South East Asia

A Trip on the River to Bangkok’s Chinatown 2015

April 4, 20150 Comments

Having visited Bangkok on many occasions over the years we decided to succum to the call of Bangkok’s river the Chao Phraya River.  A trip to Bangkok is not considered complete unless you have glimpsed, or better still, ridden down these murky waters. It was hot and sticky (35 degrees plus) and we thought a […]

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Our Bangkok Hotel and Restaurant Tip for 2015

April 1, 20150 Comments

Bangkok is very much the same as we remember it, there doesn’t seem to be any discernible difference from our previous visits following the recent coup.  But then we don’t live here so how would we know. It was definitely quieter though; this could be simply because we are here at a different time of the year […]

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The Tune Airport Hotel KLIA2

March 30, 20152 Comments

After a long haul flight and a busy travel day ahead, you don’t want to risk making the jet lag worse.  You need a place you can relax, refresh, recharge and the Tune Hotel KLIA 2 has all this and more.  This has got to be the best reasonably priced flashpacking hotel ever. A Great […]

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Bangkok, Baggage, KLM: our 2015 Asia Adventure

March 29, 20150 Comments

Getting back to Flashpacking Its good to be back on the road after such a long time. For those that have followed our travels this is what has happened to us since taking a career break and embarking on our travel adventure in 2011. For those that did’nt it all started here with Craig and John […]

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Things To Do In Brunei

April 19, 20134 Comments

Sightseeing around Brunei Brunei is famous for its stunning sunsets, long days and beautiful mosques; however we’ve been told there is much more to do on a visit to the country.  After our own brief trip to the capital city, Bandar Seri Begawan, we received quite a few suggestions from readers of our travel blog, about places […]

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