About 30 minutes off the south of Bali lies three beautiful islands, Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Penida and Nusa Ceningan. There are less tourists, no cars and compared to Bali, there aren’t many motorbikes either. Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan are joined by a small, yellow suspension bridge, allowing only pedestrians and motorbikes across. This is our quick guide to Nusa Lembongan! Read More
If you’re off travelling to South East Asia but have to stop over before getting to your destination, Kuala Lumpur is a great place to acclimatise to the weather and get over jet lag. We stopped off in KL for 3 nights on our way to Thailand and it was enough time to get over the 13-hour plane journey from London Heathrow and to see the beautiful, cultural city.
When planning a trip to South East Asia, whether its summer or Monsoon season, you mainly need to pack light with lots of loose clothing. However, make sure you respect the local culture such as packing clothes to cover your legs and shoulders for visiting temples, churches or mosques.
Amsterdam is a city renowned for it’s legal marijuana, prostitutes, bar crawls and its crowded tourist centre. However, for adventurous explorers like us who are willing to step aside from the tourist side of the city, Amsterdam has a lot more to offer.
One of the most spectacular coastlines in Europe, jaw-dropping canyons, untouched lakes, pristine rivers, treacherous mountains and you probably haven’t heard of it! Squeeze all of this into a country smaller than Wales and you have Montenegro, one of the most beautiful countries in the world.