Author Profile: Angie Briggs

Feet Do Travel

We are Angie and Simon, and have been slow travelling full-time since December 2016, although we have travelled various ways most of our lives. We just love seeing new countries, are both Scuba Divers, and are passionate about conservation. Our style has been varied; from backpacking to cruises, All-Inclusive to budget. We write stories of our adventures, to inspire others to visit a destination.

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2 Days in Shanghai

2 Days in Shanghai

Shanghai, China

Shanghai is the biggest City in China with a population of 24,256,800 and is filled in part with neck-breaking, sky-scrapers that soar up high towards the...   view more

Penang: City of Surprises

Penang: City of Surprises

George Town, Malaysia

Penang is a melting pot of cultures. The Malaysian marketing song boasts “Malaysia, truly Asia”, and nowhere has this been more evident than in Penang. A fusion of Malaysian, Chinese, Indian, Muslim, Buddhist and Hindu, these are all clearly visible in Penang’s districts, architecture and...   view more

Temple Tour Chiang Mai

Temple Tour Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai, Thailand

Chiang Mai seems to have a temple or wat around every corner, probably because there are over 300 there. No other province in Thailand has as many as Chiang Mai, so how do you choose which ones to...   view more

My Chiang Mai

My Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai, Thailand

Chiang Mai is a place many tourists visiting Thailand would recommend; much quieter than Bangkok but still full of Thai history with plenty of temples to...   view more

A Quirky Afternoon in Bristol

A Quirky Afternoon in Bristol

Bristol, England

I was born and grew up in Bristol but moved to Gloucester fifteen years ago, however from time to time, I am still drawn to my hometown and like to try new things as a...   view more

The Historic City of Nottingham

The Historic City of Nottingham

Nottingham, England

What do you think of when someone mentions the City of Nottingham? Maybe you think about the Robin Hood saga and the Sheriff of Nottingham or perhaps you know it has the oldest Inn AND one of the oldest trees in...   view more

7 Things to Do in Amsterdam

7 Things to Do in Amsterdam

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Amsterdam is an amazing place! We have visited many times and love this vibrant city. Having been for many special occasions, including our own hen/stag weekend, we can categorically say, there are an incredible amount of things to do in Amsterdam, more than you may initially...   view more

Why You Should Visit Chiang Rai

Why You Should Visit Chiang Rai

Chiang Rai, Thailand

I absolutely loved Chiang Rai. Out of all the places I visited in Thailand, this was my favourite. Chiang Rai is a quiet rural town in the very north of Thailand surrounded by mountains. Its relaxed feel meant we never felt the urge to rush...   view more

4 Days in Hong Kong

4 Days in Hong Kong

Hong Kong, Hong Kong

With a population of 25 million, Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated places in the world and by jove, doesn’t it feel like it?!! Sooooo many people...   view more

My London Bucket List

My London Bucket List

London, England

The UK is not a large Country but its multi-cultural capital is bursting with exciting places to see. It has been a major settlement for two thousand years, and is jam packed with history, culture, old buildings and secret alleyways and, if walls could talk, would tell a thousand...   view more

2 Days in Chengdu

2 Days in Chengdu

Chengdu, China

Chengdu is in the Sichuan province of China around 1.5 hour's flight from Xi'an and is probably most famous for the Giant Panda Breeding Research Base, but it is also full of other unexpected...   view more

Singapore Street Art

Singapore Street Art

Singapore, Singapore

Singapore may not be the first City you think of when looking for wall murals and insta-worthy photographs, but it does have a thriving street art scene. You just need to know where to look for...   view more

Free Things To Do in Singapore

Free Things To Do in Singapore

Singapore, Singapore

Singapore is known for being one of the world’s most expensive cities, but did you know you don’t have to break the bank to enjoy yourself while you are there? We travelled on a budget, and were amazed to find there are many free things to do in...   view more