Blog Entries tagged 'thai'

Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'thai'

  • Bangkok: The Sticky Rice & Mango Adventure (Part 1)As we get out of the airport and feel the hot, windy temperature of Bangkok, we fall in love. It’s 11.30 pm and, although we’re tired after our flight, the phosphorescent taxi line that parades up and down the streets Posted by lbob in Little bites of beauty | Aug 4, 2016
  • Thai Farm Cooking School Attention fans of Thai food: you're in luck because today we graduated from the [[|Thai Farm Cooking School]] and will be bringing our new skills back to the Sta Posted by carpentrek in Carpenters Without Borders | Dec 12, 2015
  • Green Christmas in Koh TaoIn the morning, we did our little scavenger hunt. My clues were bit less cryptic than Ryan's so he had to help out with a few and grab the one that really got wedged in the light/keycard socket where I Posted by Sarah.M in Explore | Nov 29, 2015
  • Murphy's Law & Bollywood (how can that be!!!!)As the bus was speeding along the Expressway after a dinner break (didn't record the name but the same spot where the KL buses halt, too) - a very healthy snack of boiled shell-on peanuts & boiled salted corn, I Posted by prakashj9t3 in Globetrotting - One trip at a time | Jul 21, 2013
  • THAILAND~~~Bangkok, Thailand..... My second last destination, how crazy! It was a $263 flight and 2213 km, but 7 hour and 15 minutes (including a layover of 1 hour and 25 minutes) I was in my second last destination! I Posted by mayals in My Dream Trip Around the World | Jun 10, 2013
  • Hanoi and the long haul to Ha Long Bay With the city of Hue logged into the memory banks we boarded our last night train of our Vietnam trip. So, you might have heard some horror stories about overnight trains in Vietnam, but the pr Posted by louslabbert in Around South East Asia in 104 days | Nov 17, 2012
  • Good morning, Vietnam!"So the weary travellers climbed off the bus after an 8 hour drive from Pnom Penh in Cambodia at the bus station in Ho Chi Minh City.........." Ok so this place was like nothing we had ever seen before. The Posted by louslabbert in Around South East Asia in 104 days | Oct 24, 2012
  • The tale of two cities....After a few dodgy wireless internet connections at the hotels we have been staying at recently, we decided to pop in to an internet cafe to write a quick blog post. I have now typed out that first line 3 Posted by louslabbert in Around South East Asia in 104 days | Sep 16, 2012
  • The BeginningWell that's me finally here! Thailand! The place I had originally planned to be in 2008 when I started proper travelling but never made it. Was it worth the wait...F*** yeaaaaaaahhh ! Ive been planning this trip since before I Posted by caracicatriz85 in LEAVING AGAIN! | Jun 30, 2012
  • Day 5: Thailand==Safety== It seems that, in general, comfort and fun are prioritised higher than safety. This seems to be the case when discussing and observing the choice to rarely wear a seatbelt, helmets, protective gear and riding in the back of a Posted by ruth'stravels in Travel in the Life of Ruth | Jun 20, 2012
  • Thai Cooking ClassChiang Rai is a peaceful town full of bustling markets. We booked a cooking class with Suwannee, and luck had it that we were the only ones to show up that day! So began our private trip to Posted by Robin-and-Kevin in Adventures of Kevin and Robin | Feb 26, 2012
  • Kanchanaburi, ThailandWe took a side trip from Bangkok out to Kanchanaburi to visit John and his girlfriend Ann. Kanchanaburi is a small provincial capital about two hours outside of Bangkok that receives only a few tourists who come to see the Posted by Robin-and-Kevin in Adventures of Kevin and Robin | Feb 16, 2012
  • Pink GranolaIt's amazing how quickly 5 weeks of your life can pass you by. It seems like just yesterday that I was whisked away to the bus station on the back of motorbike, streaming tears as I waved good-bye to Micah. Posted by bucketbath in Bucket Bath | Feb 13, 2012
  • 2 Different WorldsWe started off Friday on a slow boat up the River of the King.  We were on a 4 hour journey to Ayuttaya, the ancient capital of Thailand.  After numerous recommendations, we agreed to spend the better part of the Posted by gbpesce in Tuk Everything... | Feb 11, 2012
  • Sore thumbs This week, I completed week 4 of my 5 week Thai massage course at TMC in Chiang Mai, Thailand. It was the most challenging week yet! Learning Thai massage is much more involved than Posted by bucketbath in Bucket Bath | Feb 4, 2012
  • Life outside the bucketI've been practicing and studying hard these last 3 weeks. The Thai Massage School of Chang Mai is teaching me how to master using my hands, fingers, heels, elbows, arms, knees and feet to work on the energy, or Posted by bucketbath in Bucket Bath | Jan 26, 2012
  • Cambodian Hoedown And don't forget to pre-book your authentic Thai massage for April! $30/ 30min, $50/1hr, $75/1.5hrs [url= Posted by bucketbath in Bucket Bath | Jan 5, 2012
  • The Mysterious Adventures of VietnamI FINALLY pulled together our footage from Vietnam. It includes everything from kayaking in Halong Bay to motorbiking past rice fields, sledding down sand dunes and hanging out with reclining Buddhas. Movies from Laos, Thailand, and Cambodia Posted by bucketbath in Bucket Bath | Jan 4, 2012
  • Thai Garland OfferingsThe Thai way of creating garlands became popular during the reign of King Chulalongkorn, Rama V. In more modern times you can see vendors at most major intersections selling their garlands to drivers stopped on a red light. Unfortunately some Posted by Nods33 in Thailand | Sep 24, 2011
  • Thai Spirit Houses==Thai spirit houses== What are spirit houses all about? A Thai spirit house is a shrine to animist spirits. The house is intended to provide a shelter for spirits which could cause problems for the people if not appeased. Most Thais Posted by Nods33 in Thailand | Sep 14, 2011
  • Wat Mahathat - Mahathat TempleWat Mahathat As with most of the temples in Thailand that I have visited there are different times of the day which are best to visit. Beating the crowds is always number one priority, but also catching the temples in the Posted by Nods33 in Thailand | Aug 15, 2011
  • Wat Arun BangkokWat Arun is a well known landmark in Bangkok, and easily recognized with the most attractive structure of the center 80 metre high pagoda or Phra Prang decorated with a mosaic of multi-colours using Chinese porcelain. The outer four corners Posted by Nods33 in Thailand | Aug 13, 2011
  • Thai FruitThai Fruit: Farang / Guava The word “farang” in Thai means foreigner, some say coming from the first ‘foreigner’ in Thailand who happened to be a French man. With 'farangset' being the Thai word for Frenchman. It is also the name Posted by Nods33 in Thailand | Aug 7, 2011
  • Urban LivingUrban Living Many families and individuals find themselves questioning the advantages of rural versus urban living. The quality of life is one of the central issues to consider in any comparison between rural versus urban living. While a Posted by Nods33 in Thailand | Aug 7, 2011
  • Kanchanaburi TempleTham Phu Wa Temple The compound which is set in natural surroundings is situated approximately 15 kilometers away from the city of Kanchanaburi. The temple is famous for meditation courses and a very relaxing place to spend a few hours, Posted by Nods33 in Thailand | Aug 6, 2011

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