Tag: Hiking

I left my heart in Brisbane

I left my heart in Brisbane

Time of Year: Early August. Duration of Stay: 4 days I landed two hours too early for my hostel check in on Sunday. After a double shift on Saturday, no sleep, no shower and no change of clothes, bedraggled was probably an understatement. But rather […]

Adventure Here – Da Lat

Adventure Here – Da Lat

Much like the Malaysian Cameron Highlands, Da Lat is a welcome break from the heat and humidity of Vietnam where you won’t find air con in most of the hostels and a rain coat is a must. Da Lat is a stop for the adventurous. […]

The Last British Outpost – Tana Rata

The Last British Outpost – Tana Rata

Tana Rata was not the sleepy highland town I was expecting. Most of the journey from KL was passed in deep slumber, until we reached the dense jungle of the lower mountains and excitement chased away the dreams for the rest of the journey. The […]

Birds Without Wings and Men Without Sorrow – Kayakoy

Birds Without Wings and Men Without Sorrow – Kayakoy

Before sunrise is the best, but not the most convenient, time to arrive at Kayakoy. We pick our way down the dirty, rutted dust track with phone torches barely illuminating our way until the path opens out onto a bowl containing a couple of restaurants and […]

Roses, Blessings and Dawn Hikes – Pushkar

Roses, Blessings and Dawn Hikes – Pushkar

By Pushkar I’d already been in India two weeks, but I’d learnt a lot; not to be cliched. India pushes you to the edge of your tolerances from the moment you step out of the airport and then dares you to jump over the edge without […]