Siam Reap & Ankor Wat, Cambodia

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Our next trip was to Siam Reap, Cambodia – the home of the famous temples of Ankor Wat.

Our Journey started at the bus stop on the Capital Phnom Penh, where we boarded what we thought was our $12 VIP bus, but turned …


Phnom Penh, S21 & The Killing Fields

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We flew to Cambodia via Bangkok with Air Asia for a Visa Run. Flights were cheap at 3500 Baht, and the cost of a Visa was approximately $20 USD per person.

We were advised to go by plane to Phnom Penh rather than risk …


Back to Koh Tao for New Years

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My girlfriend had just returned from two weeks in Australia with her dad and we’d just celebrated New Years on the rooftop in Bangkok the night before. Up at 5am and a quick taxi ride to Khao San Road Lomprayah offices …


Naza World Cup Asia, Langkawi 2013

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Once again I’m on the annual trip to the Asian mecca of paintball, the World Cup Asia in Langkawi Island, Malaysia. It’s my second time to Langkawi this year (last time I was DJing at Cba in Cenang Beach) and its good to catch …

Malaysia / Visas

How to do a visa run from Koh Phangan in Thailand to Penang, Malaysia

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After arriving at the station we came across the famous “orient express” luxury train that one can only dream of travelling through Asia, and had enough time to take some photos and fantasise about the idea of spending thousands of dollars for a …


Moving to Koh Tao, Thailand

So I’d been living in Bangkok since around November, and was heading off to Koh Phangan for Rhythm & Sands semi regularly   PALS Bangkok was over, and I felt like I needed to get out of town for a bit.  I headed down to the divers island of Koh Tao, Thailand.

I caught up with my mate …


How to hire a scooter "Safely" in South East Asia

* Its never 100% risk free to hire a scooter in thailand, nor might your insurer cover you when riding on a motorbike.  Hiring a scooter here is at your risk, and I accept no responsibility if you wrap yourself around a taxi, tree or end up off a cliff, or short a …

Paintball / Thailand

Tips for Making the Most out of PALS Thailand 2013


Bring Cash for the Field there are no permanent EFTPOS/Credit card facilities. PALS accepts USD and Thai Baht, other shops might only accept Thai Baht, so bring that just in case.
You can safely use your credit card at real malls (not Pantip or MBK), resteraunts and Hotels. I’d avoid using it at small stores.
Most small …