Off the Tourist Track: Visiting the Federal Territory Mosque in Kuala Lumpar

VISITING THE FEDERAL TERRITORY MOSQUE IN KUALA LUMPAR Living in London for several years and having the rest of Europe at my doorstep meant I was constantly on the move- travelling to new cities to discover new-to-me cultures, cuisines, drinks, and of course, historical landmarks. In Europe, this often meant visiting at least one cathedral … Continue reading Off the Tourist Track: Visiting the Federal Territory Mosque in Kuala Lumpar

The Ultimate 3 Month Guide to Experiencing Southeast Asia

Say the words, ‘Southeast Asia‘ and you’ll draw mental imagery of long-tail boats, white sand beaches, lazy rivers and rolling mountains, gorgeous temples, flaming street food, scooters on every corner, thundering waterfalls, lush rainforests, and ruins of civilisations past. It’s a part of the world that can overwhelm first time visitors with how much there … Continue reading The Ultimate 3 Month Guide to Experiencing Southeast Asia

An Unforgettable Two Weeks Exploring Southeast Asia

Say the words, ‘Southeast Asia‘ and you’ll draw mental imagery of long-tail boats, white sand beaches, lazy rivers, rolling mountains, gorgeous temples, flaming street food, scooters on every corner, thundering waterfalls, lush rainforests, and ruins of civilisations past. It’s a part of the world that can overwhelm first time visitors with how much there is … Continue reading An Unforgettable Two Weeks Exploring Southeast Asia

The Best Cafes in Medellin for Digital Nomads & Bangin’ Coffee

Ah, Medellin. In the digital nomad community, there are certain places around the world you hear about often- Chiang Mai, Kuala Lumpar, Bali, Da Nang, Sai Gon, Sophia, Belgrade, and Bucharest, just to name a few. Most of these famed places are in Asia or Eastern Europe. Don’t get me wrong- there are plenty of … Continue reading The Best Cafes in Medellin for Digital Nomads & Bangin’ Coffee

5 Places in Southeast Asia I Fell for Head Over Heels

Say the words, ‘Southeast Asia‘ and you’ll draw mental imagery of long-tail boats, white sand beaches, lazy rivers and rolling mountains, gorgeous temples, flaming street food, scooters on every corner, thundering waterfalls, lush rainforests, and ruins of civilisations past. It’s a part of the world that can overwhelm first time visitors with how much there … Continue reading 5 Places in Southeast Asia I Fell for Head Over Heels