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.
Maybe just prepare yourself, this is a long one…get yourself a warm beverage and a little snack and you should make it through! We visited Kuala Lumpur before we went to Melaka and also one night after, before flying to Borneo, but I wanted to write all my experiences in KL in one go. So … More Kuala Lumpur, what a stunner
We took to bus from KL BTS to Melaka in the morning, meaning we arrived in Melaka at about 1pm. The public bus from the Melaka bus station into town took a while to come but it was the cheapest option, so we didn’t mind waiting. We got off the bus at Dutch square which … More What a cracker, Melaka
We were collected from our hostel in a mini bus at 9:30 and taken to Penang’s Komtar bus station to change onto a coach. Not long after we got on this coach we pulled into another bus station and were instructed to change coach, again. Apparently Malaysia is like Thailand in that sense, there’s never … More From Malaysian islands to the Cameron Highlands