Today I bring you the finer details of ‘The Stone Stacking Phenomenon’. I first came across this in Pai, Thailand but it seems to be taking South East Asia (mostly Thailand…) by storm. The Phenomenon seemed to involved stacking rocks, pebbles and stones on top of one another, in as a precarious a manner as … More The Stone Stacking Phenomenon
Since my last update Will and I haven’t done much other than beach and chill. I guess that’s what you get with island life…I can’t complain though. The final few destinations were Padang Bai, Gili Twarangan, Gili Air, Uluwatu (Bingin Beach) and a last night in Kuta. Padang Bai: Padang Bai is a tiny sea … More Travel Finale, the last of Bali
Goodness, feels like it’s been a while…sorry about that, told you Bali time is much slower didn’t I! Here is your next fix of Bali fun for you to enjoy vicariously even if it is rather belated. For the last 20 days of my trip, an old pal of mine: Will is joining me. We … More Ubud and Canggu, the Travel Team is back to two!
I arrived in Bali and got a taxi straight from the airport to my hostel “Captain Goose” in Kuta. One of the first things I noticed, once I was at the hostel, was that my plug adaptor didn’t fit. Finding a new adaptor then became the next a task. I quickly chucked my bikini on … More Only Me in Bali
Here we are in Singapore and back to the usual, diary style blog this time! Hope you enjoyed the change of the Borneo posts though😊 Not only am a blabbermouth in real life, I also seem to have trouble writing things in a condensed manner..! Another long one, I’m not even sorry. We arrived in … More We adore Singapore
CONTINUED… The Perayaan Village: We stayed with another one our guides, Valentine, at his long house for two nights. He is part of that Dayak tribe. In the village, we visited the school in order to help their English but also to try educate them about the jungle and their environment. Valentine was keen for … More Borneo. Part 2.
Real talk now. This is definitely going to another long one! Maybe fit in an interval to make it more do able On the 3rd March Louise and I embarked on our long awaited tour of Sarawak, Borneo. So much happened in two weeks and all of it was truly special. We had the honour … More Borneo. Part 1.