A chilled city break in Granada

This gorgeous colonial city has some lovely sights to see in and around it, but the best part about is just strolling through the colourful streets, stumbling upon old churches and finding cute little cafes to eat at. Granada Parque Central is, as always, the place to be. It's a bustling park full of little... Continue Reading →

Temples and caves in San Ignacio

After a few days on Caye Caulker of amazing Caribbean food and swimming with a variety of marine life we packed up our bags, hopped on the water taxi and ended up in Belize City. I've heard from a lot of people that it isn't a safe place to stay, so we decided to leave... Continue Reading →

White water kayaking to Vientiane

When you're ready to leave Vang Vieng behind and make your way south to Vientiane, the French-colonial capital of Laos, why not travel there by kayak? It's better in every way than catching a bumpy, dusty old bus that is half full of chickens. Kayaking from Vang Vieng There are a few companies who offer... Continue Reading →

Living the dream in Whangamata

Pronounced Fung-uh-ma-tah. I was lucky enough to live in this idyllic surf town for three months. I worked part-time in a bar and spent my days kayaking, surfing, swimming, sunbathing and reading. The waves here are perfect, good for beginners too. It has a cool vibe, and some good summer activities and festivals. The huge... Continue Reading →

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