This month we celebrate 3 years of being location independent, traveling full time. In the past 3 years, we’ve explored 10 countries (11 if you include South Africa) - Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia - Bali, Namibia, Botswana, Mozambique, Lesotho, Swaziland, and Georgia. Traveling and Kids This has been the most incredible journey of our lives. … Continue reading 3 Years Traveling Full Time – How was It?
The Ayutthaya Kingdom existed in 1351 to 1767. During this time it was the trading capital of Asia boasting with palaces, ceremonies and huge floats of merchant boats from all over the world. It was attacked by the Burmese army who burned the city to the ground and forced the inhabitants to abandon the city. Today, … Continue reading AYUTTHAYA – Going Back in Time (Thailand)
We share some travel tips on how to travel Phi Phi island on a budget. It is actually not so difficult to arrange your own transport and tours instead of making use of a travel agency. Here is how we did it: How to get to Phi Phi island from Phuket We made use … Continue reading How to count your pennies on Phi Phi Island…with kids
A Travel Guide to One Of Malaysia's Most Beautiful Islands HOW TO GET TO TIOMAN ISLAND Stay over in Mersing --> We traveled by bus to Mersing and because our arrival time and the departure time of the ferry was within one hour, we decided to rather spend a night in Mersing, just to be … Continue reading TRAVELING TIOMAN ISLAND…WITH KIDS
The largest man-made lake in South East Asia surrounded by the world's oldest rainforest? This had to be investigated! Lake Kenyir was named after Kenyir River, one of many rivers whose level rose due to the construction of Jenagor Dam. This resulted in the mountains and hills being submerged to become 340 little islands. … Continue reading ROAD TRIP TO LAKE KENYIR…WITH KIDS
We stayed in Penang for 30 days and this island just captured our hearts… HOW TO GET TO PENANG FROM KUALA LUMPUR Fly - more expensive option, but quickest ETS train - more scenic, cheaper than flying but more expensive than the bus, takes longer than the bus. After reaching Butterworth you need to catch … Continue reading Traveling Penang… with Kids