Stage 2 of our Easter Adventure We left Chiang Mai on Tuesday morning after picking up our little jeep. We decided to drive the loop in a clockwise direction, heading first to Mae Chaem via Doi Inthanon; Thailands tallest peak. We set off and instantly discovered how uncomfortable our little jeep was, bouncing all over… Continue reading Driving the Mae Hong Son Loop
We arrived at the airport nice and early and took our time eating some lunch and doing a bit of shopping before the first 16 hour flight to Bangkok. The flight was uneventful and we landed around midday the next day in Thailand. We've been here before, so we calmly made our way down to… Continue reading Arriving in Thailand – Stage 1 of our Easter Adventure
Since booking the flights for this trip and telling people what we are doing, most think we are crazy to do so much in so little time and ask why we booked it. The simple answer is that the flights were on a super special sale with Emirates and we managed to bag all the… Continue reading Big Easter Adventure to Thailand, New Zealand and Bali… Are we crazy?
Ok that's a bold statement, especially since I have my own travel blog, but it's a serious thing that I have thought about a lot because, I don't want to be, but I probably am... First of all, why do people write travel blogs? Having read quite a lot of 'about' pages and also thinking… Continue reading Is everyone who writes a travel blog a narcissist?
So... Pete got a GoPro off some special for Christmas this year! 😉 We are hoping to make some epic videos from our upcoming adventure to Thailand, New Zealand and Indonesia, so we have made a new YouTube Channel in preparation! Please subscribe to our YouTube channel HERE. So far we've only done a couple… Continue reading New YouTube Channel!
The drive to Lake Mburo National Park (LMNP) was along roads we had been before. We headed south from Kichwamba before joining the main road to Masaka. As I have commented previously, we still couldn’t get over how many people walk on the roads here. All life is centred around the main roads. The markets,… Continue reading Giraffes and Zebra in Lake Mburo National Park
From lake Bunyonyi we continued North towards Queen Elizabeth National Park, the most popular national park in Uganda thanks to it’s countless animals including elephants, hippos and lions. The drive there was quite long but extremely scenic, even when it rained, it was great to experience, the rain drops were huge, flickering from rain to… Continue reading Safari self drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park