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So, I took some advice from one of my bestest friends a few weeks back, that I should do a cooking class whilst on my travels. Luckily, I was in Chiang Mai, Thailand, a city and country very famous for its delicious food. One of the top things to do in in the city is … More Home cooking class; Thai food
Alex and I had read a couple of raving reviews online about a great cycling/motorbike route. Seen as though we had just become experienced scooter riders, over the last 2 days *cough cough*… we thought, why not? We used a route map online, taking us on a loop tour out of Chiang Mai, into the … More Mae Kuang Dam Loop – Chiang Mai, Thailand
So Alex and I have come to our 1 month travelling anniversary. On the 3rd January we boarded a one way flight. Since then have been to 3 countries and today we are jetting off to our 4th. I would say we are ‘slow travellers’ the whole hopping around thing isn’t for us. We find … More 1 month since departure
**may contain some negative tones** I have been fortunate in my life to have visited Asia a number of times. Each time I’ve visited it has been for 3 week or less, with returning home not far away on the horizon. Currently I am in Asia, I’ve been here for 3 weeks and the fact … More Asia without an Instagram filter
Today, was like a breath of fresh air and I just had to share it. We left the hustle and bustle of Weligama and traveled to Ella, a small town in the centre of Hill country, Badulla District, famous for its views and tea plantations. In Ella there are only 2 major streets, both lined … More Ella – Little Adam’s Peak
We landed in Sri Lanka into the chaos that is Colombo and immediately caught the train south. We had heard of some quaint villages and fishing towns in the Southern Province of Sri Lanka fancying a more laid back start to our Sri Lankan trip. We found ourselves in Weligama, a small town in the … More Weligama – Yoga. Eat. Surf. Repeat.