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November 6, 2014 11:41 pm    |    by Jonny Blair

Thailand is never the one must see place on my personal radar, but for most – it is. It’s a sure fire must see for most travellers to Asia and it’s loved by most travellers I meet. That’s why I thought it would be cool to do a top 5 tips for travelling in Thailand from my own experiences. 1. Start in Bangkok, But Don’t Worship It Bangkok is an enigma and I’ll never work the place out. But it’s a perfect place to start your Thailand journey in. Fly into Suvarnabuhmi Airport and get your logistics sorted here while trying the local food and […]

November 5, 2014 8:55 am    |    by Jonny Blair

Amsterdam is a hive of activity and a true social city that attracts tourists of all ages. It’s a city with lots of culture, history and exciting things to see and do. On my recent trip there, I got into 5 cool activities that are common in the area for locals and travellers. These all make the top 50 list for travelling in Amsterdam incidentally. 1. Cycling There are bikes everywhere in Amsterdam and it’s easy to hire or buy a bike and work your way around the city. Some companies run bicycle tours but I did everything myself on bike. 2. Smoking I’m talking […]