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Volunteering in Cambodia & backpacking in Thailand; Help us Build a Playground!

Want to come volunteering in Cambodia? And backpacking Thailand for 2 weeks this December?! Even better, we're going to donate and build an awesome playground for an impoverished school in Battambang, Cambodia and donate a whole host of equipment to the kids and teachers there! We want to make this school a place where the kids want to come to every ...

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Pin Me! Things to do in Kanchanaburi

Things to do in Kanchanaburi; A Complete Guide!

When you make it to Thailand, undoubtedly you'll fly into Bangkok, maybe spend a couple of days visiting a Temple or two, eating Pad Thai on Khao San Road and getting dragged to tailor after tailor in a dodgy tuk-tuk ride, before you set off to the islands or up north to gorgeous Chiang Mai. But don't rush out of ...

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How many countries are there in the world?

How many countries in the world?

How many countries in the world? 197 although it's pretty complicated, let's have a look... Trying to visit every country in the world is a thousand times tougher than I ever expected. For a start, I have to sit back and think 'OK, but hang on, how many countries in the world? 200 or so?' it's so tough to get a ...

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I'm speaking at a blogger event in Turkey, and you can come!

Istanbul is one of my favourite cities in the world, and last year I was fortunate enough to be invited to the World Tourism Forum, along with some of my other favourite bloggers (Just One Way Ticket, Nomadasaurus, Goats on the Road amongst others). This year, however, something even cooler is happening, I'm speaking at the best digital influencer/blogger conference again in ...

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Getting Fit in Bangkok; Fitbit Surge Review

My Fitbit Surge Review: As you guys know, I travel 9 or 10 months per year, and spend 2 or 3 months in Bangkok, Thailand, my adopted 'home', where I used my blogging profits to buy an apartment mortgage free. During my time in Thailand each year, I try to get my businesses all back in order (sometimes it can be ...

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