Experience Cambodian Temples; Angkor Wat, Bayon and Ta Prohm

If you are heading to South East Asia, the temples of Siem Reap, Cambodia should be at the top of your go- see list. Siem Reap is known for it’s ancient temples and three of the most popular also known as the “big three” include Angkor Wat, the Bayon Temple (the faces temple) and TaContinue reading “Experience Cambodian Temples; Angkor Wat, Bayon and Ta Prohm”

Budapest: Travel Guide

Budapest is a city break that you need to take. We managed to visit for a long weekend in the first week of September while the weather was still pretty decent. This city is full of youthful vibes, alternative nightlife, vibrant street art, delicious food and so much more, making it a great pick forContinue reading “Budapest: Travel Guide”

The ‘City of Lights’ tour Paris

Paris is a city you can wander around for hours and hours, with a charming french cafe at every corner, the stunning, historic architecture and famous landmarks, you will not get bored. If you have a short, overnight layover in Paris you must go out and explore the city at night, it’s known as theContinue reading “The ‘City of Lights’ tour Paris”

Morocco Travel Itinerary – 1 Week

So you are trying to plan your trip to Morocco but have no idea where to start or what to include in your itinerary? This is the post for you! Morocco is a country that definitely needs a little bit of forward planning and research on where to visit, what to see, what to wearContinue reading “Morocco Travel Itinerary – 1 Week”

Why You Should Do a Homestay In Cambodia

(A Homestay is an opportunity for local people to share their culture and way of life with you by offering you bed and board in their own home and you’ll find them all over South East Asia.) Experiencing a traditional homestay in Cambodia was most one of the most memorable moments from my trip toContinue reading “Why You Should Do a Homestay In Cambodia”

Everything You Need To Know About Travelling To Morocco

Currency Morocco uses the Moroccan Dirham as its national currency. 1 US $ converts to 10 Dirhams. Euro is also accepted as a form of payment by much of the souk owners at the markets and accommodation such as Moroccan Riads and Dars. Budget Excluding accommodation, daily budget comes in at around the US $30-50Continue reading “Everything You Need To Know About Travelling To Morocco”

Safety Advice for Fez Morocco

If you get a chance to visit Fez, Morocco you will no doubt experience the utter chaos of walking through the Medina, the largest in the world which has over 9,500 sprawling streets and alleyways. So when people talk about getting lost while traveling, this medina will have you in a disorientated mess in seconds.Continue reading “Safety Advice for Fez Morocco”

Chefchaouen, Morocco Guide

Chefchaouen also named the Blue Pearl is a breath of fresh air and the perfect town to chill out in after experiencing the hectic cities of Marrakech and Fez. We had heard along the way that many people make the journey Chefchaouen as a day trip but it deserves more time than that on yourContinue reading “Chefchaouen, Morocco Guide”

A First Timer’s Guide to Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok was my first stop on my solo backpacking adventure around South East Asia. I made it my starting point due to a cheap flight from Dublin and I would also be joining a group tour through Vietnam and Cambodia from the city. I decided to arrive a few days before to find my bearingsContinue reading “A First Timer’s Guide to Bangkok, Thailand”