Welcome to Can Travel Will Travel!
Can Travel Will Travel follows the experiences of my husband Andy and I, as we travel, live and work abroad. We focus on stretches of travel, interspersed with longer stints of living and working abroad.
We set off with modest funds, backpacks, a rough itinerary, each other, and a level of excitement akin to that of a dog with two tails.
You’ll find entertaining anecdotes and valuable information, reviews, and hints and tips. These include accommodation, food, what to see and do, culture, living and working abroad, and more.
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After many visits and having lived there, Cambodia holds a special place in our hearts. In fact, I’d go as far as say we class it as our second home.
Many people only visit The Kingdom of Wonder for a few days to a week. This gives them just enough time to see the temples and maybe one of the islands. This is such a shame as Cambodia has so much more to offer.
Read more about other less touristy places to visit in Cambodia in ‘Off The Beaten Track in Cambodia’ series.
Lake Coatepeque is a large volcanic crater lake in the centre of a volcano complex in northwest El Salvador. Known as Lago de Coatepeque or Laguna de Coatepeque in Spanish, this volcano formed 50 – 70k years ago. Two volcanic eruptions collapsed the cone of the...read more
Located on the River Mekong in northeastern Cambodia is the small, sleepy town of Kratie (pronounced Kra-cheh). Like Kampong Cham this is another riverside town that seldom makes it onto Cambodia travel itineraries. People more often pass through it, or overnight on...read more
About 30 km south of San Salvador the capital of El Salvador, is the tiny surf town of El Tunco. Once a hidden gem known only amongst Salvadorans, the two street town of Playa El Tunco is now one of the most popular surf towns in El Salvador. Large rocks and pebbles...read more
Situated on the River Mekong in eastern Cambodia is the quaint, sleepy riverside town of Kampong Cham. This charming laid-back town rarely makes it onto Cambodia travel itineraries and if it does it’s often just to break up the journey to other destinations. I...read more
Before Andy and I first left the UK to travel, live and work abroad we both took great TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) courses with i-to-i and got our TEFL certificates. Our plan was to use these to teach English either in schools abroad or online. For...read more
Siem Reap is as flat as a pancake, but 40 km to the North East of Angkor Wat, in Svay Leu District is Phnom Kulen National Park. The small regular shaped plateau of the Phnom Kulen mountain range protrudes from the landscape, nestled amongst thick jungle. A day trip...read more
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We love working with tourism boards, travel companies and brands who share our passion for travel.
The only proviso is that you have a destination, product or service that would be a good fit for our niches and of interest to our audience.
We are often available to work as a couple, but equally, Tanya is also available on a solo basis when Andy is busy teaching.
There are many ways we can work together and of course, we are always open to hearing and discussing your own ideas and suggestions.
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