Top 10 Drum & Bass Albums of 2012

Top 10 Drum & Bass Albums of 2012
Well we’ve almost reached the end of 2012 and with no more releases in sight it is safe to round up the best Drum & Bass albums of 2012. Now you might imagine it would be easy to come up with a top 10 list of albums right? Well, for a scene where EP’s and ...

Last few weeks in Vietnam

We’ve been traveling quite a bit recently and have covered quite a lot of the country since the last post… We caught a plane from Saigon up to Hanoi, where we stayed for a few days before going so Sapa which is a mountain town right on the border to China. The surroundings are stunning ...

Good Morning Vietnam

Now that the Dengue fever has been and gone we’ve moved onto Vietnam. We stopped off at Koh Tonsay (aka Rabbit Island) in Cambodia before leaving the country, and this island was lovely, really quiet and the village island life has really been preserved on this tropical island. The boat journey out to this island ...

One bus crash, one tropical island, and one dose of Dengue Fever 2

Recently our experiences have been a little bit mixed. Some great experiences and some not so great… We left Battambang and took the 13 hour bus journey to the south coast city of Sihanoukville this in itself would be bad enough but around 11 hours in we were involved in a bus crash. The bus ...

The land of smiles

We’re now 8 days into Cambodia, and so far we’re loving it! After visiting Phnom Penh and it’s very saddening remnants of Pol Pots regime, we were glad to move on. S21 detention camp and the killing fields were a brutal reminder of mans inhumanity,the killing fields still have human bones and clothes rags sticking ...

Travel onwards to Cambodia from Laos

Travel onwards to Cambodia from Laos
We’ve been and left Si Phan Don (“Four Thousand Islands”) in southern Laos, and are now in Phnom Penh, in Cambodia, our sixth country on the trip. The four thousand islands is located at the very south of Laos where the Mekong becomes wider and shallower and where literally thousands of islands and islets exist ...

Logistical Planning of Border Crossings

Hey Everyone, Just a short post to let you know of our plans for the next 1-2 weeks. We’re currently right in the very south of Laos (after two grueling days by local bus – and my backpack got soaked in fish water on the last local bus, everything smells quite fragrant now!) and soon ...

Hill Tribe Trekking in remotest Laos

Me and Christina have just returned from a raw four day trek into the remote hill tribes of Laos and had an awesome time. The trek was arranged through an eco tourism company called Tiger Trail where the money you pay is distributed to the villages that you visit and the local community. The trek ...

Laos Incoming!

Hello Everyone, We’ve now crossed over into Laos, our fifth country on the trip, and have thankfully avoided all the trouble that was kicking off in Thailand. Before leaving Thailand we visited the far north of the country, and stopped in Chiang Mai for a few days for the Thai New Year (called Songkran), this ...

Diving, Culture and Myanmar

Firstly just to let everyone know, we’re ok and safe. The protests and the newly announced national state of emergency sounds a lot worse than it is here in Thailand. We just caught some protests in Bangkok, but here where we are there’s nothing to tell that there’s anything wrong. Thailand gets a new government ...