With islands and karsts as beautiful as Ha Long Bay, with thriving coral that can rival Great Barrier Reef and with warm waters that you’d expect in the Caribbean, Coron Bay is incredible and should be on every traveller’s list.
We did it again, another trek, up another hill, in the sizzling sunshine. And again, I felt like I was going to faint. This time, it was a volcano named Taal, in the Philippines. The trek was strenuous, but the view was sensational.
‘What do you mean you are taking us to your sister hostel?!’
This was the last thing I needed to hear! Here is a re-cap of a our Bad(ish) day at Tagaytay, Philippines, and what happened to us on our arrival.
If you read enough reviews about Manila, Philippines, you’ll see that the city hasn’t got a great reputation. On our first day we weren’t blown away. But on my search to link Art and Travel, I found Manila’s Street Art, and that changed everything!
There is tons of information online about the history Angkor Wat and how incredible the temples are, so here is the other side of the experience. This is a tips and tricks post, an ‘Expectations vs Reality’ of the Temples of Angkor.
Commonly over-shadowed by the Temples of Angkor, Phnom Penh might not be on every backpackers list, but it should be! From grand palaces to tiny cinemas, from lively roof-top bars to melancholy historical sites, Phnom is a real mix. So why not spend 48 hours in Phnom Penh?
After University I struggled to get an art based job or experience, and stumbled into travel. My love for travel grew, but my love for art weaned. Now I’m looking into ways to combine the two.
Splashing in pools, zipping down slides, floating on the river-rapids, the elements to a perfect day at the water park. Not in Hue, Vietnam. More Jurassic Park than water park, we found a new abandoned place to explore.
Before we booked our unforgettable trip to Ha Long Bay, Vietnam, we debated, 1 night or 2 nights stay? Well, we did two and loved it, however, there are some things we would change.