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Oct 29

October 29, 2015

North Thailand – Where To Go & What To Do

When most backpackers land in Thailand, their first stop is usually Bangkok. The hub of South East Asia travel, this place connects travelers from all over the world. And once you’ve landed, taken in the sights it has to offer, from stunning temples, the Grand Palace and the infamous Khao San Road, most people head either South to the Islands or North. When I was planning my trip, the North of Thailand was the only country where I really set…

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Mar 10

March 10, 2015

Don Det – An Island Paradise in the Mekong

After witnessing the carnage that is Vang Vieng, I needed an out. After spending 4 days in the ‘party capitol’ of Laos and having only been drunk once and slightly tipsy whilst actually tubing, I couldn’t seem to keep up with the hoards of young people that seem to spend endless days drinking themselves into oblivion whilst ‘tubing’ down the ever so beautiful Nam Song River day after day. I had read a few blogs where people had spent at…

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Jan 26

January 26, 2015

Chasing Waterfalls at Erawan National Park (Erawan Falls)

Known as a contender for the most beautiful falls in Thailand, Erawan falls is located at Erawan National Park, around 90 mins outside of Kanchanaburi. The waterfalls themselves are named after the ‘erawan’ – the three headed white elephant of Hindu mythology. Many tourism centres along the main strip of Kanchanaburi offer day trips to the Falls and you can even hire your own personal taxi to charter you too and from the park for around 1200 – 1500 Baht…

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