The night market in Langkawi, with a whole host of Malaysian goodies…
The skybridge and cable car in Langkawi, Malaysia.
Monkeys make it look easy. It’s not. And this is video evidence.
Rain season has well and truly begun in Saigon. When it rains here, it rains hard.
We heard about a place in the alleyways of Hanoi that served up an incredible roast duck. It took a while, and a terrifying dash across a crazy road, but when finally found it it certainly lived up to expectations.
The Andaman and Nicobar islands are renowned for their incredible snorkelling and diving. Here’s a little taste of what we found under the surface…
Long Island is a fairly small place and we soon heard there was a lady who made the best Samosas in the Andamans. We had to go down to find out if it was true…
We heard about a two hour trek through the forest to a beautiful beach on Long Island. It was less of a trek, more of a stroll, but the beach made it worthwhile.
While we were waiting near the jetty for the boat on Neil Island, we smelt something delicious, soon realising it was the Parathas made by this guy. He was moody, but an artist. All the good ones are.
Holi is a Hindu festival celebrating the victory of good over evil in India and Nepal. It is also the perfect excuse for everyone to go mad with paint. We were lucky enough to be on the beautiful little Neil Island in the Andamans when it was on, and we took a little ride around on the bike to see what it was all about…