A Myanmar Three Week Itinerary

All I can say is ‘WOW’.   I’ve just spent three weeks in this fascinating, unspoiled region of the world, backpacking across the country of Myanmar, taking in every single captivating scene.   I’ve travelled through much of southeast Asia but there was something different about Myanmar, something more enchanting, something mysterious. Perhaps it was…






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Manila’s Slums – The People Left Behind

A thousand years spread through this city, a vast spectrum of incomprehensible inequality and indifference.     One end beholds the rapid construction of high-rise buildings where individuals spend their days operating for the monetary gain of the Philippine’s most affluent. Tailored suits and classy attire march through the streets like an army of structure…






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6 Responsible Travel Blogs to Follow This Year

Travel bloggers play an important role in feeding our wanderlust. They educate us about the good’s, the bad’s and the ugly’s of the places we want to visit. They give us ideas and insights into the places we want to go and feed us with useful information that fits nicely into a five-hundred word article…






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A Responsible Guide to Travel in Vientiane Laos

Vientiane is the capital city of Laos, located on the western side of the country not too far from the Thailand border. The city is relatively small and composed in comparison to most other capital cities throughout Asia, which makes it attractive for travellers to stop and explore the town at ease. Famous for its…






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24 hours in Luang Prabang

Sometimes there are times where you may find yourself with only 24 hours to explore a city. In this case I wanted to share with you a rough itinerary of what 24 hours might look like in the city of Luang Prabang, situated on the banks of the Mekong River in Laos.   Luang Prabang is…






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