Halong Bay lives up to expectations
Sapa is cocooned by the mountains and kissed by the clouds in northern Vietnam
Incredible restaurants, blue waters and white sand make Tulum the place to visit on the Yucatán where sustainability and environmental protection are the keys to long term success.
As the sun rises we’re surrounded as limestone cliffs appear out to sea and cling to the coast. Long-tail boats head to Railay Beach.
Walking in under the large carved stone archway the entrance is guarded by a gleaming yellow, green and blue dragon surrounded by ornate urns …
‘We usually do this tour on the weekend when the traffic is quiet’ our guide informs us grabbing our bikes and plunging into the traffic.
As long tail boats return day trippers the setting sun lights a trail on the ocean to the prefect vantage point, a beach front bar.
Snipers lay in wait as gun battles ensure, moving targets chased and captured, before the chaser retires to reload, selecting the next mark. Everybody’s wet!
The choice is endless, shopfronts lit up along Bangkok’s streets as passers by are lured with promises to sooth tired feet and destress aching muscles.
Giant slabs of limestone covered with intricately carved sandstone blocks together creating another incredible structure brought to world attention by Laura Croft – Tomb Raider.