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appearances can be deceptive – edited

It’s been an up and down adrenaline tinged few weeks, the rush of passing the PADI Open water scuba instructor exams soon faded into a panic to look for work, something I resolutely refused to...

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Every cloud…

After a delightful twenty four hour catching up pit stop with friends in Singapore and via Kuala Lumpur for me (long story) we landed back in England in the early hours of June 24th...

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Hong Kong, Days 20 &21

After our first lovely day in Hong Kong, sans the tour group we carried on the theme for J’s birthday. Gifts given and Happy Birthday sung we were just about to head out for...

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Myanmar 2016

Our last day in Myanmar began with a shake and a shudder, the overnight train from Bagan to Yangon was hilarious, the rumours of it being bumpy were not understated. There were several times...

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Myanmar, Day 14, Bagan

Today was the kind of day dreams are made of, well at least the morning was. We woke at five and began slowly waking up and getting ready, knocked on Ma’s door at six...

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Myanmar, Day One, Yangon

Myanmar feels like the start of our travels proper, which having been travelling for over seven months now might seem a little strange. Somehow it feels more exotic, unknown and adventurous there’s been no...

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Woks Up!

We’d all decided we wanted to do a cooking class while Ma was here and looked into several before choosing the one at Le Meridien which is conveniently next door to us, ever lazy as I...