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
If there's a heaven, I may have found it. Home to world class street food, funky street art and upmarket shopping, Penang ticks off all the boxes! I had planned to stay here for a couple of days before deciding on my next moves and was keen to take in (aka eat all I could) … Continue reading Penang Food Tour – Part 1
The time had come to leave Thailand and while it was sad to leave this beautiful friendly country, it was time to move onto another. This time, Malaysia!I had decided to take the real traveller option and head south via an overnight train. The flights weren't much more expensive but I had time to kill … Continue reading Making My Way to Malaysia..
It was another early start for me as I was playing tourist again today. This time I was off to Doi Inthanon National Park - the highest point in Thailand. Technically it was part of the Himalayan mountain ranges but I must admit after hiking to Everest Base Camp, every other mountain seemed like a … Continue reading Visiting the Highest Point in Thailand!
After my stint being a Chiang Mai local, I felt it was time to act be a tourist again and see what everyone else was coming here to see. I had originally planned to stay in Chiang Rai for a couple of days but changed my mind because they only thing I really wanted to … Continue reading Visiting the White Temple & Golden Triangle
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!