11 kick ass caves you should add to your bucket list

Barton Creek Cave, Belize This cave, easily accessible by tour from San Ignacio, is a great day trip for those who like to mix history with adventure. You'll canoe into darkness while your guide points out pottery shards and human remains from the Mayans who used to inhabit the area. Batu Caves, Malaysia These huge... 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 →

Suit up in Hoi An

Hội An is known for its well-preserved Ancient Town, cut through with canals. The former port city’s history is reflected in its architecture, from wooden Chinese shophouses and temples to colourful French colonial buildings, ornate Vietnamese houses and the iconic Japanese Covered Bridge. It's a beautiful little town with some lovely cafes along the water... Continue Reading →

Scooters and sand dunes in Mui Ne

Mui Ne has one main road lined with accommodation and great restaurants and bars along a stretch of golden sand. It has the perfect conditions for water sports like windsurfing, kite surfing and sailing which you can take part in with a lesson or a day trip. It's also famous for the red and white... Continue Reading →

Visa Requirements for South East Asia

Let me give you one very important piece of advice. Always look into the visa situation before you travel to a new country, whether it's in the same region or on a whole new continent. Visa regulations vary from country to country and change depending on how long you want to stay and what you'll... Continue Reading →

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