Another beautifully lost dreamer with an incurable case of wanderlust.

Full Moon Party Time

Full Moon Party Time

Jul 30, 2013

We headed to Koh Phangan four days before the FMP. The island is pretty cool, we hired motorbikes and had a little explore. Our accommodation had a beaut private beach with the best sunsets I’ve seen during my time away so far. Koh Phangan was way better than I had expected it to be, and the parties were out of this world! The Jungle Experience We arrived...

An Eventful Ferry Ride

An Eventful Ferry Ride

Jul 27, 2013

Last night we left Koh Phangan on a passenger and car ferry. It takes about two hours to the mainland, where we then had to take a bus and train to Malaysia. But was this boat trip a nice relaxing 2 hour ride? Was. it. f**k! I normally hate boats, but this one was surprisingly comfortable. Very smooth, we had our own little table and got chatting to a lovely...

2 Month Update

2 Month Update

Jun 26, 2013

I can’t believe that I’ve been away for two months already! Time really does fly when you’re travelling! Here is a little number summary of what I have been up to in that time… It’s been 62 Days, I’ve had 20 Massages, Stayed in 17 Hostels, Been terrified on 12 Buses, Gained 8 wounds from Urban Pole Dancing, Sunbathed on 7...

I Left My Heart In Chiang Mai

I Left My Heart In Chiang Mai

Jun 18, 2013

I was sleep deprived, freezing cold, desperate for a shower and completely traumatised from having to use the train toilets. Yet, as soon as I arrived in Chiang Mai, I couldn’t have been happier. I just knew I was going to love it. Chiang Mai has a great vibe about it, it’s lively enough to have a great atmosphere, but not over the top or ruined by...

Going Overground

Going Overground

Jun 9, 2013

Here’s a little post on my experiences of overland travel in South East Asia… Slow Boat To be fair, it wasn’t as slow as I thought it was going to be. But it was a very long journey indeed. 3 days it took us to get from Chiang Mai to a Luang Prabang. Stopping off twice at Chiang Khong and Pak Beng. Pak Beng is probably the most creepy little...

All Trekked Out

All Trekked Out

Jun 1, 2013

When we arrived in Chiang Mai I saw tonnes of signs for trekking and instantly dismissed it. Why an earth would I want to spend hours hiking up a mountain in the scorching heat? It really doesn’t appeal to me at all. I’m a city/beach girl through and through! But guess what I ended up going and doing? Booking a trek. But no… Not just a one day...