Vientiane is unlike any capital city we’ve ever visited. It is very compact and boasts a population of less than a million. It is choc-a-block full of Buddhist temples and has so many new luxury cars on the roads that it is very hard to more »
Or, the story of how ‘a week or so’ became almost 3 months for this pair of digital nomads… So, we made Hue (pronounced Hu-ay, to rhyme with whey) our home for almost 3 months. We didn’t intend to stay for so long but more »
After the relative desertion of Da Nang our next stop was far more busy. Hoi An is a major tourist destination. It is the ‘must see’ place in the central region with a reputation for being ‘magical’. It is certainly much more pretty than Da more »
After the visit to the Killing Fields we settled down to spend 9 days in the capital city. We moved away from the Riverside area which is where many of the tourist hotels, guesthouses and restaurants are and into the Sorya area. A little further more »
Kuala Lumpur is a diverse, hardworking and somewhat polluted city. It is quite small really: Google gives me a population estimate of just over 1.6m compared to over 8m for London and Bangkok and 12.5m for Mumbai. This means the whole city is pretty accessible more »
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