If you have traveled in South East Asia you may have noticed that the motorbike can be used for such much more than from just getting from A to B. They are people movers, delivery trucks and livestock transportation. The use of motorbikes in South East Asia is the perfect example of how people make do with whatever they have – and it makes for some weird and wonderful sights to the uninitiated! Motorbikes South East Asia
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Berlin is Germany’s Cultural Capital that has it all! A super cool city it is celebrated for its nightlife, art scene and amazing architecture which seamlessly combines the past with the present. Weekend Berlin Travel Guide. Berlin Top Things
Join me for a run down of Berlin’s Highlights – all which can be visited within 48 hours!
Amsterdam. A town referenced by it’s red light district and legal cannabis, it’s safe to to say that it’s stereotypical visitor is looking for something a little different to traditional tourist activities. Yes, there are cruises along the canals, and world class museums to explore, but a lot of people are looking for the salacious. From trying a space cake in one of Amsterdam’s famous coffee shops, to a stroll past scantily clad women in windows lit up along the canal each night, Amsterdam offers people a peek into an erotic sex-fueled world whilst leaving it entirely up to the individual to decide how far down the rabbit hole to go. Join me for a tour of the best museums in Amsterdam that celebrate sex, drugs, beer & cocktails!
Have you always wanted to do a tour of Europe but not quite sure where to start? Feeling overwhelmed by choices about where to stop, how long to stay and how much will it cost? Then this post is for you! And if you haven’t already worked it out, I like BIG action packed multi-destination trips – and this one is no different!
Join me as I tour 10 major European cities by train on a budget of £50/$70USD/$90AUD per person per day.
Everyone has heard of Koh Phangan. It is just one of the many tropical islands off the coast of Thailand that has made a name for itself as the home of the famous Full Moon Party – a ‘Bucket List’ experience for so many people. Our own visit was no exception, but at the same time I had no desire to stay in Haad Rin (where the party is held) and where you could guarantee boozed up backpackers falling about in the street at all hours of each day/night – whether it was the party night or not! (You might remember my aversion to drunk backpackers from my post about Vang Vieng).
Now, don’t get me wrong – I’m not lumping every backpacker into this category, and a big blow out every once in a while can be healthy (and fun!) but I just don’t like to be/stay in that kind of environment. So where else should you stay? Read on to find why Haad Salad is the best place to stay on Koh Phangan!