Ah travelling, unlike the all-expenses paid holidays most people go on once a year to use up their annual leave, there are people out there who spend months on the road going from country to country. From the outside it looks like a dream, constantly going from one exotic location to another, experiencing new things … Continue reading 10 Things You Stop Giving A S**t About When You Travel Long Term
I woke up early this morning, determined to see all the wonderful street art sans the crowds of tourists. By early I mean I was out of the hostel by 8:30am, but still that's early for most backpackers - the hostel was dead quiet when I left! Penang is famous for its unique street art, … Continue reading Traipsing around Penang
I spent two weeks in Chiang Mai to unwind after Nepal. I went straight from working 45+ hours a week to hiking to the base of Mt Everest and it wa time for this gal to have a holiday. This was my first time I'd spent such a long period alone but it was definitely … Continue reading Chiang Mai in Visuals
It was time to leave the chaotic country of Nepal to somewhere more laidback and calm. I hadn't organised anything past my Everest Base Camp hike so I had a thousand options to choose from before settling on North Thailand. I'd been to Thailand twice before but both times were in the south so I … Continue reading Welcome to Chiang Mai!
After our little adventure getting very close to nature, we had no time to catch our breath. Next stop was the elephant breeding centre to play with some baby elephants. If you know me well, then you know that I'm a bit animal mad. Particularly when it comes to baby animals, especially large baby animals … Continue reading Elephant Baths and Jeep Safaris
Back into the craziness Kathmandu and it wasnt long before I was wishing I was still high in the mountains where it was a bit cooler and quieter! Kathmandu is a dusty, hot jumble of people, motorbikes and stray dogs. After being in a car-free environment for almost two weeks, it was a bit of … Continue reading Exploring Old Kathmandu
Our time in Dingboche was mainly to acclimatise so we had an extra day here relax and find some extra red blood cells to keep us oxgenated up higher! There wasn't a whole lot to do in Dingboche so we spent most of our time reading, washing clothes or playing UNO. The morning after we … Continue reading EBC Trek – Dingboche