Archive for May, 2011

Jump on the back seat and lets scooter up from Chiang Mai

Jump on the back seat and lets scooter up from Chiang Mai

Visiting Asia without whizzing around on a scooter is strictly forbidden. It should be. It not advisable. Fine! Its completely acceptable, but, but, dont do it, or you will miss … Continue reading

Traveling cheaply in S.E. Asia – tips and insights after 3 months

Traveling cheaply in S.E. Asia – tips and insights after 3 months

 
I am not going to talk about extreme penny pinching here – sleeping on the grass, hitchhiking and eating with the monks will leave the most bills in your wallet, … Continue reading

 
The day I became older with the butterflies

The day I became older with the butterflies

Birthday’s on the road suck, especially if you are not in the league of people who can willy-nilly perch themselves up on a fancy restaurant or get some exotic once … Continue reading

One minute in Kuala Lumpur

One minute in Kuala Lumpur

Welcome to KL’s China Town to a street just off Jalan Petaling – the biggest and best place to find fake brand name items and pirated products. Straight ahead is … Continue reading

 
The green thumbs behind the gardens of the Grand Palace

The green thumbs behind the gardens of the Grand Palace

 
My thumbs wilt at the sight of green, so I am always in awe of anyone that is able to keep even a pot plant alive for more than a … Continue reading

Crazy opulent Bangkok – a day in 67 pictures

Crazy opulent Bangkok – a day in 67 pictures

The day we arrived in Bangkok we were too buggered to do anything after the day long train journey from Malaysia, so we spent the afternoon relaxing and enjoying our … Continue reading

 
How is traveling different to “normal” life

How is traveling different to “normal” life

For those of you reading my blabs and feeling like your life is not as exciting as mine might seem, that what we have done is so extraordinarily wonderful and … Continue reading

Melaka comes alive at night

Melaka comes alive at night

Once a thriving hub of traders, well groomed by a Sultan and defended by the Chinese, Melaka was ruined by the Portuguese who thought that they could storm in and … Continue reading

 
Late night blabs

Late night blabs

Selamat petang.
Well, its more like midnight, but I have no idea how to say that.  Its late, I am hot and my eyes are dried up by the fan that … Continue reading