My Thoughts on Vietnam

After reading and hearing many other peoples negative experiences of Vietnam, I decided to share my own.
Before visiting Vietnam, I was worried. I had read so much about people getting scammed, getting robbed, having awful hostels, not getting dropped off at the right location, bad customer service, bad food and the list goes on. Calum was desperate to visit and I wanted to see the war memorials so we decided to head there anyway, but that didn’t stop me from being nervous.
In the weeks we spent in Vietnam, we came across no problems at all.

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10 CHEAP DESTINATIONS TO VISIT IN 2017

They say that travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer but having the funds to travel the world can be a challenge. For those wanting to spend as little as possible on their travels in 2017, here are 10 cheap but amazing destinations to explore this year.

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Creative Travel Guide take the Travel Whispers Blogger Challenge

So our little travel blog has been going for just under two months and it amazes me how much we have both learnt already! One of the best things I have taken away from blogging so far, is how incredible friendly and welcoming other bloggers are. I have had the opportunity to work with, chat and exchange advise with some awesome people who have fun, inspiring blogs. When I spotted Tracy from Tracys Travels in Time had taken part in The Travel Whispers Blogger Challenge, I decided it would be fun to join in too. Thanks to Stephanie Fox for starting the trend.

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20 PERFECT GIFT IDEAS FOR TRAVELERS

I find it so hard to buy for Calum and my travel loving friends! You can’t get them anything too big because it won’t fit in the luggage, or too heavy because again, of the luggage. You can’t buy them gifts for home because they are travelling so often. You can’t get them tickets for a show or event because they may not even be in the country at that time. Well, I am sure they will still love gifts for their return and you can of course, contact them to see when they will next be home. Some of these gifts are more practical than others, depending on the type of traveller your loved one is!

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CROSSING THE BORDER OF THAILAND & CAMBODIA – VISA INFORMATION

Backpacking Asia

After hearing about various scams and problems about the Bangkok to Siem Reap public transport options, we were dubious about making this trip. Flights are available but can be quite pricey for those backpacking Asia.

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20 FREE THINGS TO DO IN LONDON

There are so many free things to do in London and with the expensive hotels and restaurants around the city, it is worth taking advantage of those free gems. Here are some of our favourite picks that don’t cost a thing!

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