Rambling Kieran

Exploring the world.


Travel advice

5 Things I’ve learnt while travelling.

This is a blog post for you and for me, to serve as a reminder. Travelling on a budget is easy, but it can seem boring at times which sucks but hey if it was fun, everyone would do it right?

I feel like I’ve learnt quite a bit, some good and some bad things so I’ll try list a few for you! Continue reading “5 Things I’ve learnt while travelling.”


How to really travel on a budget.

Most people want to travel on a budget, but the thing I found while travelling, is that most people’s budgets are actually quite large, here’s how to travel around S.E Asia on £10 a day or less.
Continue reading “How to really travel on a budget.”

How not to buy underwear in S.E Asia

Man this quest was harder than it should have been, I was a fool and I thought I’d only bring a few pairs with me, ’cause you know, I can wash them often. But you get lazy and maybe some days, when you need too, you just can’t do any washing, so I got fed up and decided to go shopping… Continue reading “How not to buy underwear in S.E Asia”

Some things I’ve learnt so far…

It’s been almost 2 months since we left England, so I thought I’d give a little update on life and share some things that I’ve learnt that just make life a little bit easier or better, they aren’t huge or life changing things, but some may definitely help. Continue reading “Some things I’ve learnt so far…”

5 things I’ve used less than expected

Here are just a few things that I haven’t used anywhere near as much as I thought I would Continue reading “5 things I’ve used less than expected”

The unseen benefits of staying in a dorm room.

When travelling as a couple it’s easy to get carried away staying in private rooms,  mostly because it works out cheaper to do so, and after you’ve done this for a few nights you kind of get used to it, Continue reading “The unseen benefits of staying in a dorm room.”

Hat Yai to Koh Tao.

So getting from Hat Yai to Koh Tao isn’t the most simple thing… it’s a long way for starters, also there doesn’t seem to be any easy way to do it all at once. Continue reading “Hat Yai to Koh Tao.”

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