How's it goin'? David here - a full time homosexual type who's a bit keen on travel. On December 31st 2012, I flew to Bangkok to kick off a massive travel adventure. Expect posts about hot locals, dodgy gay bars, and how the humidity is messin' with my hair.


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Posts tagged "Walking"
So, I climbed a volcano in Mexico

So, I climbed a volcano in Mexico

When you think about Mexico, you are probably not thinking of a country that is geared up for adventure tourism. Mexico is known for its great beaches and delicious food, but if you are after a long hike or a climbing experience, this country probably isn’t the first that springs to mind. But anybody who...
Falling in love with village life in Mondulkiri

Falling in love with village life in Mondulkiri

I am both a city boy and a ‘home person’- it is a wonder that I travel at all. During my stay in Cambodia, I made Phnom Penh my home, and was semi-reluctant to leave. Alas, my time in Cambodia was coming to a close and I realized that I’d not seen that much of...
Luang Prabang’s #1 attraction: Kuang Si Waterfalls

Luang Prabang’s #1 attraction: Kuang Si Waterfalls

Without a shadow of a doubt, the most popular and impressive attraction in Luang Prabang is Kuang Si Falls. During the six weeks that I spent in Luang Prabang, the only day that a tuk tuk driver didn’t ask if I wanted to go to the waterfalls was the day that I was bed ridden...
Go trekking around Chiang Mai - it's awesome.

Go trekking around Chiang Mai – it’s awesome.

Chiang Mai has a lot going for it. A bustling weekend walking street market, tonnes of great cafes and restaurants (with loads of vegetarian options for veggie types like me), temples aplenty, and a laid back atmosphere that makes spending time in the city in north Thailand a pleasure. But most people don’t come to...
Go trekking in Munnar - it's awesome.

Go trekking in Munnar – it’s awesome.

I grew up in a major city, I’ve always lived in a major city, and it’s the bustle of city life that I tend to be attracted to. So visiting Kerala and falling so hard for it was a little bit of a surprise for me. Unlike other parts of India, Kerala is pretty laid...
Photos: Walking from Varkala to Odayam

Photos: Walking from Varkala to Odayam

Life in Varkala is none too stressful. When I was in Kerala’s beautiful beach town for a week over Christmas last year, I spent my days tanning (i.e burning) myself on the beach, treating myself to the occasional massage, eating ridico amazing South Indian food, consuming a few too many super cheap (and strong) cocktails...