Hot and Not – September 2016 Monthly Travel Roundup

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Welcome back to our regular, monthly travel roundup feature. I’m posting ‘Hot and Not – September 2016 Monthly Travel Roundup‘ from Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh. There are no internet cafes here so I’ve had to compromise on the format slightly as I can’t edit images from my iPhone or kindle. 

Here’s our ‘Hot and Not – September 2016 Monthly Travel Roundup’.

Hot and Not - September 2016 Monthly Travel Roundup BodyI’m interested to see what October 2016 will look like as I‘ve relinquished all planning to Andy this week.

As some of you know I LOVE travel planning and can get a little obsessive over it, whilst Andy is the opposite; it’s really the only thing we disagree about! It’s going to be a real test for me to take a step back and let him take control, so watch this space to see how we get on!


What are your thoughts on this feature and what was hot and not for you in September 2016?

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4 thoughts on “Hot and Not – September 2016 Monthly Travel Roundup

  1. Amy

    I love this feature, it’s a great way of distilling the highlights of the month as well as showing that when you travel, there are also plenty of lowlights/disappointments and problems to solve! I hope Tanya wasn’t injured in the cow incident…

    1. TanyaKorteling Post author

      Thanks Amy, that was the idea for this one really.

      We’ve crammed so much into the last few months it gives us a way of showing the good and the bad whilst I find time to write some more detailed posts.

      Pleased to say Tanya wasn’t injured really…just her pride and a bruised thigh – haha!

      Off to Cambodia on Friday to settle there for a bit so fingers crossed I can soon get the technology sorted and catch up on the big list of posts I want to write!

    1. TanyaKorteling Post author

      Thanks Sarah,

      The no planning in Bangladesh was carried on (a little) into Myanmar and has been challenging to say the least.

      Andy and I definitely have different ideas of what to do and the speed to do them at. We’re trying to work out a compromise, doing our own thing now and then is working out well though!

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