Happy International Yoga day wanderers! Whilst travelling through Indonesia for the past 6 weeks I have discovered my passion for the art of yoga and hope that one day it will help to fund my travels around the rest of the world. With daily yoga practice I've tried out a fair few yoga shalas and … Continue reading The best guide to Yoga in Indonesia
I can't quite believe I'm more than half way through, 6 months into this beautiful Asian adventure. Travelling has become a way of life, I honestly can't imagine my days without encountering all these beautiful faces and places on this ever-changing journey. I love everything about this world, the dirty roads, the smiling locals, the … Continue reading Lonely Travel – The empty promise of a travelling man.
Many stories of Bali have spread like fire throughout the Asia backpacker scene over the years. Hearing these on my (almost) 6 month journey of the battered path around southeast Asia somewhat dampened my eager spirit about arriving to this Indonesian island that seems to be the first sun-drenched destination to appear on my Instagram … Continue reading Paradise in Canggu at Mondo Surf & Lifestyle Village
Wow, this is a bit sensible isn't it... I know you're used to me writing about sex, periods and female dramas but after receiving a TON of questions from friends and you lovely wanderers I've attempted to put together a travel guide of sorts. My recent vlog showed me jumping from boats, kayaking through caves … Continue reading How to spend 1 month in Vietnam – Solo budget travel guide
Don't worry, I'm not about to endorse a product claiming to be a love potion or talk to you about playing hard to get and promote sleezey dating sites. I've had a recent revelation, glancing at couples on their adventures together around the globe wandering just how that happened when you're constantly on the move. … Continue reading How to meet ‘the one’ when you’re travelling
Girls. Let's talk about that 'travel destroyer' we call our periods. It's really a b*tch when you're on the road. From surviving 15 hour bus journeys, nights out that never end and going for a dip in the tropical waters of your destination, there is 1 little tool that means you can do all … Continue reading Female travel essentials – Diva Cup review
Although I only had 2 weeks in Laos I felt it was plenty of time to explore this little country. It shocked me in many ways, not only was it more developed than I could have imagined but it was a mish mash of several cultures and drunken games. It swallowed me up and spat … Continue reading 5 Things you should know about Laos