Kiri Bumpkin has landed herself an Associate Editor position at the super fabulous new interview site for Travel Bloggers – TraveLinkSites. I’m secretly jumping for joy at this new role as it’s given me a great in to meeting all the other (far better) bloggers than me. The site not only offers valuable advice on starting out blogging, it also helps those that aim to become location independent (like me) from those lucky sods out there already living the dream. Whilst doing all that we publish in depth interviews on individual countries, making it a huge resource for people planning holidays and travel experiences.
So today, I thought I’d share my interview with you all.
I chose to talk about India, where this trip began…
Make sure you check into TraveLinkSites as we’ve got some seriously inspirational people on there.
The visa run became a fun little escapade for us during our time in Koh Phangan…
And yes, little miss foodie ate a McDonalds.
Have a read over on Gap Daemon. Click here.
Over on Couple Travel Tips I wrote a piece on my favourite beaches in Goa.
Goa is a state divine in exotic landscapes, spices and people and it was a real highlight of my trip to India.
Over on 2Backpackers today I get all adventurous on you. Some of the greatest times on this trip are those spent with my heart beating through my chest and in Laos you can see why…
Sometimes birthdays do funny things to you. As I approach 30, like anyone, my mind mulls over where I’m going and what I’m doing.
Spending it on my favourite island of Koh Phangan made this one extra special.
Have a read on my Gap Daemon postcard.
Vietnam is an incredible country. From it’s marked history to it’s diverse and healthy cuisine, the country was fascinating and exceeded all my expectations.
A highlight had to be our two day boat tour to HaLong Bay. Have a read of my guest post on Couple Travel Tips today.
Last week on Couple Travel Tips, I wrote about our visit to the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Angkor Wat. These ancient temples were a must on our bucket list and despite one rather annoying set back on the day, this was still one of the best things we’ve seen on our trip so far.
Some more cool pics from Roscoe too.
Click here to read.