• Returning home

    Flying home was an adventure to say the least. Leaving Bangkok late because of a late incoming was a great start to the trip. We finally took off around 3am. The flight was completely packed and we were all ready to get going. Unfortunately about two hours into the flight…

  • Bangkok

    Bangkok was the last mega city that I visited on the trip. After having only spent 5 days there, I think I can say that I really like it. There is a certain raw gritty city vibe that the city gives off. On top of the phenomenal food, culture, unique…

  • Ko Samui

    Ko Samui Ko Samui was a blast. It was very similar to the island we visited just off the coast of Vietnam, Phu Quoc. We stayed 3 days and 3 nights, with a mix of beaches, swimming, scooter riding, more beaches, and snorkeling. It was a blast. It was actually…

  • Chiangmai

    After spending just one night in Bangkok, we caught a cheap flight up north to Chiang Mai. Everybody we’ve met for far has told us to spend most of our time in Thailand up North or in the South, getting out of Bangkok as soon as you can. We came…

  • Battambang

    Battambang is pronounced bat-a-bong, and it was our last stop in Cambodia before moving into Thailand. We just had one day here before our lengthy bus ride to Bangkok the next morning. It’s a pretty small town that not to many people visit. Just a stop on the way to…

  • Siem Reap

    We made it to Siem Reap after another lengthy bus ride. They are sort of become a theme here in Asia haha. Day one we skipped the most famous temple Angkor way and instead went to Ankgor Thom, and Bayon and a bunch of smaller temples. Even after we visited…

  • Phnom Penh

    I had heard both good and bad things about Phnom Penh before arriving, and after having stayed a couple of days; I can say that I didn’t really like it. It’s not a relatively big city, but it seems dirtier, grittier, and a lot more “raw” that some of the…

  • Kampot

    Crossing the border from Vietnam, there was an instant change in the housing, and use of the land. Rice fields are everywhere, and the houses look a bit more conventional, than they did throughout Vietnam. It was really crazy to see such a visible change, just because we crossed an…

  • Phu Quoc

    After spending a short night in Rach Gia after arriving at 3am, we took a ferry to Phu Quoc where we spent the next 3 days. The ferry was small hydrofoil and it took almost 3 hours to get to the island. We grabbed taxis with some girls from Australia,…

  • Ho Chi Ming City (Saigon)

    After I landed and met up with Dwang for the night we ate some food and went to bed. I was pretty exhausted. I woke up and went out to get lost in the city. It was quite different from the rest of Vietnam, as the people seemed much more…