Sunday, 8 December 2013

There's no place like home...

If you've been following my blog, twitter or Instagram, you'll know I've been off on the adventure of a lifetime exploring south east Asia for three months! Now I'm home, and it's cold, so it's time to reminisce and post all my favourite photos to make you all incredibly jealous... :)

We may be here for a while... good idea to grab a brew.

Angkor Wat temple at sunrise, Siem Reap, Cambodia.

Market street in Hoi An, Vietnam.

City gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Marina Bay Sands rooftop bar, Singapore.

Sunrise hiking to the summit of Mt Bromo volcano, Java, Indonesia.

Frangipani flowers in Pemuteran, Bali.

Beach huts in Sanur, Bali.

Bench bar in Vang Vieng, Laos.

Boats and super clear blue waters at Sanur beach, Bali.

Sculptures on the bank of the Han river in Hangan Park, Seoul, South Korea.

Parveen's birthday boat cruise, the Mekong River, Pnom Penh, Cambodia.

On board a rickety boat heading to Bamboo Island, Silhanoukville, Cambodia.

View from the top of a death defying hike, Bottle Bay, Koh Phangan, Thailand.

Silhanoukville, Cambodia.

Sleeper train faces (and hair...), somewhere on the rails in Vietnam.

Scorpion for tea in Bangkok, Thailand.

Halong Bay, Vietnam!

It's amazing how much a t-shirt will stretch when you handwash it for weeks. Halong Bay, Vietnam.

Sunset over Halong, Vietnam.

Most beautiful waterfalls ever, Kuang Si, Luang Prabang, Laos.

ALL DA TEA. Cameron Higlands, Malaysia.

The Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The original Singapore sling from Raffles, Singapore!

Gwanbaekong Palace, Seoul, South Korea.

All in all I visited 9 countries in the space of three months and bloody hell it was exhausting; but also hands down, the best experience of my life.

Thailand - Cambodia - Vietnam - Laos - Malaysia - Singapore - Indonesia - Bali - South Korea - SCOTLAND

After the jet lag, I enjoyed a week or so of catching up with my favourite people in the world, nights out, nights in, mulled wine at the Edinburgh market, and in all honesty - it really is good to be home. 

I love you, Scotland.



  1. Wow, what an absolutely gorgeous post, you must have had a ball :) those waterfalls in Laos are so beautiful. I am so jealous! Hopefully see you at some sort of blogging event soon to hear all about it! Lynsey xx

  2. Welcome back! Beautiful, beautiful photos xx