Posts in ART
Crumbling CityGEORGE TOWN, PENANG

If you are creatively minded you are especially going to enjoy wandering the streets of the George Town UNESCO world heritage site. They are lined with crumbling, pre-second world war Chinese shop houses, most of which don’t seem to have had much restoration and with all the original signage, so it really feels like stepping back in time. 

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Yim Yam Hostel + Garden BANGKOK

As the world becomes more travel savvy and the concept of working online booms, hostels are no longer just catering for students on their gap year but also for glam packers, digital nomads and families who are still looking to have fun and meet people but can do without the trashy party vibe.

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The Best Yoga in Chiang Mai
THAILAND

The best yoga in Chiang Mai. The best of  Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Hatha, Yin and Tantra yoga in Chiang Mai.

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Sydney on a Shoestring AUSTRALIA

I love Sydney, I do. 

But it's bloody expensive and pretty easy to spend your entire life savings in the space of a weekend if you don't have your eye on the ball. 

Fear not, I have lovingly complied a list of 10 free/inexpensive things to do in the beautifully blue city of Sydney.

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The Beatles Ashram
RISHIKESH, INDIA

Set in the Rajaji Tiger reserve at the foot of the Himalayas in Rishikesh~the valley of saints, sits the abandoned 'Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Ashram'. It was coined 'The Beatles Ashram' after the Beatles visited in 1968 to attended a transcendental meditation training session with the Maharishi...

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Namaste Candidasa
BALI

OK I know I have talked about a lot of special places on this blog, but this one takes the cake. I almost don't want to post about The Gedong Gandhi Ashram in Candidasa because it holds such a special place in my heart...

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Little Ubud
BALI

Ahhh Ubud, you little treasure. Ubud is up there on the list of special places, you could say that its more of a feeling than a place. But it is a place. Its definitely a place...

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