The ending to our Asian trip: the idyllic beaches of Koh Kood

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Tinkerbell Resort After visiting Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Siem Reap and Angkor we decided to end our Asian trip on the heavenly beaches of the Thai island of Koh Kood (also written Ko Kut or Koh Kod), a small island in the Gulf of Thailand, in front of the Cambodian coast. Many say that this is … Continue reading The ending to our Asian trip: the idyllic beaches of Koh Kood

La mia guida di Londra: le 11 visite imperdibili

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Londra è la seconda città piu' visitata al mondo, dopo Bangkok e prima di Parigi (https://www.rd.com/advice/travel/most-visited-cities-around-world/) ed è la mia preferita. Per Londra fu amore a prima vista, quando ci andai per la prima volta a dieci anni con mia mamma. La mia visita piu' recente è stata lo scorso novembre, con una mia cara … Continue reading La mia guida di Londra: le 11 visite imperdibili

My birthday on the Isle of Arran

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I live for cottages like this - my ideal home (If you wish to see Arran on a sunny day then check out my old blogpost: https://camyinwonderworld.blog/2019/04/23/easter-in-arran-brodick-castle-goat-fell/) Many call the Isle of Arran "Scotland in miniature" because you can see a synthesis of this beautiful country. It takes 55 minutes to reach it with the … Continue reading My birthday on the Isle of Arran

My guide to London: the 11 “must-see” spots

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(Versione in italiano: https://camyinwonderworld.blog/2019/06/25/la-mia-guida-di-londra-le-11-visite-imperdibili/) Notting Hill London is the second most visited city in the world, after Bangkok and before Paris (https://www.rd.com/advice/travel/most-visited-cities-around-world/) and it happens to be my favourite. My most recent trip to London has been last November, I went with a friend of mine and her two kids. It was my fifth time … Continue reading My guide to London: the 11 “must-see” spots

Moving from Siem Reap to Koh Kood: the infernal journey

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Luxury transfer On our fifth day in Cambodia we left our hotel at 8am to catch a bus (more like a van, actually) that would take us back to Thailand, precisely in Trat, where the ferries to the island of Koh Kood leave. We were looking forward to our relaxing end to the trip. It … Continue reading Moving from Siem Reap to Koh Kood: the infernal journey