Luxury Villa In Phuket, Review of Baan Bon Khao

Now I love Phuket, I really do. But if you’re looking for gorgeous, sandy beaches with turquoise sea, there are actually far nicer places to go in Thailand. However if you’re looking for 90% guaranteed sunshine, blue skies and minimal …

Sightseeing Singapore Aboard the DUCKtour!

Have you ever been on a ‘Duck Tour’? I don’t mean roaming the wetlands, binoculars in hand, seeking out birds. I’m referring to sightseeing the city aboard a strange contraption that can drive from land into the water. Which indeed …

Fun At Kidzania Singapore

When we relocated from Hong Kong to Singapore earlier in the year, I was looking for ways to cheer up a rather glum Jetlag & Mayhem who had left all their friends behind.  Now Singapore is a pretty easy place …

Sightseeing Singapore On The Opentop Bus!

One of the most delightful ways to see a city is aboard an open top bus. I have always wanted to ride one but never quite got round to it in either London or Hong Kong. After arriving in Singapore …

Love & Art At The Rendezvous Hotel, Singapore

Singapore aka ‘the Little Red Dot’ is a tropical country located between Malaysia and Indonesia. Popular as a stop off point for far-flung destinations, Singapore is a fantastic destination in itself with attractions ranging from Universal Studios to the Gardens …

Family Fun At The Angsana Laguna Phuket

You know a tropical resort is triumphant when it manages to entertains families even on the rainiest of days.  Despite being long-time Phuket fans, we had never before landed to dark grey skies, wind and torrential rain.  My husband and I …

Bhutan Travel Tips

Any country that takes their ‘Gross National Happiness‘ seriously, should be high on your travel bucket list. Bhutan, a Kingdom nestled in the Himalayas was one of the most magical places I have ever visited.  It is not an ‘easy holiday’ …

Hiking the Tiger’s Nest in Bhutan

After an amazing three nights in Bhutan, exploring the paddy fields of Punakha and the capital Thimphu, we returned to the start of our journey in Paro (paying our respect to Simtoka Dzong, the oldest in Bhutan, enroute).   We …

Monasteries, Nunneries & Darts in Bhutan

After an interesting first day in Punakha, Bhutan, we started our second day with a trip to the weekend farmers market. We tip-toed our way through colourful local produce including fiery chills, overflowing sacks of red rice and prickly bitter …

Paddy Fields & Phalluses in Punakha, Bhutan

After a whirlwind first day in the magical kingdom of Bhutan we were raring to go for our second. Our fantastic guide Tharchu met us at our hotel, Le Meridien Thimphu to set off for Dochula Pass.  Whilst I have a penchant …
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