We arrived in Hanoi with low expectations, however left yearning for more time in the amazing city. Hanoi for us was only serving as a stop over point, opting to only spend 1 day exploring the city before transferring to Ha Long the next day. We initially thought there wouldn’t be much to see and … Continue reading A Whistle Stop Tour of Hanoi. Trains, Celebrities and Prison.
Whilst we have only been in Vietnam for the last week or so something very strange has been happening. It started with being very aware of people going out of their way to look at us, we clocked people trying to hide the fact they were staring, or trying to act casual outside of a … Continue reading Why do people in Vietnam want photos with us?
Doi Inthanon is renowned as one of the best places to visit whilst in Thailand. Being in Chiang Mai and only a couple hours drive away we couldn’t leave without experiencing the incredible scenery the national park had to offer. 8am sharp our Honda Jazz was delivered once again from North Wheels, soon after we … Continue reading Our Doi Inthanon Tour! Waterfalls, temples and mountain roads.
In part 1A we discussed our XD Design Bobby anti-theft backpacks. Now in this 1B section we will be discussing what we carry in the Bobby back packs on a daily basis and why! The equipment has been accumulated to solve different problems we ran into when freelancing in different places over the past six … Continue reading Our Digital Nomad Packing List. Part 1B: Our day to day equipment!
What was Tom thinking, our experience of Thailand’s roads so far has been one of chaos, a substantial lack of safety and outright danger and thats just as pedestrians! However he suggested we drive a 600km road trip? As Top Gear often said, what could possibly go wrong? Thankfully we are glad to say the … Continue reading 600km Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai Road Trip
It’s really bloody hot, so far we have been experiencing temperatures of mid 30’s by midmorning. This coupled with very high percentages of humidity it only takes a short walk with a camera bag on for Tom to be reduced to looking like he was caught in a rain shower! We haven't seen any footpaths … Continue reading Our first impressions of Chiang Mai, food, locals and deadly roads
Traveling abroad with photography equipment can seem a daunting task, both with the value and number of items in your bag. After packing before a trip to Krakow, Poland, Tom was inspired to share what he does and why when traveling with large amounts of equipment. Hopefully you can learn from his mistakes and … Continue reading A guide to traveling abroad for photography