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.
UPDATE: This post has been updated following receipt of further email clarification from El Chepe themselves. This clarifies what tickets MUST be booked in advance and what can be purchased on the day and on the train itself. There are also some El Chepe train prices...read more
When I decided to visit Vietnam one of the main things on my to-do list, as it is for most visitors, was a Ha Long Bay tour. The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Halong Bay in the Gulf of Tonkin is famous for its stunning natural beauty featuring around 1,600...read more
The first stop on our trip to India was Mumbai. I’d done some research before arriving and found other travel blogs and TripAdvisor great resources for ideas on what to see and do whilst in Mumbai. Although useful, many were out of date so here’s an up to...read more
Happy Khmer New Year, Happy Cambodian New Year, ‘Soursdey Chnam Thmey’! We love joining in local festivals when we travel, and during our time living in Cambodia we were lucky enough to experience Khmer New Year in Siem Reap. From what we were told Phnom...read more
Getting a visa for Cambodia ‘The Kingdom of Wonder’ is one of the most straightforward immigration processes we’ve experienced so far when travelling. UK citizens and many other nationalities can get a 30-day Cambodia visa on arrival (VOA). It should...read more
I repetitively tell people ”don’t travel without travel insurance” – whether that be single-trip, multi-trip or annual travel insurance, long-term travel insurance, backpacker travel insurance, digital nomad travel insurance or round the world...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.
Untouristy Ha Long Bay Tour from Cat Ba Island | Vietnam
How to Get a Cambodia Visa on Arrival
How to Book El Chepe Train Tickets for Copper Canyon | Mexico
Khmer New Year in Siem Reap | Cambodia
Swimming Pools in Siem Reap | Cambodia
5-Day Copper Canyon Train Ride Itinerary | Mexico
Top 7 Things to do on Koh Kood Island | Thailand
Exploring Bagan by Ebike | Myanmar
How to Spend 36 Hours in Valladolid | Mexico
20 Useful Travel Gifts for Someone Going Abroad