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All my posts to date have been funded on a student budget. This goes to show that there ARE plenty of ways to travel and NOT drain you bank account! Whether it’s booking flights at the right time, staying in cool Airbnbs or even just eating in places only the locals know about allows you to travel on a budget.

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South East Asia – 6 – 2 Days in Phnom Penh

Welcome to the 6th blog post in my South East Asia series! Thank you for sticking with me, it’s a little crazy at the moment preparing for the move to Ibiza but here we go with the Phnom Penh post! In my personal opinion, 2 days is enough in Phnom Penh. Before travelling to this … Continue reading South East Asia – 6 – 2 Days in Phnom Penh

South East Asia – 5 – 4 days in Siem Reap

After spending 5 days in Hanoi we flew to Siem Reap on a VietJet flight. The flight cost £75 and only took 1 hr 45 minutes. Siem Reap has a very different vibe to Hanoi, the touristy places were a lot more westernised but outwith the tourist places you saw an unbelievable amount of poverty. Cambodia … Continue reading South East Asia – 5 – 4 days in Siem Reap

South East Asia – 4 – 5 Days in Hanoi

After a couple of days in Kuala Lumpur (blog post in the link) we flew with VietJet to Hanoi (flight cost £40 each and lasted around 4 hours). Wow….what a place Hanoi was! It was nowhere like any of us had ever been before, so different from Europe! Hanoi has a beautiful blend of South … Continue reading South East Asia – 4 – 5 Days in Hanoi

South East Asia – 3 – 48 hours in Kuala Lumpur

Just wow…I arrived back from my 3 week South East Asia trip a few days ago and I cannot wait to start blogging!!! I am so thankful for the memories over the past few weeks that were made with my best friends during our end of university trip! We really did everything we wanted to … Continue reading South East Asia – 3 – 48 hours in Kuala Lumpur

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