Japan is one place I have put a lot of thought into. I was expecting weird and my first night there did not disappoint!
In desperate need of escape from Bangkok, Khao Sok is the obvious place to go, I now want to live in a treehouse!
Continue reading “Khao Sok – Spiders, Tree houses and Tropical Storms”
26 hours on a Chinese sleeper train sounds like a terrible way to spend a day, and an hour. Cramped beds, no where to sit, 60 people in a carriage, no air con, no showers, dirty squatting toilets and everyone’s smell. But I would do it again and again.
Continue reading “Chengdu – Pandas, Hot Pot and Party”
Beijing is famous for the Great Wall, its 2008 Olympic park and of course it’s smog, but we had blue skies throughout! (Almost.)
Continue reading “Beijing – Sheep Balls, Great Walls and Sore Legs.”
Visiting the home of martial arts brought out my calling in life, and my spirit animal, not a lion, not the famous dragon… the frog of course!
I have been in mainland China for 3 days, my back is covered in love bites and I have had more selfies and free drinks than I could count. Continue reading “Yangshuo – Cupping, karsts and celebrity treatment”
So with just over 2 months before I leave for China, I thought I should do a little deeper research into what I have actually signed up for! So Here are 6 things I’m stoked for, and 4 things I’m not so stoked for!
So I’ve been thinking about going travelling for a long time. Not just the few weeks in Europe I usually do, not these weekends away to various cities, obviously they are all awesome, and I would recommend any one who reads this should get away more than they currently do! But an extended trip, with no plan just a backpack, a camera and probably more savings than I will ever be able to accumulate ever again!