The River Inn (Washington, DC)

As part of my ten day vacation in the United States before heading to Korea for my new job – find out more here – I spent two nights in Washington D.C. Having never visited or stayed in the city, I was surprised to see just how much much the cheapest hotel options cost. Thankfully, … More The River Inn (Washington, DC)

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Tips on European Travel Currency and Managing Money Whilst Travelling

As I stated early on in this video, this will be part one of two videos on European travel currencies. Because of the sheer mass of countries in Europe and the many different currencies those countries use, I’ve tried to separate my recommendations and information on the continent into two parts. This first part deals … More Tips on European Travel Currency and Managing Money Whilst Travelling

Kandy, Sri Lanka

I’ve been using an old phone for the past week or so and rediscovered all of these photographs from my trip to Sri Lanka that I never got around to uploading to my site. I’ll be writing a full travel post for Kandy and how to get there from Colombo and Ella over the coming … More Kandy, Sri Lanka

Tips on East Asian Currencies & Managing Money While Travelling

This installment of the travel tips section of my YouTube channel – which you can subscribe to here – is all about how to navigate the many currencies of East and Southeast Asia. I also give my two cents on the benefits and drawbacks of carrying cash versus using your personal bank card or prepaid … More Tips on East Asian Currencies & Managing Money While Travelling

Siem Reap to Phnom Penh

You can find out more about travelling around Southeast Asia, including information on visas and crossing borders, on my YouTube channel by clicking here. Once you cross any of the respective borders into Cambodia, travelling around the country is easy, cheap and convenient. Most hotels in the larger tourist destinations provide transfers at the going … More Siem Reap to Phnom Penh

Beijing to Shanghai

In terms of scale, China is enormous when compared with its surrounding countries and so not only does travel between cities take much longer than in other parts of East Asia, but it often costs more to do so. Internal flights within China would always be my highest recommendation for a number of reasons that … More Beijing to Shanghai