year comes to an end. As we get ready to flip the calendar over into 2018, it’s nice to look back and reflect on the past year. For us, 2017 was all about balancing work and school and sports with as much travel as possible. It was a hectic year, but we all think that, don’t ...

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Discover: Aberdeen

by @ Wikitravel

Among the artifacts displayed at The Gordon Highlanders Museum in Aberdeen, Scotland is a flag from Hitler's staff car. (Don't ask how they got it.)

Discover: Kratie

by @ Wikitravel

The interior of the Phnom Sombok temple in Kratie, Cambodia is decorated with torture scenes for the edification of the non-virtuous visitor.

Dining In The Dark In Saigon

by amizuchan @ Wide Eyed Tours

The city of Saigon on any day is a heady onslaught on all of your senses with its chaotic traffic, tooting horns, street food stalls, neon lights and general excitement around every corner. So to find a dark and silent sanctuary in the centre of this heaving city is heaven to the senses. Down a […]

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Kampot - Ho Chi Minh by Bus

Kampot - Ho Chi Minh by Bus


Carolina Rinaldi

Another quick post just to share with you my bus experience from Cambodia to Vietnam, so that hopefully you won't repeat my mistake... If you're travelling from South Cambodia (Sihanoukville, Kampo...

Ho Chi Minh City to Angkor Wat cycling tours, Vietnam and Cambodia

Ho Chi Minh City to Angkor Wat cycling tours, Vietnam and Cambodia


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Ho Chi Minh City to Angkor Wat cycling tours, Vietnam and Cambodia. Cycle through untouched Vietnamese and Cambodian villages, from �1380 (12 days) ex flights. Run by a specialist tour operator

ICS Donates Sports Equipment to Local School

by ICS Travel Group @ ICS Travel Group

ICS team members in our Bangkok, Thailand office initiated a project to support at-need school children.  Our staff-led program for environmental responsibility and community service (known internally as GreenICS) organized a “flea market” and auction, allowing staff members to raise money by donating used items. The GreenICS team used the funds to purchase new sports […]

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