Tag Archives: travelling with baby

Lies, damn lies and sadistics: Bangkok

So here we are, four months of the proposed seven into our trip, having visited four countries, taken eight flights and slept in forty-six different beds. In the process of all this, I have somehow made fifty-four blog posts (including … Continue reading

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The morning after the night before : Kuala Lumpur

Nine weeks and counting on the road, with not a sickness bug between the three of us to show for our efforts. That has to be some kind of a record, right? The 0.5 and I have concluded that there … Continue reading

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What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger: Malacca

All spent of Indonesian Rupiah, we flew out of Denpasar, Bali on 13th October on an Air Asia flight to Singapore. I’m still in two minds about whether we left Bali at the right time or whether in hindsight I … Continue reading

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Sh*t happens (sometimes) : Pura Batukaru

When purchasing our tickets for the Kecak fire and trance dance at the Pura Batukaru Temple, we were kindly provided with a programme of the evenings scheduled events in exchange for our 75,000 Rupiah entrance fee. This cheaply printed guide reliably … Continue reading

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The Life Of Wayan : Denpasar

With dirty, sore feet and eyes propped open with a proverbial pair of Swan Vesta’s finest, we reach Sanur, Bali. Our journey involved a minibus based hop from the mountains of Ijen, a ferry boat skip across the narrow channel … Continue reading

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The sweet scent of Port Talbot: Tangkuban Perahu

Escaping the hectic streets of Bandung, we take a day trip to one of West Java’s most popular attractions located a short minivan journey outside its Northern suburbs. The interesting geology of the region and it’s immediate accessibility to Bandung … Continue reading

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Bandung, The Paris of Java?

Three hours train journey East of Jakarta we disembark at the city of Bandung. The municipality is ambitiously known as “The Paris of Java”, though if the speed of the train brining us here is anything to go by, then … Continue reading

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