After being nominated by for the Liebster Award I had to jump on board and complete this Q&A to let you guys in on some unknown information about our travels. Special thanks to Find Us Lost for the nomination and sharing with us some special moments from your personal adventures. Such an aspiring travel couple! Love your work guys 😉 Continue reading “Q&A Liebster Award Nomination”
Our month spent in Thailand, yet not nearly long enough, was a totally different ball game for us! Instead of driving the van wherever we wanted, camping out every night and cooking our own meals, we were catching flights, buses, boats; sleeping in dorms, indulging in 5 star resorts & eating exotic food off the streets. The locations we visited included Bangkok, Phuket, Krabi, Aonang, Phi Phi, Koh Tao & Koh Chang. Here is a short recount of our adventures from where we stayed, what we ate, how we got around…
HOLA CITY OF SQUALAR is probably the greatest quote ever made to best describe this crazy exciting city. I first visited Bangkok 10 years ago with my family, and quite frankly I hated it. My memories of the city were dirty, stinky, loud, busy & crazy. Returning now, being way more mature and open minded, I have fallen for this place and all its craziness! Continue reading “City of Squalar! – Bangkok”
My recent stay at Sri Panwa was some of the most luxurious, relaxing days I have ever had. Located on the south Peninsula of Phuket, this luxury hotel private pool villa & spa resort is one of the dreamiest locations to spend your time whilst in Thailand. From the moment we arrived, we were greeted by smiling, helpful and polite staff, who instantly made us feel like VIP. Continue reading “Two unforgettable nights at Sri panwa – Phuket”
When planning our European trip, Albania wasn’t somewhere we had ever thought of going – not until our close friends had mentioned how much the loved it. There really is never much talk about the country though, & my only perception was that it was a dangerous, underdeveloped and out of reach. That is why this incredible place has surprised me the most – and I’m so excited to share with you all our experience.
48 hours is more than enough time to fall in love with this incredible, lively city. If I had the choice I would have gone house hunting then and their, and set up stay for another 2 years. The city’s cultural diversity and impeccable love for food had me hooked instantly. It is a foodies paradise! Here are a few tips on eating & sight seeing on a budget.
A country I’ve wanted to visit for years – ever since I saw a photo on Instagram of Trolltunga that instantly grabbed my attention. At that moment I knew I had to go, well before Kyle and I even started on our long journey on the road. I now have a some incredible memories & photos from our experience that I am dying to share with you all.