What to do in Vancouver

Explore the city Day or night, Vancouver is a busy and beautiful city. You can go on a whale watching tour or ride in a floatplane to give yourself a bird's eye view of the city below. You can head to the park, the mountains or the microbrewery on Granville Island. If you don't want... Continue Reading →

Amsterdam: more than a red-light district

When people mention Amsterdam your first thoughts are of the seedier side of the city, but there is so much more to see and do here. It's known for its artistic heritage, world-famous museums, the elaborate canal systems and of course the Red-Light District and "coffee shops". I spent a few days here and fell... Continue Reading →

A travellers reunion in Stockholm

You automatically have one thing in common with everyone you meet while travelling: you're all travellers. Whatever their reasons, each person has ditched the real world in search of adventure and suddenly you're surrounded by people who get it. You'll be happy sharing a room with someone you've just met, and even happier when you... Continue Reading →

Hanoi and the towers of Tam Coc

Almost all backpackers go to Hanoi to join in on an epic two-day boat trip through the breathtakingly beautiful Halong Bay. Unfortunately for me, due to the fact that I spent too much time partying in Nha Trang and had already booked my flight home, I had run out of time and only had one... Continue Reading →

Horrible history in Phnom Penh

The capital city of Cambodia is a busy place with a French colonial feel along with a lot of influence from the Khmer Empire. You can walk along the river enjoying the cafes and restaurants while exploring the golden Royal Palace, the Silver Pagoda and the very interesting National Museum. There is also a very... Continue Reading →

Chilling in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai was one of my favourite places in Thailand, it has the perfect mix of old and new. The city has been built around the old city wall and moat, there are over 300 ancient temples to explore, with plenty of trendy bars and fantastic markets to keep you busy. There is also a... Continue Reading →

Welcome to Dhaka, Bangladesh

Dhaka is a hectic city full of traffic jams, overwhelming crowds and a lot of stares. There are over 17 million people that live here and you can tell as soon as you leave the airport. But once you start to explore the backroads and riverways you'll start to notice its charm hidden behind the... Continue Reading →

See the sights in Sydney

As the capital of New South Wales (but not of Australia, as some people seem to think), Sydney is one of Australia's largest cities and there are endless streets full of shops, restaurants, and bars. It's easy to get lost here, but the waves of Bondi and Manly beaches are never too far away. Grab... Continue Reading →

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