I have entered into the Best Travel Job Ever Contest and need your votes. Some contests have over 1000 votes, so we need to catch up. This would no question take Backpack with Brock to a whole new level! You can vote once per day per email address. Click the link below to go to…Details
After a very moving time in Cambodia, Brock arrives in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Here he meets his newest travel buddies: Suzie, Meghan and David. They start off Vietnam with Reunification Palace, massages and motorbikes.
Once again, it almost didn’t make it, blocked by the Great Wall of China. But alas, here it is. The Friday Five. When you are in Asia, bartering is apart of every day life. You want to buy something? Prepare to barter. Here are 5 tips to make the experience a good one and save…Details
During a quick stopover in Phnom Penh, Cambodia I stay with the marvelous Romyr and visit the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum where I learn about a travesty committed by mankind a short 30 years ago.
Backpack with Brock has been to a number of different countries at this point and has learned to say hello and thank you, among other things, in a variety of different languages. This week he shares 5 of those ways with you. Do you have a unique way of saying hello and thank you? Share…Details
This is the follow up to the previous video – ‘Where Did Backpack with Brock Go?’ Give that a watch first if you haven’t already.
Backpack with Brock has not posted any videos or content in nearly a week. But why? Is he dead? Lost his computer? Captured and imprisoned on a remote island?
Watch this video to find out!
In part II of Siem Reap, Cambodia, I visit the temples of Bayon and Ta Keo. Bayon specifically is one of the most amazing things I have seen in my life and my reaction proves that feeling.
After a 30-hour journey from the beaches of southern Thailand, I arrive in Siem Reap, Cambodia – home of the Angkor temples. In this video, join me to travel across the Cambodia Border from Thailand to Camboida (Bangkok to Siem Reap) and then explore Angkor City, the largest of them all being – Angkor Wat!…Details
Just a little thank you to all of you for your continued support, along with some updates and peanut butter.
This week on the Friday Five, it’s time to talk about language barriers. How do you survive them? Well here are some tips.
I am joined by some fellow Canadians, and take on the island of Ko Samui, Thailand. We meet two Americans and two Brits along the way and great times were had!
Back in Canada my favourite Thai dish is Pad Thai. So, it seemed only appropriate that it should be choice dish
After many busy cities, it was finally time to get away from it all and relax in the
summer sun. Ko Pha Ngan, Thailand was the perfect place to make that happen!