Why Hanoi Should Be Number One On Your Bucket List

Why Hanoi Should Be Number One On Your Bucket List

This Is Why Hanoi Should Be Number One On Your Bucket List Where better to start your Vietnamese venture than in the capital city itself, Hanoi. From its famous, full of flavour Vietnamese coffee to its haunting history of the Vietnamese war, there is so much going on in this resilient city that you won’t be stuck in your hotel room looking for something to do, although the hotel rooms in Hanoi are terrific too. In this article we will walk you through some of our most memorable things to do in the capital, along with some invaluable insider tips …

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Did You Even Go To Ibiza

Ushuaia - Did you even go to Ibiza?

Did You Even Go To Ibiza If You Cant Relate To This List Ibiza, is it just a holiday destination or a way of life? Who knows! What we do know is that we love it and we’d go every year if we could! What we have found is that after speaking to a number of people who also share our love for the White Isle is that we have all pretty much shared the same experiences. “I’m sure if you’ve been too you can also relate to this list.” 1. Go to the gym flat out for about 2 …

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Budget Guide To Singapore

A budget guide to Singapore

Budget Guide To Singapore We recently visited Singapore a couple of weeks ago because we had to leave Thailand to renew our visas. When we were initially applying for our Thai visas at the Thai embassy in Phnom Penh, part of the process included us showing our exit flight from Thailand. So at that time, in a bit of a panic we booked the cheapest flight that we could, which happened to be to Singapore. “I mean £25 for a one way flight, how cheap is that?” The Thai embassy handed us our visas and we were delighted! Thailand for …

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One Month Route For Travelling Around Thailand

One Month Route For Travelling Around Thailand When my partner Jade and I decided we wanted to backpack around Thailand we did a lot of research to find the best route around the country. We wanted to see as much as we could in one month so we spent hours researching, reading blogs and watching videos. Since then we have been asked about our route several times by friends and family who are looking to visit Thailand themselves for one month. So, to save you from spending hours researching like we did, here is a breakdown of our route around …

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3 Budget Deals For Your Last Minute Summer Holiday

3 Budget Deals For Your Last Minute Summer Holiday Scrolling though your Facebook newsfeed looking at all your friends holiday snaps and seriously regretting that you never booked a summer holiday this year? Or if you have already been away this summer but you can’t quite get over the holiday blues and want to squeeze in one last holiday before winter hits? All hope is not lost. We have managed to find 3 last minute summer holiday deals for you. *DISCLAIMER* All prices are correct as of 03/08/2017. We are not a holiday provider we have researched these deals and …

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5 Thing’s I’ve Discovered In My First 2 Weeks As A Vegan

5 Thing’s I’ve Discovered In My First 2 Weeks As A Vegan I’ve been Vegan now for about 2 weeks. I know this is only a short space of time, but what can I say, I only wish I had made the change sooner. 14 days is all the time that I have needed to become acquainted with a few home truths about being Vegan and I have compiled my findings into a list. Here are some facts based on my experiences so far that I’d like to pass onto you. 1. Food shopping take’s a lot of time My …

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The Travel Closet

The Travel Closet What is the travel closet? It’s nothing to do with clothes, if thats what you’re thinking. The travel closet is a term used within the LGBTQ community to describe when you travel through a not so gay friendly destination. You get back into the closet that years ago you fought so hard to climb out of, because depending on where you are travelling, its not always advised to be openly gay. This term was first brought to my attention when I was scrolling through my Instagram news feed one night whilst in Thailand and I saw that …

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Tips And Tricks To Staying In Shape On The Road

Tips And Tricks To Staying In Shape On The Road Trying to stay fit and healthy has recently become one of my bigger fascinations in life. When I was younger I loved playing sports and I was always outside running about I had so much energy. Then I entered my teens, started working in a cafe and stopped playing sports which resulted in me piling on the pounds with no outlet for me to burn them off, I became overweight. Simple as. However this is not where my story ends. When I moved to Manchester in my 20’s I decided …

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I Quit My Job

I Quit My Job These are the famous four words I think we have all envisioned in our head at one stage or another, but this time it wasn’t just a vision, this was reality… So I should really start by saying this is not the first job that I’ve quit, but the first job I’ve quit under these circumstances. I use to be a bit of a job hopper, trying my hand at anything and everything. Then in 2016 I started my first job working in travel and threw myself into it and reaped the benefits. I loved speaking …

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Hoi An

Hoi An How to get there: If you are travelling to Hoi An from another country, the best way to get here is to fly into Da Nang airport which is a neighbouring city 45 minutes outside of Hoi An. From the airport you can get to Hoi An by bus or taxi. A taxi will be the quicker option and can range from 250,000 Dong to 550,000 Dong. This is an enjoyable journey as you drive along the coast, so have your camera handy. To reach Hoi An by bus from the airport you have to first take a …

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