Mercury Bay: Mercury Bay was a one night stop over en route to Rotorua from Auckland organised by the Kiwi Experience Bus tour. We stopped off at Cathedral Cave this picturesque hidden beach (quite a trek away but worth it) in The Coromandel. The area is filled with odd shaped rocks cut and shaped by … More Mercury Bay and Rotorua
El Nido is the star attraction of Palawan and has received much attention because of its magnificent beauty. Taking a 7 hour ferry or expensive and lengthy flight from Coron via Manila, you will see why. Instead of isolated pointy rock formations in the sea like in Coron, here islands are dotted artistically in swirls … More Picturesque Palawan- El Nido
Bohol is known for its phenomenally shaped landscape similar to lady lumps or camel humps: the chocolate hills. Hills rise up in the sky on grassy plains and form an unusual yet sublime landscape. Arriving at the chocolate hills you are welcomed by sweet voices of singing and dancing school children all in unison, whom … More Bumps in Bohol
Arriving at Polonnaruwa after a colourful 7 hour bus journey filled with the monotonous repetition of the bus driver spitting tobacco out the window; dodging traffic as if a computer game and occasionally sneaking a peak at some elephants peacefully grazing at Minneriya National Park, I instantly became much more hot and sweaty than I … More Being Cheap In The Ancient Cities
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