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How to Dive in Borneo on a Budget

Heading to Malaysia and want to do something adventurous? I suggest going for a dive in Sabah, Borneo, in particular the island of Mabul. The diving in Borneo is spectacular, the water is warm and clear, the wildlife is plentiful and the people are friendly. If you are a dive …

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Alas! Another a walk in the South of France

Escaping to the South of France for a week of relaxation wasn’t just great for the body but also amazing for the soul. Everyday I took myself out for a walk, sometimes I would visit mountain lakes, other times I would wander through the cobbled streets of historical towns and …

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Get Lost in Venice

I love Venice, it is one of my favourite cities in the whole world. I love the streets, the history, the people, the boats and most of all – I love how I can spend a day getting lost. A lot of people will tell you that they didn’t like …

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Tips for Riding a Moto in South East Asia

I often get asked if I would hire a moto in South East Asia as a solo female backpacker…. well the short answer is, yes. I have done on a number of occasions. Riding a moto in South East Asia is a rite of passage for many backpackers. However,  the long …

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Chanita Thai Cooking Class – Review

Thailand is full of amazing food and amazing cooking classes. However, Chanita Thai Cooking Class on Koh Samui was a disappointing experience that I wouldn’t recommend. I would recommend doing a Thai cooking class somewhere else though as I have had lots of amazing experiences in the past. On this …

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$5 Feast – Taco’s in Tulum, Mexico

Today’s $5 Feast – is from one of my favourite places in the world. Mexico. I always knew that I loved Mexican food, but it wasn’t until I went there that I realised that I also love the country. So this month I have been chatting with the amazing Brittany …