With the crisp temperature and the smell of mulled wine in the air, it definitely puts you in a festive mood.When it’s dark, the city looks like a cut out from a traditional christmas card. I spent my first day in Munich yesterday and I was blown away by how beautiful this city really is. Germans, and tourists! Continue reading
If you’re ever on holiday in Munich, I must insist that you take a day out of you holiday to hop on a BOB Train to Schliersee for the day.
Here are a few things I wish I’d known before traveling Asia Solo. . .
Don’t always assume the taxi driver knows where you want to go. (Best way to avoid this is to get data roaming so you can use GPS or even use wifi in the airport or the hostels or hotel before getting the taxi to work out where you’re supposed to be going using a map! Then screen shot the map so you have something to show to the driver.) Continue reading
For those of you who don’t know me, I am not exactly the fittest fiddle. Id like to mention that I can run to catch a bus without being too out of breath at the end but I’m not one to brag.
So when I signed up to climb Mount Rinjani which is located in Lombok and is the second highest Volcano in Indonesia- hitting at around 3726m, I was setting myself up for one of the biggest challenges (physically) I have ever faced.
Like holy crap.
That’s a big hill…. Like really really big. Continue reading
After the busy few days in Hanoi I hopped on a plane to Indonesia!
I was particularly looking forward to this part of my trip just because I’d seen so many photos and blogs about other peoples time here. So after a ghastly 11 hour stop over in Singapore airport. I arrived in Bali!
I spent a whole month in Vietnam in total. It was a hell of a ride.
With a final farewell I ended my trip in the city of Hanoi.
My ideal day would add up to having a lovely filling breakfast that consisted of fresh fruit and banana pancakes. Then rent a bycicle to venture through a town that had bright yellow painted buildings all around. Continue reading
I had two suits made for me in Hoi An, the famously known town to where backpackers go to get tailored clothes made for a fraction of the price. Continue reading
You will Find the city of Da Lat 5000 feet above sea level on mountain tops. Where it has birthed the nick name “City of Eternal Spring”. It’s constant cool winds and steady temperature of 50- 70 degrees is the source of its name.
Da Lat is beautiful. Continue reading
After horribly burning myself on the exhaust pipe of a motorbike I was feeling rather sorry for myself and stayed put in Mui Ne for 6 days. It doesn’t sound like a long time but when theres nothing much to do but see sand dunes and beaches you can imagine the surprise of fellow travellers that I’d decided to stay there so long. Continue reading