Originally in our travels we would think we may go to Nepal. But ever since we saw the flights going there, it is quite expensive to get to Kathmandu. But along in our travels we somehow arrived in India and next thing you know we came to Nepal via overland border and pay $40USD per … Continue reading Nepal: What the Trek?
After a long overnight bus trip from Nagano, we arrived in Kyoto in the morning. I had a good sleep with it's super comfy seats and listening to some smooth music where I slept comfortably. Until I heard a burst of giggly noise from my wife which I knew she must be listening to one … Continue reading Visit Japan: Strolling into Kyoto
We spent the night in Yudanaka and it was cool experience sleeping on the futon mat and using the traditional yutaka clothing. I think i can get used to this and plus its good for the back and having an awesome posture. Considering that we have to spend one night and check out is 9am, … Continue reading Visit Japan: Snow-Monkey Magic
We took a ride from Tokyo to Nagano via Willer Bus and it doesn't disappoint. The bus ride is quite comfortable and lot of features to block the light, reclining the chair and charging the phone. Also provides blankets for cold nights or watching a horror movie. Train from Nagano Lots to see in Nagano … Continue reading Visit Japan: On-Sens in Yudanaka
We heard Tokyo is going to be expensive for sight seeing and after spending our visits in South East Asia, I think we'll be in for a rude awakening.
Our trip to Gili Island did not disappoint. For our 3 days here, it is like we have been dropped smack bang into the middle of a national geographic magazine. Pristine clear blue waters, colourful tropical fish, white sand and palm trees. To the right of the beach, there is a beautiful view of the … Continue reading 3 days in Gili Island – Day One
Today we went to Padangbai, a small port town that acts as the connecting link between Bali Island and Lombok Island. It is a great spot for snorkelling and diving with some crystal clear waters and coral reefs very close to the shore. It is the perfect place for a one day trip and a … Continue reading One day in Padangbai
Hello Readers, My Wife and I have been travelling quite a while now. So far it has been 12 weeks onto our sabbatical year trip around the world, and I would like to give what we think so far on travelling just with our carry-on backpacks. Most airlines, especially budget airlines have a 7 kilo weight … Continue reading Guide in using only Carry-On Backpacks
Ah ah ah ah Staying Alive, Staying Alive.... With all our misconceptions and paranoia. How did we survive in this city? Well we just go with the flow and eat ice creams. With our carry-on bags we have managed to pack light by wearing most of the heavy clothes on a well air-conditioned airport in Hanoi. Passing … Continue reading Staying Alive at Bangkok
During the month of Water Festival, we headed through to a remote island from Bangkok to enjoy the sun and lazing on the beach. This place is called Ko Chang. It's a 6-7 hour journey to take the bus, a taxi jeep and a ferry. We tried to wake up early morning to catch the government bus … Continue reading Staying cool in Koh Chang