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Palawan

We headed straight to our accommodation on White beach road in Puerto Princessa where we met our super lovely host Jessica. Unfortunately I lost my Iphone on the plane and Jessica rang the airports and airlines for me inquiring about it, I never did get it back but this was really lovely of her to do ? We had the interesting experience of squishing ourselves into a trike and heading to town, the trikes are pretty cheap at 50 pesos…

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Penang…second time around ?>

Penang…second time around

Our second visit to Penang was better than our first, we found a nicer guesthouse called just inn which was kept super clean and was quiet ? we got the free Cat bus there ? It’s so handy as you can get it right near the boat pier ? We took the bus out to Penang hill and rode the funicular to the top. We were rewarded with a stunning view over Penang ? We decided to walk back down…

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Hsipaw trek

We woke up early the next morning and I was glad of my cute fluffy hat! After a quick breakfast of copious amounts of coffee,peanut rice and egg, we were off. There were five of us in our group, us, an Ozzy guy called Gavin, his French friend Julie and our local guide Jimi. He was dressed in typical Shan fashion, wearing colourful baggy trousers and a straw hat ? Our first stop was at a noodle factory to see…

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Chiphat – trekking in the jungle ?>

Chiphat – trekking in the jungle

Of all the places we have been, we really fell in love with this place and the idea behind it. It’s set in the Cardamom mountains which are home to wild elephants ? Once notorious for logging and poaching, it is known an eco tourism spot for trekking, elephant spotting and homestays. We arrived here from Kep, the bus dropped us at a wooden hut in Andoung Teuk which felt like the middle of nowhere! Lucky for us, the girl…

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