Thailand: Sustainable Travel Tips For Kanchanaburi

A week ago we left Bangkok and headed west 128km on a train to Kanchanaburi. After spending seven nights in the town, I thought I'd share a few of my sustainable travel tips just incase any of you were to ever visit. Eat at On's Thai Issan - I'm not a vegetarian, nor am I vegan. … Continue reading Thailand: Sustainable Travel Tips For Kanchanaburi

China: Yangshuo’s Secret Beach (Plastic Problems)

It all started two days ago with our hostel host telling us about a 'secret beach' (very cliche I know!). Yesterday morning we gathered some street food snacks, plenty of water and headed out on foot to find the beach. After three hours of walking in 30°C and 80% humidity we gave up and headed … Continue reading China: Yangshuo’s Secret Beach (Plastic Problems)

Sustainable Swimwear Saving Our Seas

Unless you've been living under a rock, you'll probably be aware that I'm going travelling soon (t-minus 42 days), which means I'm starting to think about what to pack... I'll be travelling extremely light (only taking a 60 litre rucksack), but as a lot of the time I'll be on a beach or near a … Continue reading Sustainable Swimwear Saving Our Seas

Brilliant Brighton

"Fantastic expectations, amazing revelations." Ian Brown's F.E.A.R lyrics (featured on the road-trip playlist en-route to Brighton on Thursday morning) brilliantly sum-up my 48 hours in the beautiful city. Fantastic expectations - Months ago I booked a cool Airbnb (check out the decor!) right next to The Level park in Brighton as a celebration for Rob finishing … Continue reading Brilliant Brighton

Sunday Share

This weekend I haven't moved very far from the couch, had a very VERY lazy one. So for my blog post this week I thought I'd continue with the laziness and just share with you (from my couch) my thoughts on five things that are on my radar. Ecosia - My new search engine. A … Continue reading Sunday Share