Explore with us as we slow-travel, spending at least four to six weeks in each destination.
From an overwhelming array of seafood to a variety of noodle dishes each with their unique taste bud tantalizing flavours and everything in between, there is no denying that Vietnam has some of the best dishes in the world. After spending six weeks in Hanoi and...read more
We aren’t big into doing touristy stuff when we reach a new destination, but when we came across a tour that combined awesome Vietnamese food, beer and vintage Vespa’s we couldn’t resist. Vespa Adventures run a variety of tours around Saigon, Hoi An and Siem Reap,...read more
When we aren’t house sitting or can easily work from an apartment we are renting, Collen and I are on the hunt for great coffee shops that are work friendly. We work between six and eight hours a day Monday to Friday, and we want a place that has minimal distractions...read more
Hanoi has some awesome restaurants with a wide variety of Vietnamese and Non-Vietnamese food. There is also an amazing selection of coffee shops with a wide selection of different coffees. In total, we spent six weeks in Hanoi, which included a month-long house sit in...read more
We spent the month of July house sitting for an Australian couple in Hanoi Vietnam. It was great to have our own space where we could work from and a western kitchen where we could cook some of our favourite dishes that we miss. House sitting for a month also had the...read more
A tuk tuk, a minibus and two flights eventually got us from Otres beach, Cambodia to Hanoi, Vietnam. After spending a month on Otres Beach, our next stop was Vietnam. We started off our three-month stay in Vietnam with six weeks in Hanoi, which including a month-long...read more