Da Lat

We arrive in Dalat after a full day of travelling, which was made infinitely better by the seat beds on the bus where you could lie down and sleep for the whole journey. When we get to the hostel, it…

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Ho Chi Minh City

Vietnam is the country I’ve been looking forward to seeing the most, so I’m really excited to arrive at our first stop of Ho Chi Minh City. We dump our bags at the hostel and head out for an explore, which loses momentum…

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Siem Reap

After an incredibly confusing border crossing that we definitely wouldn’t have been able to manage on our own, we make it into Cambodia and arrive at our first stop, Siem Reap. Things get even more confusing when we try and…

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Bangkok

We land in Bangkok to start our Asian leg of the trip and it’s quite a bit hotter than New Zealand, or anywhere I’ve been before ever. We leave the airport and, for reasons I still don’t understand to this…

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Rotorua

The interesting smell that’s suddenly coming through the windows on the bus confirms that we’ve arrived in Rotorua. (They weren’t messing about giving it the nickname Sulphur City, bloody hell). We take a deep breath, get off the bus, and…

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Taupo

One hour and 7,345 pictures of mountains later and we arrive in Taupo. After spending a week in two big cities, we’re excited to see the other side to New Zealand – the proper sexy side you see on films…

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Auckland

After months of planning, delayed decision making and packing procrastination, our departure day has finally arrived. I strap on my suspiciously light backpack, check for the 375th time that I’ve got my passport, say goodbye to family and friends (not…

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Hello

Hi! I’m Sarah, a 24-year-old copywriter and part time traveller from Leeds. After spending most of my life gallivanting about on an adventure somewhere across the world in order to avoid making proper grown-up decisions, I thought it would be a…

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