Just writing this post makes me miss Thailand. Thailand may now be my favorite country. Ever. I love the food, the people, the diving, the culture and they have, hands down, some of the prettiest beaches in the world! We spent around a month in Thailand and it wasn’t nearly enough time. I can’t wait […]
One night out on Khaosan Road in Bangkok, we decided to cross eating insects off our bucket list! Danielle started with a cricket, mini fried frog and I tried a grasshopper. We both sampled the scorpion. Tastes like chicken…except not at all. Insect Selection… Our Scorpions (look at that wing span) Danielle pondering if she enjoys […]
One of the most famous places to see in Koh Phi Phi is Maya Bay on Koh Phi Phi Leh, where Leo filmed his 2000 hit The Beach. A few friends I’ve met along the way suggested that the best way to see Maya Bay was to do the overnight camping trip, which allows you […]
We arrived in Koh Phi Phi and it might now rank as one of the most beautiful places I have ever been. Or perhaps will go…still to be determined, but I imagine it’ll always hold a place in the top five. I decided to go on my first fun dive as an Advanced Adventurer with Phi […]
We came to Koh Tao after Koh Phangan (with a one night layover in Koh Samui to get out of Haad Rin and the temptation of more buckets and late night beach dancing) to see the island and also so I could get my advanced scuba certification. A friend from the Full Moon Party recommended […]
The infamous Full Moon Party on Haad Rin beach… it’s hard to put into words a week that was filled with neon, body paint, vodka/whiskey buckets, debauchery and a 40-person dorm room. Probably the best way to describe it is RIDICULOUSLY AMAAAAZING!!! And something I could do again. Maybe next year. Ha! Despite being in […]
Night train fun from Chiang Mai to Bangkok to Chumphon.
We flew from Luang Prabang, Laos to Chiang Mai, Thailand for the sole reason of nuzzling up to these guys! (we would have spent longer in North Thailand but we were up against getting to Koh Phangan by September 28 for the beginning of the Full Moon festivities) All of the tigers were less than […]