Indo China – Day 8

Today was one of those days I was looking forward to since first booking this trip, but it was also one of the days we knew could end up being the most physically taxing to get through. The reason why I was looking forward to it is it was my chance to finally see one…

Indo China – Day 7

You know the saying, better work stories? Well here’s a better travel story that will make you laugh, as it sure made us laugh. After our orientation the night before, we were told that the tour bus will leave at 7am, and the included breakfast will be at 6am, so we decided to set our…

Indo China – Day 6

Well, funnily enough I talked about picking up a bug from water in yesterday’s post, and at 2.30am this morning young miss Mollidy was up vomiting for 5 hours, from what we think was a fruit drink she got from a vendor at the Chatuchak market. It was made of fresh fruit, which they say…

Indo China – Day 5

Our body clocks must be starting to adjust, as it was 6am that we woke up today, which was a big improvement on 5am the morning before, and 4.30am the morning before that. So we both felt fairly refreshed, and we also knew we were on the right track, as with the group trip starting…

Indo China – Day 4

This morning we got up early, because our body clocks are still a bit off, but it’s amazing how much energy you can still muster from only 4 hours sleep. But we just hung out in bed watching Thai Kick Boxing on TV, then got around to our showers, before heading out around 8.30am. Today’s…

Indo China – Day 3

Wow, we really did pick a hot spot of entertainment to stay at right here, as when I woke up at 4.30am, fairly refreshed, I could still hear the party going on outside. So clearly the night market and clubs are a big hit with the tourists, and I wouldn’t be surprised if that’s the…

Indo China – Day 1 & 2

And so, it begins! Well, technically not yet…but also technically yes it has. You’ll see what I mean. This blog will be a way for me to record the massive life adventure myself and Mollidy are currently on as we spend 53 days on the road, with around 50 of those days on the ground…