Kotor

We arrived late in Kotor Bay after the bus journey from Albania took a couple of hours longer than expected because of the border. We woke up and wandered through the cobbled streets of Kotor Old Town which is full of little streets which connect big open squares, with restaurants and cafes. After breakfast in … Continue reading Kotor

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Bagan breakdown

We had breakfast at the hotel before hiring an e-bike again and going for another exploration adventure around Old Bagan and the surrounding area. We tried to visit all the main temples we hadn’t managed to squeeze into the day before including the ones in New Bagan. All of them were from slightly different eras … Continue reading Bagan breakdown

Engaged in Bagan

The day started early when we were dropped, just outside Bagan at the bus terminal, at 0630. We haggled briefly but halfheartedly with a taxi driver and were taken to the ‘Amazing Bagan Resort’, a hotel usually out of our price range but one which Luke had convinced me we needed after our previous three … Continue reading Engaged in Bagan

Laas Geel

​Laas Geel, the reason I came to Somaliland. Today was the day that we would go. Gautier and I were going in one vehicle and Paul and two Koreans (the only other tourists in Hargesia) were going in another one as they were then travelling onto Berbera, on the coast. We paid $55 dollars each … Continue reading Laas Geel

Yellowstone

We awoke with temperatures of -2 so after blasting the heaters for 5 minutes we decided it was warm enough to emerge from our sleeping bags. After setting off it didn't take us long to reach the gates to Yellowstone National Park where we paid the $50 entry (half the price of the Grand Canyon). … Continue reading Yellowstone

Guest Writing

Hello everyone, I have just had the opportunity to guest write a post for a super awesome blog called soloroam.com (you can read my post at http://www.soloroam.com/#!Why-Central-America-Should-Top-Your-Solo-Travel-Bucket-List/hs4qa/578643f90cf25aa82d55ed70 ).  I now want to give you the opportunity to do the same. The content is up to you as long as it is travel related; you can … Continue reading Guest Writing