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Thaipusam, Penang, 2018. In Photography & Video.

Thaipusam, Penang, 2018. In Photography & Video.

Prior to coming to Penang, we’d never actually heard of Thaipusam. This festival – also spelt as Thaipoosam – is a festival celebrated by the Hindu Tamil community on the full moon in the Tamil month of Thai. In 2018, this happens to fall over the 3 days of Jan 30 through to Feb 1. For much more…

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By Steve, January 31, 2018
Bali Volcano: What to do in an Eruption

Bali Volcano: What to do in an Eruption

We’re in Ubud, Bali and each day there are news reports that an eruption on the nearby volcano, Mount Agung “could be hours away”. Media outlets are spreading sensationalised news to get the clicks. Rumours are infesting on social media platforms causing people to panic. It’s hard to understand what’s actually just #fakenews. NOT FACTS At the time…

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By Amy, September 25, 2017 I was born in New Zealand and moved to Melbourne, Australia in my early 20s. There I met my partner Steve. 10 years later, we decided to change our lifestyle and move to Southeast Asia, so here we are!
Bali Volcano: How to Prepare for an Eruption

Bali Volcano: How to Prepare for an Eruption

Alert levels for Bali’s tallest mountain, Mount Agung, have been raised to the highest level – meaning an eruption is imminent.   Over 50 eruptions rock our planet every year. If an eruption happens, flows of searing hot lava can be released, and boulders of hardening lava can rain down. For most people, the danger comes from the ash…

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By Amy, September 25, 2017 I was born in New Zealand and moved to Melbourne, Australia in my early 20s. There I met my partner Steve. 10 years later, we decided to change our lifestyle and move to Southeast Asia, so here we are!

Mount Agung Volcano in Bali – September 2017

The past few days in Bali have seen some serious increases in volcanic activity around Mount Agung. Due to some good luck – or bad, if things had of gone a particular way – we’re in the area and managed to drive around the massive landmark. Stopping in Amed for the night gave us a perfect opportunity…

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By Steve, September 23, 2017
Coffee & Coding – 8 Days A Week

Coffee & Coding – 8 Days A Week

There can be 8 days in a week. Perhaps 9 if you’re crazy. Or 3 if you’re lazy. What am I talking about? I’m on my second coffee for the day and it’s 9am. I’m having trouble sleeping, but that isn’t really my main concern. The main concern is the juggling act of working on the road. The…

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By Steve, June 10, 2017
Visakha Bucha – Walk to Wot Doi Suthep

Visakha Bucha – Walk to Wot Doi Suthep

Unexpected events of Chiang Mai There’s always something to to do. But knowing exactly what? That’s a different story. Today (May 10, 2017) is Vesākha – also known as Buddha Purnima and Buddha Day. You can learn more from Vesākha on Wikipedia – from people who actually know what their talking about. If you’re after more a…

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By Steve, May 10, 2017
Our Best Of 200 Days In Thailand

Our Best Of 200 Days In Thailand

Today marks 200 Days in Thailand for us! 200 days sounds like a long time, but it’s incredible how fast it goes by. Looking back, we’ve been to some beautiful destinations, found some hidden gems and had some amazing experiences. To celebrate, we’ve decided to share the best bits of each destination, enjoy!   Phuket  Our base for…

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By Amy, May 6, 2017 I was born in New Zealand and moved to Melbourne, Australia in my early 20s. There I met my partner Steve. 10 years later, we decided to change our lifestyle and move to Southeast Asia, so here we are!
What I’ve learnt from living a nomadic lifestyle

What I’ve learnt from living a nomadic lifestyle

Want to leave your life of normality, routine and comfort behind? Amy from Two Travel Abroad shares what she has learnt after living a nomadic lifestyle in Southeast Asia for six months.

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By Amy, April 19, 2017 I was born in New Zealand and moved to Melbourne, Australia in my early 20s. There I met my partner Steve. 10 years later, we decided to change our lifestyle and move to Southeast Asia, so here we are!
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An Idiots Guide to Hiring a Scooter in Asia

An Idiots Guide to Hiring a Scooter in Asia

Hiring a motorbike when you’re on holiday? I’ve made some mistakes and I’ve seen even more when hiring a scooter in South East Asia.

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By Steve, February 27, 2017
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