After the fun of Bangkok, we took the overnight train to Chiang Mai – a 14 hour journey that rumbles through the interior of Thailand, past mountains and through jungle. We’ve spent time exploring Chiang Mai, with it’s leafy streets and laid back vibe. What a place!
Monthly Archives: November 2017
It was December 2016. Like most people, Ben and I were dreaming of tropical beaches and being our own bosses. A major project at work had completed, and work was now tedious for both of us. We were craving something new, and were intoxicated with a heady mix of love, romance and idealism. Why not just quit our jobs!
We have arrived in Bangkok – a city of bright lights, the smell of garlic and seafood, and the noise of motorbikes. Unfortunately on our first day, Ben had to have root canal after an abscess developed on his gum – not fun! So instead we celebrated his actual birthday a couple of days later, and I planned
Arriving to Komodo National Park feels like you’re on the set of a dinosaur film franchise. Instead of the busy port town I expected, we were greeted by a looming concrete pier, rudely jutting out to sea from a desolate, yellow sand beach. The dark treeline had a gap which suggested that was where we were supposed to
I’m struggling to put into words the beauty, majesty and wildness of Komodo National Park. It’s a place with the power to leave you speechless, an archipelago of Jurassic islands, white sand beaches and prehistoric reptiles. It was 5am when we climbed onto the small wooden boat that was to take us out that morning. There was