One thing about travelling is that you get so many opportunities to see things and do things that you may never get to see or do again.
Even if that’s not a foreseeable outcome. Continue reading “Visiting the White Temple before destruction – Chiang Rai, Thailand”
I arrived in Chiang Mai after taking the overnight train from Bangkok – something I would recommend anyone to do, it was such a great experience.
Chiang Mai is a very cultural place – from temples, to markets, to tigers, there’s so much to see and learn. Continue reading “My thoughts on cuddling tigers in Chiang Mai, Thailand”
Bangkok is a city with so many sides – there’s the busy side, the laidback side, the shopping side, the foodie side, the party side, and the cultural side (among so many more, I’m sure).
My first inkling that Bangkok was going to be a surprise to me came when I got in a taxi fresh out of the airport, and Michael Jackson started playing on the radio, the driver humming and nodding along to it. Continue reading “Welcome to Asia – Dunked in Bangkok, Thailand”