Sleeper Bus, Siem Reap to Cambodian Thailand border. Don’t expect much sleep though.

We saw the sleeper coach advertised in the hotel, The Boutique Cambo, which we found to have a more hostel feeling than hotel, with big rooms and big smiles, Continue reading »

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Our time in Bali, island of the gods.

As we trundled along the narrow roads from the airport to our villa that we found via trip advisor we liked what we saw, not as busy on the roads but less modern feeling than Kuala lumpur where we had just flown from, our driver suggested we stop at a super market for a few … Continue reading »

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Our first home school year.

I’m sat pinching myself because I just realised that the kids have been home schooled for a year now, We de registered them both from Spanish public school last June and the time has gone so fast. Continue reading »

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Mine and Lewis’s cookery course in Kymer cuisine

Today was a first for me, we did a cookery course, last night we realised that some of the things we said we would do have not happened yet like a cookery course and low and behold the restaurant we were sat in had a huge banner saying ‘Cookery courses here’ so I couldn’t very well refuse, we paid in total there and then, Continue reading »

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Things We Have Done In Thaland.

This is Izzy’s post, she has written this on her own about some of the things she has seen on our travels.

River Boat In Bangkok
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