A break down of an unforgettable trekking experience in Sumatra's Bukit Lawang, trudging down a path that isn't too beaten.
All opinions and emotions mentioned here are strictly my own. This was written in the midst of lockdown in 2020 and resurfaced in my G-Drive last week! Let Me Take You Back to August 2020 There were signs that things were going to change, but we ignored them. Eager to move on with our hectic … Continue reading Living in the Age of COVID-19 in Vietnam
In a world where we travel more and more, off-the-beaten-path experiences are becoming harder and harder to come by. Until you visit Sumatra. It starts just as you board your connecting flight. You suddenly realise that you are one of perhaps two travellers there. It’s a humbling experience, that is, of course, always met with … Continue reading Tips and Tricks for Travelling in Sumatra
Updated April 2021. Due to the impact of Corona virus, things are changing rapidly, I'll try to keep you in the loop. Endless coastline, over 30 km of beach, mountains, custom-made clothes cheap food; you could say Da Nang is too good to be true. And, once you have seen what is possible in this … Continue reading 5 Da Nang Experiences That Will Make You Fall in Love
Updated April 2021. Due to the affects of Coronavirus on the city, this list is ever-changing. I'm trying to keep it as updated as possible. I appreciate your patience 🙂 As a city that is very much the gateway to the infamous Hoi An, you might be surprised to hear that Da Nang has a … Continue reading A Guide to Western Food in Da Nang
With many hidden beaches, great affordable restaurants, and a contrast of city buzz and small beach town that is irresistible; Da Nang is rapidly becoming Vietnam’s most recent destination to come into the limelight, and it is easy to see why. However, what the city has to offer is mostly being ignored. Often, when you … Continue reading 5 Things to Do That Are Actually in Da Nang
The number one question when travelling all the time: how can you afford it? Easily, to be honest. However, a common trait for backpackers travelling on a budget is to become obsessed with it. Suddenly, you’re travelling with people who are freaking out over anything that is over a dollar – it’s not pretty. This … Continue reading 8 Ways to Travel on the Cheap Without Losing It
A combination of recent research and horrifying viral videos from paradise locations such as a Bali and Australia have galvanised the people into taking responsibility for the damage done to the world. We are destroying our world one plastic bottle at a time, and now we can see it, we’re starting to realise the consequences … Continue reading How To Stay Eco-friendly When Travelling