Flying from Las Vegas we had scored some cheap flights with Cathay Pacific. We had a flight with their airline partner American Airlines first from las Vegas to Los Angeles. Then a 2 hour stop-over in LA where we changed airports from the domestic to international beforegetting onto our next flight which was 14 hours with Cathay Pacific […]
As you all know we LOVED our time in Southeast Asia and after five and a half months travelling the region we got to experience many of the different countries and cultures. We discovered that Southeast Asia is a hugely diverse area with so much to offer everyone regardless of if you are a traveller, […]
5 Months in Asia – My Adventure From Singapore Slingers to Peaking Duck, what an adventure Asia has been. Spending five months traveling our way overland from Singapore to Beijing. Traveling Asia was fun, Hard and more rewarding than anything I’v ever done. It has taught me that you really don’t need much in […]
KIM’S ASIA WRAP-UP Starting in Singapore we couldn’t have asked for more The start of our journey – it’s what we had been waiting for, Malaysia so untouched and wild Had us running through the jungle like a child, While in Thailand at Muay Thai Knees, elbows and kicks would fly, Laos taught me happiness […]
Food and Drinks, two things Duane and Kim can’t live without. As we make our way around the world we are of course encountering many types of food and drinks we love and hate and some things we have never heard of before. You can find just about anything and everything to eat in Asia […]
To get to Georgetown, Penang we had to take a bus from the Cameron Highlands and then a ferry across to the old town. The whole process was rather painless with the only annoyance being people not sitting in their correct seats on the bus. This has become something we have noticed as ‘common’ and its […]
The five hours’ drive in the mini-van was coming to an end. The road weaves down through the hills then climb back out and you start to get the feeling you are getting close to the Highlands. Suddenly, all you can see is clouds and jungle before you. The twists and turns in the road increase and tucked […]
As the bus pulled to a stop it was still dark outside. The two of us, along with the three girls we met on the bus were approached by a guy telling us to follow him as he had the first boat leaving that morning. We were a bit unsure if he actually had the first […]
Stamp, Stamp – we were in! Both with a Malaysian Visa in hand. No need for the proof of onward travel we were worried about, phew. Back on the luxury bus that had recliner seats, inbuilt vibrating massagers and adjustable air-con above your head, this backpacking business wasnt so bad after all. We were so […]
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