I personally can’t seem to stay in the UK for more than 10 minutes, and if you’re like me you’re always planning and researching your next trip. 🙂
(A fortnight ago I headed over to Puglia for the weekend (67 Photos To Inspire Your Trip To Puglia), last week I was in the gorgeous Botswana, and next week I’ll be over in Marrakesh.)
BUT out of all my travels, I just can’t seem away from the beautiful islands of Thailand. Last month was my third trip and…you guessed it! It was spent island hopping…again. 🙂 BUT it was my first time to Ao Nang Krabi.
With hundreds of gorgeous islands scattered along the coast of Thailand, it is becoming increasingly difficult to decide which islands to include in your Thailand island hopping itinerary. Each offers idyllic beaches, beautiful sunset spots, delicious restaurants and a number of cool activities, BUT each is just as dreamy as the next.
So how’s a traveller to choose?!
Hopefully I can help 🙂
It can be daunting planning a trip to an entirely new place – one of the things I personally struggle with is working out how to actually get from place to place.
Vietnam is definitely well equipped for the thousands of backpackers that flood through customs every year, and all public transport routes are well-connected, have a regular service and are extremely reliable.
We used a mix of methods to travel around Vietnam on our 2 week itinerary, and all have their pros and cons. Stay with me and I’ll go into a little more detail, but first make sure you have the top 8 things in Vietnam covered…
Working out the must-sees and must do’s of a country you’ve never visited before can be overwhelming. And there’s no guessing why when we not only have Google to consult, but tons of travel blogs, thousands of travel websites and hundreds of social media platforms like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr, YouTube…(the list goes on)…
While travelling Vietnam, I created a 2 week itinerary to make sure we got to do and see some of the best things in Vietnam. We were determined to get right up to Sapa to trek the rice terraces, meet the tribal women and experience a homestay. Our first hurdle was finding out how to get to Sapa and working out whether we actually had enough time to do it on a two week trip (the answer is yes!)…