Travelling Thailand : Getting Around Thailand: 20 Ways to Travel . Thailand has a wealth of transportation such that you’ll always find a solution for travelling Thailand . As a solo traveler, I make it a point to try as many transportation options as I can. It helps me have more control over my trip […]
Surviving the Overnight Turkish Bus & how to get lost So far I’ve heard that Turkish buses happen to be pretty luxurious. I’m not sure how true that is but tonight we’re going to take an overnight Turkish bus. I took two overnight buses in Turkey. What you’re watching in my video is my second […]
Things to Know about Greek Island Hopping: Ferry from Athens to Santorini . Before I left for Greece, I researched what island stops were on my route to Santorini. I wanted to know whether I might want to island hop and how feasible it was to do so on one ferry ticket? That answer must’ve
Things to Do in Yangon, Myanmar | Yangon Travel Guide There’s an art to “getting lost”… successfully. “Lost” can mean stranded or it can mean discovery. It all depends on perspective and how you use it. Just like in life, I like to create opportunities when I travel. When things go wrong or veer off-center, I […]
Would you take a funky car service with a pink moustache over an expensively boring yellow cab? If so, this next tip might be for you. If you’re traveling through the U.S, you know that it’s not always easy to get around most cities without a car. On my
How to Successfully Avoid taking Airport Taxis (If you can’t see this video, click here) After my video tips about taking the bus, some of you asked what transportation alternatives there were to avoid airport taxis.
Will the seats be cramped? Is there a toilet on the bus? What if I get sick? Is it safe? A lot of solo travelers, let alone travelers in general, experience reluctance towards the idea of taking a night or sleeper bus.
It’s no secret I’m a big fan of public transportation, when I travel. Buses particularly. Until now, the notion of traveling in India by public bus used to intimidate me. Every time I’d see a bus parked at a stop, it looked like a rudimentary tin cans on wheels, packed tight and spilling over with people.
In Bangkok, all roads may not lead to Rome, but you’ll have many ways to get there.
One of my favorite things about Bangkok is its transportation. Skytrain, city bus, taxi, motorbike taxi, ferry boat,… each presents a unique way for getting around the city, while also presenting angles of Bangkok life.