This was the fourth time I’ve stayed in the city of Bangkok, but the first where I’ve been in a financial position to stay somewhere that wasn’t either a hostel or a hotel on the extremely low budget end. I found the five-star Montien Riverside Hotel via Booking.com – read my guide on how to … More Montien Riverside Hotel (Bangkok, Thailand)
There’s little to nothing about Vienna that I don’t adore. Last time we visited, on a day trip from Budapest, we only had a few hours to cram in as much as possible. It was cold, raining and we were both a little grumpy thanks to a 5am start to the day. I remember being marvelled … More Vienna, Austria
I’ll be adding to this collection of photographs over my year long stay here, but if you’d like to see any of my posts on South Korea, click here.
Full travel post coming soon. For a review on where to stay in Washington, D.C. see my recent post here.
For all my hotel reviews on locations across Asia, Europe and North America, click here. This is the first hotel I have written in almost a year, but after sifting through old images on my phone I realized I have material to write more than a few before I head off on my travels later … More Lorne Hotel (Glasgow, Scotland)
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
This post contains sponsored content. I’ve had the pleasure of travelling to Thailand several times in the last few years. In 2015, on my first backpacking trip, I spent around two weeks in the country as a stop between Cambodia and Malaysia and this past summer I spent an entire month dedicated to travelling through … More 3 Weeks in Thailand – Costs, Itinerary and Getting Around
If you’ve already read my full guide on travel across Central Europe, you’ll know that Brussels is one of the best hubs in the region and commutes between the Belgian capital and Paris are two of the easiest capital cities on the continent to commute between. Train There are two trains per hour between Brussels and … More Brussels to Paris
In November we were invited to try out some of the tapas dishes at Ibérica in Glasgow’s city centre. Although Ibérica have a total of seven other restaurants across the UK, the Glasgow restaurant is the only outside of England. Set in an old Royal Bank of Scotland building on the corner of Hope Street and … More Ibérica (Glasgow, Scotland)
As two of the largest cities and tourist destinations in Italy, Florence and Rome are just a few hours from one another and have plenty of transport options to take you between them. Despite convenience or price, of all the modes of transport I will discuss throughout this post I would recommend taking the train … More Florence to Rome