Kuang Si Waterfall, Luang Prabang, Laos.

This was by far the highlight of our time in Luang Prabang, with Matt even saying that it was the best day of his life (somehow I don’t think this is strictly true but we’ll go with it). We decided to book onto a tour visit to the falls as it saved a bit of […]

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Hup 2, 3, 4 – 48 hours with Jungle Book’s Finest

So in a previous post I mentioned that on my last visit to Thailand I rode an Elephant; naive and unaware that by doing so I was buying into a tourist trade of cruelty and torture. This time around therefore I wanted to do something to give back, as well having a positive experience with […]

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Jim Thompson House – The King of Silk

Listed in the Lonely Planet as a top attraction and 5th on Google, we decided that this museum sounded rather interesting. Near Siam square, Jim Thompson house is a tranquil paradise in an urban jungle. Jim Thompson was an American who moved to Thailand and revolutionised the silk industry, taking what was a declining cottage […]

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Eforea Spa – luxury at the Ageas Bowl.

Myself and two of my closest friends love to spoil eachother; especially on birthdays. This year was no exception and we surprised one of our girls with a birthday spa day at the Eforea Spa, a spa attached to the Hilton Hotel at the Ageas Bowl cricket ground in Hedge End, UK. For the basic […]

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