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  • Still Crazy After All These Years - Crazy GoodMy husband and I first visited Pai a decade ago, and remember it as a charming little town with dusty streets, good restaurants, great music, and lots of dreadlocks and artisans, with fantastic biking routes through the nearby lush countryside. Posted by Dreamchasers in Adventures by Dreamchasers | Jan 18, 2016
  • Wired and Tired, But Let the Fun BeginStan and I were the first to arrive in Bangkok, along with one of our three checked bags. Upon arrival we discovered that Ramblin Rose, my little travel guitar who had not - to my dismay - been allowed to Posted by Dreamchasers in Adventures by Dreamchasers | Jan 14, 2016
  • Cultural Immersion at Jomtien BeachCondo lifestyle has not been our norm. In fact, we had no such experience prior to visiting friends last January who were condo living in the Pattaya resort suburb of Jomtien Beach. At that time, we did what all tourists Posted by Dreamchasers in Adventures by Dreamchasers | Jan 25, 2015
  • Sampling Condo Living in Jomtien Beach, PattayaFriends of ours from Canada were vacationing at Jomtien Beach, a beachside resort suburb of the city of Pattaya, just two hours south of Bangkok, so we decided to take a detour en route to Myanmar and spend a few Posted by Dreamchasers in Adventures by Dreamchasers | Jan 17, 2014
  • Bangkok Beyond The Media HypeMy last travel entry, written just before we left home for Bangkok, definitely carried undertones of concern about arriving in Bangkok, the vibrant city we have come to love in our previous travels, being a little worried that it would Posted by Dreamchasers in Adventures by Dreamchasers | Jan 11, 2014
  • Bangkok: Vibrant and Full of LifeAfter being in transit for twenty seven hours, it was a nice surprise to find that the hotel we had booked, while being in the heart of old Bangkok with its very lively night scene, also provided quiet refuge so Posted by Dreamchasers in Adventures by Dreamchasers | Feb 12, 2013
  • Sleeping in and leaving ThailandI had originally thought we were leaving today at 9 a.m., so I was sleeping when Yui calls me on the phone at 8 a.m. to leave. I don't fully comprehend what's going on, I am under the impression that Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Oct 12, 2008
  • Silk weaving and the Mekong RiverThis morning, we are scheduled for a tour of a remote silk-making village. Everyone here makes silk, and it is of the finest quality. They are famous for producing garments for major politicians, even the king and queen. You could Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Oct 11, 2008
  • Hiking in the jungle and eating bugsThis hotel is a compound, consisting of a cluster of buildings, arranged around a man-made swamp; wide wooden boardwalks snake throughout the facility. To get to breakfast, maybe 200 metres away, you're supposed to call the front desk and get Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Oct 9, 2008
  • Getting down in Surin party townToday was another great day. On the way to Phanom Rung, the site of an ancient temple, I break out the bugs and share them with people on the bus. Only Naomi is brave enough to try a few, but Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Oct 10, 2008
  • A pretty awful dayGrand Palace Everyone else in our group of 14 showed up last night, so we had a little city tour the next day. We were bused together to the Grand Palace, to look at the gold leaf stupas and intricate Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Oct 7, 2008
  • To the jungle!Today we shoved off and headed for Khao Yai National Park. It was about a three hour drive away and it went by like a breeze, since I had once again claimed the backseat couch as my own. I laid Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Oct 8, 2008
  • War, death, elephants and sedated tigers....Louis picked Alan and I up at our hotel and we went for our death and wildlife tour. Japanese museum We first stopped at a small museum, built out of bamboo and Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Oct 6, 2008
  • Excessive luxury and piety, all in the same dayToday was super busy. I left at 8 a.m. to go for a riverboat tour of Bangkok. Louis pointed out a whole bunch of old temples to me and they all started to just blend together. Yes beautiful, but not Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Oct 5, 2008
  • Finally I get to BangkokFinally managed to spatula myself out of the airplane, and wander around zombie-like in the Tokyo airport. I am not in the state of mind to comprehend the directions for the Tokyo toilets. They are very complicated, it takes me Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Oct 2, 2008
  • Chatuchak market and getting lost againWell, I woke up even earlier today, at about 4:30, but this is probably due to my neighbour's constantly ringing telephone. It goes off periodically at 1:30, 2:30, 3:30 and you guessed it, 4:30. I decide to get up and Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Oct 4, 2008
  • TravelPod meetup on Khao San Road!Today I woke up early, at about 6:30, I don't know why. I go around trying to get my survey sheets printed out for the TravelPod meetup tonight. That was an ordeal. They had the wrong version of Word, so Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Oct 3, 2008
  • Sweaty, smelly, soloIn the last 27 hours I have been in/on a songthaew, a ferry, a shuttle bus, a night train, and a taxi. It was sad to leave the hotel, but time to move on from the island life and explore Posted by NinjaLlama in Saudade & Cynefin | Jun 4, 2017
  • Dance your cares awayOn whatever day it was, I headed out with two of my friends for Koh Tao, a tiny little island north of where I was. It is also called turtle island, both because turtles used to live there in Posted by NinjaLlama in Saudade & Cynefin | Jun 3, 2017
  • Life is not a wishing concertAfter V left with his apartment-sized suitcase, the next day brought an influx of new arrivals to the hostel. This included a gangly, silly fella from the UK (we'll call him...C1), and a nice guy from Germany (at the risk Posted by NinjaLlama in Saudade & Cynefin | Jun 3, 2017
  • Reggae and boxingHoly crap, I haven't posted in a week and I have so much regret because now I have to try and remember every glorious detail. SO MUCH has happened. I have zero memory of which days I did which things, Posted by NinjaLlama in Saudade & Cynefin | Jun 3, 2017
  • ThailandElephant Jungle Sanctuary is an ethical and sustainable eco-tourism project located approximately 60km from the city of Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand. Founded in July 2014, it is a joint initiative between members of the Karen hill-tribes and Chiang Mai l Posted by laceoflight in Panda's Passport 🐼 | May 30, 2017
  • Bangkok Blues[center][/center] In an attempt to fill in some of the holes in my blog, here are a few facebook postings I made in August 2014 about my time in Bangkok. While Nepal hadn't m Posted by jaytravels in The Foreigner | Aug 19, 2014
  • Island lifeHow long have I been in Thailand? I don't even know. I don't know what day of the week it is. Is it June yet? Travel does strange things to you. I do know that I Posted by NinjaLlama in Saudade & Cynefin | May 27, 2017
  • "Fancy traveler"I've been meaning to write some blogs about different thoughts I'm having about the world in general, but I keep spending my time recounting my days so I don't forget. Blogging takes some time! I known it'll be Posted by NinjaLlama in Saudade & Cynefin | May 26, 2017
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