Ao Nang, Thailand

We stopped in Ao Nang on our trip to Thailand halfway our ten week trip as a way to regroup and relax. When exploring the islands and beach locations along the Western coast of Thailand, it seemed like one of those less busy with tourists. Compared to the likes of Koh Phi Phi and Phuket it … More Ao Nang, Thailand

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5 April Return Flights from Glasgow for under £20

For this month’s instalment of cheap return flights from Glasgow, I’ve managed to find the cheapest bunch of flights to date. Like I mentioned in my March post for cheap flights, Ryanair are cutting their flights from Glasgow International to just three routes at the end of this year, so it’s best to take advantage of these … More 5 April Return Flights from Glasgow for under £20

Antwerp, Belgium 

When I was planning our trip to Brussels I knew I wanted to incorporate day trips to both Antwerp and Amsterdam into the itinerary. After studying Flemish art and the Renaissance in Northern Europe extensively at university in St Andrews I had racked up more than a few churches, buildings and sculptures I wanted to explore in all three cities. Booking.com … More Antwerp, Belgium 

Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok marks the start of the second part of our trip, the more typical young backpacker destinations. We arrived at around 8am by train from Chiang Mai, and got a taxi downtown to our hotel (taxi drivers and the taxi service inside the airport try and charge a ridiculous amount – just choose a meter … More Bangkok, Thailand

Carlisle, England

Being home for the majority of the summer has gave us the opportunity to explore so many of the places a little more close to home. Last week when we had a rare good weather day, we decided to take a road trip down to Carlisle for a few hours. Just south of the border, … More Carlisle, England