Announcing our next destination: Croatia. We’ll be flying Bangkok – Prague in late March, staying a week in Prague, and from there flying down to Split, Croatia. But this post isn’t about Croatia.
Vientiane gets no respect from Western travellers. We saw many travellers, mostly backpackers, at the Thai consulate getting their Thai visas or lounging around the backpacker hostels. Some could be seen walking along the main street (Setthathirath Road). But the general sense was
2014 was like two very different years in one as we went from conventional life in Montreal (the first 6 months) to living a life on the road. I don’t usually like to post personal photos or stories on the blog.
Above: Monk at Bayon Temple When people say they are ‘visiting Angkor Wat’ they really mean that they will be visiting Angkor Archaeological Park; a large area just outside Siem Reap (Cambodia) which consists of more than a thousand different
Visiting Havana before Cuba changes has been on my list for years. The city reminds me of Venice; walking around this city is like stepping into a museum (a badly maintained museum). Most of Havana is a crumbling mess of buildings from the early to mid-1900s. The most interesting area
Trinidad was just what we needed after Havana. It is a Unesco world heritage site and is referred to as Cuba’s colonial jewel; a small town of churches, mansions, and pretty colonial buildings located in a valley between the sea and
This is my 5th time in Bangkok, the 2nd time for Lissette. I’ve previously written about Bangkok and how it is a city that grows on you. With a fresh – and different – perspective I don’t know if that is accurate. In fact the opposite might be true. I had a great time when [...]