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Hue, Vietnam

Hue, Vietnam We flew from Hanoi to Hue with Viet Jet Air, and although the flight was nice and quick it wasn’t quite as comfortable as Laos Airways, as there were no free perks. When we arrived in Hue, we...

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Hanoi, Vietnam

Hanoi, Vietnam We arrived back in Hanoi from Cat Ba Island in the evening, via bus-boat-bus. We walked from one drop off point even though we had been promised a hotel drop off, but we were only about a 10...

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Sa Pa, Vietnam

Sa Pa, Vietnam We flew to Hanoi, Vietnam from Vientiane with Laos Airways. Again, it felt like we had just taken off before we were getting ready to land again. The flight was just under an hour and very comfortable....

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Pai, Thailand

 ‘Do nothing in Pai,’ Next, Ben and I were headed to Pai which is about 132km north west of Chiang Mai. Jackie and Luke had been told it was a spectacular drive on scooters and after contemplating the idea for a...

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Chiang Mai, Thailand

From Bangkok we flew to Chiang Mai with Thai Lion Air, which cost about £24 and only took an hour! The flight was comfortable and you got a great view of the landscape below. Immediately landing in Chiang Mai you...

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Bangkok, Thailand

Welcome to Thailand! We flew from Singapore to Bangkok with Air Asia which took about 2 and half hours. When we arrived the queue for the local taxis was MASSIVE, and it didn’t look like it was moving very fast, so...

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Singapore

We absolutely LOVED Singapore! We flew with Guarada Indonesia Airlines to Singapore from Bali. The flight was quite pleasant and we were surprised to be given meals which were quite decent. Singapore Airport is very modern and a quick skytrain...

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Jimbaran and Uluwatu, Bali

Jimbaran and Uluwatu Leaving Nusa Lembongan we got the ‘Marlin’ fast boat back to Sanur. A free drop off service is included and we were dropped in Jimbaran by a private car. We stayed at ‘Vidi Boutique Hotel’ but this...

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The Gili Islands; Gili Trawangan

Gili Islands; Gili Trawangan (Gili T) This island is definitely busier and you notice this straight away at the harbour. There was music playing and you noticed a lot more local men offering to sell you things! Similar to Gili...