Middle East

Krabi – Thailand

GET ME THE HELL OUTTA HERE.

I want/need to go on a trip, I’m just not sure where, when, how, and why.

Typical kind of attitude when you plan on dropping thousands of dollars. I know.

I kinda had narrowed it down between Australia and Japan, and then further to Japan.

So I guess I’m going to Japan? Or am I. Until a flight is booked it’s not real, so I will keep ya’ll posted. All I know is that in approximately three months it’s going to be freezing in Edmonton and I don’t want to buy a new winter wardrobe.

More often than not, travel is fucking exhausting and we all secretly covet the feeling of being back in our own beds. Unless I’m staying a month at a 5star, I want my own bed. I’ve been home for two months and I’m restless. So I’ve been scouring the internet looking at places to go that are “blogger friendly”. Which basically means free WIFI, cheap eats, and perfect lighting.

I typically don’t read travel blogs, they can be boring as hell and obviously not relatable unless you are also a travel blogger.. right?!

Plus most travel bloggers are okay with things like museums and long lines to see famous Nazi hideaways. YAWNNNN Not my kind of before bed reading material.

If there’s one thing The Tongue In Chic offers it’s being relatable .

Which is why I don’t think I’ve ever done a “TOP 10 THINGS TO DO IN KUWAIT” and instead you’re more likely to find “TOP 10 REASONS KUWAIT SUCKS SHIT”.

BUT I do appreciate that some people need some inspiration or tips when choosing a getaway destination.

So if you are ever in the market for some travel advice, I’m your girl. I mean it, let’s skype and have tea, I promise I’m not psycho, my friends are just all married or with child. #foreveralone

Scroll on to see a few of the things I’ve seen. Unfortunately, I don’t have any photographical evidence of the 12 hour night ferry I took in Philippines, which was hell on earth after they ran out of San Miguel and I ran out of Ambien.

 

Cairo – Egypt

 

Hoi An – Vietnam

 

Vientiane – Laos

 

Arran Islands – Dublin

 

Bruges – Belgium

 

Amsterdam – Netherlands

 

Petra – Jordan

 

Munich – Germany

 

Cairo – Egypt

 

Santorini – Greece

 

Angkor Wat – Cambodia

 

Rome – Italy

 

Siargao – Philippines

 

Hong Kong

Where should I go next? Better yet, where the hell are you going? 

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