When I spent three months in Japan, I didn’t have to worry about where I was going to sleep every night. I had a home base at Chris’ western Tokyo apartment, and so all I needed to do was figure out what I’d get up to each day.
Being on the road means finding different places to crash in each city I visit. It’s one the things I research the most when I decide that I’m heading off to a new destination.
There is no shortage of choices of places to stay in Southeast Asia. While you can rely on review websites, travel guide books and word of mouth, you never really know what you’re getting yourself in to until you drop your bags and check out your bunk.