Author: Amy

I have always loved to travel. I’ve always wanted to write. I also love to eat.

I now have the privilege of being able to do all three, by ‘throwing in the towel’ so to speak and travelling full-time with my partner Mike, writing about our experiences, and eating new and exotic (but not too exotic) foods.

One day I’d love to get paid to travel (don’t we all), own a chateau in France, be fluent in Italian, French and Spanish, and be able to eat anything I want without a) getting food poisoning, and b) getting fat.

More than anything, I hope to encourage others to take more time out in their lives to travel (if not their whole life!) by sharing our experiences as to how easy and affordable long term travel can be.

It's time for ATV adventures in Boracay!

An ATV Adventure In Boracay

Boracay generally has idyllic weather year-round, except during monsoon season. Whilst it’s not usually affected too heavily, there are times when there are strong winds and lots of rain. In weather like this some of Boracay’s adventure activities are not always possible. There is one adventure however that can usually be undertaken in rain, hail or shine – and we… Read more →

How Much Does it Cost to Travel in China?

Ah, China – home to the Great Wall, the Giant Panda and 1.3 billion people – making it the most populated country on the planet. China has fascinated travellers for a long time – however there aren’t too many who travel to this mysterious country of the far east. Difficulties obtaining a complex visa, the obvious language barrier and the… Read more →

Our new car and travelling companion Ghost!

14 Months on the Road

After a few months of soul-searching after our last blog post, we’re back with lots of news to share with you all! We apologise for the hiatus – it’s amazing just how busy life can get when you fall back into your old routines! In our 12 Months on the Road blog post, we shared with you that we’d come… Read more →

How To Stay Online in China

In todays modern age, the internet is indispensable when it comes to travel. We scour websites online to find the cheapest flight, and book it ourselves. We book accommodation online. We read stories and feedback and recommendations when it comes to planning what to do and see at our destination. We plan our route on maps so we know how… Read more →

Kampot, Cambodia

How Much Does it Cost to Travel Cambodia?

Cambodia is one of South East Asia’s hotspots, commonly visited on a typical Thailand-Cambodia-Vietnam-Laos backpacking trip, and also drawing visitors from all over the globe to visit the famed Angkor Wat temples in Siem Reap. It’s other appeal is that its quite cheap to travel – you can get around on the smallest of budgets. Cambodia has some of the… Read more →

Transport in China: Getting Around the Country

China is MASSIVE. An incredibly huge country. If you hope to explore even just a few of its highlights, it will involve cross-country travel. In fact, we spent 7 days out of our 23 day trip in China travelling to our next destination. There’s no avoiding it – exploring China means long days travelling. But what’s the best way to… Read more →

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