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Recently I was going through some old photos and videos and I came across some footage of the eight week trip we took two years ago with Matt’s sister and her boyfriend.We joined them at the start of their year of traveling and had a blast exploring Thailand, Laos and Angkor […]

On the road: Eight weeks in Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and ...

  Nakhon Sawan is not a spectacular town. There are no beaches nor mountains. No skyscrapers or wild nightlife. It’s a quiet town full of great food and friendly faces and that’s  what we love about it.   Once a year, however, the town transforms of Chinese New Year. Nakhon […]

Chinese New Year

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    I can vividly remember the first time I had french toast. We were in the disgusting kitchen of my miserable second year student house and we were following a YouTube tutorial on how to make ‘egg bread’.    It wasn’t the best or most glamorous eggy bread I’ve had […]

French Toast 4 ways

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If you’re on Instagram, you’ll probably be familiar with the #bestnine hashtag. An app finds your top photos from the past year based on number of likes and puts them into a collage. It’s a fun way to look back at the year. I’ve stolen this idea and made a […]

Our #bestnine of 2016

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  I’ve never been a huge fan of New Year Eve – too much pressure and expectation. You need to have a plan way in advance, you MUST  be doing something. Everthing is booked up and SO  expensive!   But this year we went away to the beach with friends […]

New Year on Koh Mak

Best Food in Town!
Our favourite food in town is found in a busy, brightly light restaurant furnished with tin tables and a distinct lack of walls. If you’ve ever visited us, you’ve almost definitely eaten here at least one.   It doesn’t look fancy but it’s well known in Nakhon Sawan for it’s […]

Here in Nakhon Sawan: What we eat….

Mulu National Park is a World Heritage Area and it’s not hard to see why. Isolated in the dense rainforest of Sarawak, Borneo, it is home to huge cave systems, dramatic limestone structures and a whole host of wildlife. Here’s a video of what we got up to and what I […]

Vlog from the Rainforest!

Walking above the Borneo jungle!
  We touched down at Mulu airport less than 24 hours after completing our descent from the peak of Mt. Kinabalu. Our legs were creaking with every step as we shuffled off the tiny plane onto the equally tiny runway. It’s basically a bumpy stretch of tarmac in the middle of […]

Gurung Mulu National Park

Climbing Mt. Kinabalu
About six months ago, we were sat in a cute little cafe in Varanasi.Sick of curry and growing tired of the noise and chaos of India, we used a rare afternoon of decent wifi and coffee to think abut our next trip.   Borneo had been on our list for […]

Climbing Mt. Kinabalu