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”
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.
Leaving Portugal, we had no expectations as to what the Andalucian region of Spain had to offer or what the landscape was even like; and in my opinion, setting little to no expectations is the best way to travel. That way you are rarely left disappointed, and more usually pleasantly surprised. After travelling through Seville and Ronda, I couldn’t find this more true.
Literally the night before we headed to San Sebastián Kyle asked me, “what do we do during the day if it’s raining?”. I am so convinced he jinxed us and am holding him partly responsible 😉, because the next day we woke up and it was absolutely miserable outside.
My first week abroad was honestly one of the toughest weeks of my life. Its easy to say I’m an unlucky sufferer of chronic anxiety, and with a terrible case of jet lag and leaving my close family and friends behind, it was at an all time high. It wasn’t until we were finally on the road that I found my feet again, and remembered why I made this massive step in the first place. For my love of travel…