Category: Reviews

Craft Brew at the Siem Reap Brewpub 0

Craft Beer and Fab Food at the Siem Reap Brewpub

Anyone who follows us on this blog or my Ho Chi Minh City site knows that both Tim and I love a good beer and it doesn’t even need to be on a hot day. Our excitement at the emergence of craft beer in our favourite part of the world, South East Asia, is all too obvious on our Instagram...

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Serenity in Siem Reap, Cambodia – Tresor D’Angkor Suite

Spacious, stylish and comfortable, Tresor D’Angkor Suite in Siem Reap, Cambodia was the perfect antidote to what had been a hectic few months. Between weddings in Australia, hubby needing to go back ten weeks early because of a family illness, and a frantic month in Thailand, trying to finish up all my projects before the next big adventure, I was...

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Transferwise Borderless – Saving Us Some Serious Cash

A Paypal alternative saving us thousands. Up front, I hate bank fees and gouging by financial institutions. More specifically, I hate paying more than I should for a substandard service. Freelancers,  bloggers, and Digital Nomads (like us) have the luxury of being able to work from anywhere in the world, for clients across the globe. As long as we coordinate and...

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Better In Our Pocket Than The Bank’s

 How we saved $1000 just by dissing our bank! Just a quick digression from the big bike ride to let you all in on something cool we just discovered. It’s saved us hundreds of $$$$’s and it can save you too. As per usual, we’ve been busily planning our next adventure while out on the road. Because we usually have...

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Roaming Latvia’s Capital – Riga

Unlike Tallinn, Riga’s Old Town is not confined within a wall. It spreads out to cover a much larger area. especially when you include the well-preserved Art Nouveau District. Something to consider when you’re planning your strategy to see the sites. It is, however, every bit as beautiful as the Estonian capital and has also been designated a UNESCO World...

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Cheap, Cheap Wine and Lots of Lovely Beer!

Any of you that know me should be aware of my great love of red wine. There aren’t too many I don’tlike and I don’t have a very developed palate. If it’s $2 and it tastes good, then all the better. I’m like a kid in a toy shop when I get to Spain and France where the selection under...

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New York, New York

So many of our friends and family seem to be heading to the USA just lately. We haven’t been there yet but New York is definietly up there on our Bucket List. So…taking time out from documenting our cycling tour across Australia, I decided to do a bit of research on what some of our Partners have on offer. As...

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