Indonesia Travel Tips

Indonesia is the largest island nation in the world. It is really an archipelago of over 17,000 islands and almost as many cultures. So it is no wonder that once we started reading about it we wanted to visit. We spent a total of 28 days and £2200 travelling in Indonesia, which blew our budget…

An introduction to Indonesia

We arrived into Jakarta quite late, but the organised customs meant we were out of the airport fast. Our hotel had advised us to use Grab or Go Jek so that’s what we did. Around 9pm, we checked into our hotel and thanks to a thunderstorm found ourselves in the ramen restaurant downstairs for dinner….

Malaysia Travel Tips

Malaysia just happened to be on our way and we are very glad it was. We really enjoyed our short time exploring the Malaysia countryside and cities, although the countryside was our favourite. It was good to hear that people care about the rainforest but also sad to see the huge expanses of palm oil…

Travel tips Myanmar

We have to confess we weren’t sure about visiting Myanmar to start with especially with the ongoing Rohingya crisis, which the international press has just recently decided to report on. Travelling with any ethics is difficult and not visiting a country due to its government would exclude at least half of the world. We struggled…

Laos travel tips

Laos is a great place to kick back and relax especially after a few months on the road. We had originally planned to travel from north eastern Cambodia through the south of Laos up to the northern mountains, but after the realisation of how much land travel this would involve (at least 2 on busses…