There are plenty of options traveling by land in Vietnam. There is a pretty extensive railway system, plenty of buses, and no shortage of people...Keep Reading!
We had our first Vietnamese bus experience heading north from Hoi An to Hue. We didn’t realize when we booked it but we ended up on a sleeper bus...Keep Reading!
Vietnam is more than 1,000 miles north to south so we did a bit of research before making our move to central Vietnam. There are trains, buses, and...Keep Reading!
She’s back! After a few more days of rest and some very strong antibiotics, Cole is back in business. She is feeling much better and her arm is...Keep Reading!
Well, when it rains in pours. Somewhere along the way in Cambodia, adding insult to injury, Cole picked up a nasty stomach flu. It hit the night...Keep Reading!
There are several bus services that run from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh, and we opted for the Giant Ibis. The bus was pretty full but was...Keep Reading!
We got up yesterday morning rearing to go for a few hours of temples. Our tuk tuk driver that we hired for a few days was unavailable and sent his...Keep Reading!
It’s hard to believe that Angkor was once the largest city in the world. During its peak in the 14th century Angkor was home to more than a million...Keep Reading!
We loaded our bags back onto the motorbike and made it north without incident. Rooms are in high demand this time of year, so we had to settle for...Keep Reading!
Ko Lanta is about 20 miles long and we wanted to go check out the southern end of the island while we were here. We booked a place about ten miles...Keep Reading!
Baan Long Beach has been a great place to stay for a few nights. The owner and operator, also named Jay, has been extremely helpful and so nice to...Keep Reading!
We left Ko Pu a few days ago and went south to Ko Lanta. Leaving Ko Pu was equally as amusing as getting there. In order to leave, we had to get...Keep Reading!