Sala, Sweden – A Scandinavian Sauna in a Swedish Forest 

River in Sala

Fresh from a trip to Morocco, my friend, Mikey, and I decided to switch from the beautiful North African heat for the chilly Scandinavian climate of Sala, Sweden. Last year, we were reunited in England with a good mate of ours that we travelled across some of Thailand and

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Tonsai Beach – Get There Before It’s Too Late

Getting the Boat to Tonsai Beach.

Over the past decade Thailand has been under heavy criticism for its unsustainable approach towards tourism. Koh Phi Phi, made famous for supplying the paradise setting to ‘The Beach’, and Koh Phangan, host to the monthly Full Moon Party, are prime examples of how the country is setting its

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A Complete Guide to Bangkok

The gateway to South East Asia, Bangkok is often the first stop on a traveller’s itinerary as they begin their backpacking adventure around this part of the world. It can be a daunting experience entering a new country for the first time that’s so different in its way of life,

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10 Must Try Bangkok Street Food Delights

Bangkok is easily one of my favourite destinations in the world for street food. Vendors align the streets all day serving an array of delights and filling the air with a wonderful concoction of aromas. The food on offer changes depending on the time of the day and the area

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How Much Money Will I Need For a Week in Marrakech?

One of the most vibrant and exciting cities in the world, Marrakech is a cauldron of culture, luscious food and endless markets. The heart of Marrakech is the Medina, host to sights such as the Koutoubia Mosque and Jemaa El Fna Square. Here the rhythmic flutes of snake charmers

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Jemaa El Fna – Marrakech

Before going to a new country you always have a preconception of what it is going to be like. For instance, prior to visiting Thailand you’ll probably envisage monks reciting enchanting hymns, elephants pondering the streets, and tropical palm trees dotting every inch of land. Often, the reality of these

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Lopburi on a Budget – Monkey Police


One of the lesser visited gems of Thailand’s illustrious tourist trail, Lopburi is best served as a daytrip away from Bangkok. The easiest and also cheapest way to get to Lopburi is by train, departing from Hualumphong station. Despite trains leaving from here pretty much every hour, we were still

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