Tag Archives: Thailand

Sawasdee Siam

My last hours of Thailand (also known as Siam) … my review: What I liked👍: •Food🍜 •Hotel rooms & coming back to them🏨 •Hotel pools🏨🏊 •Motorcycles🚲 •Smells♨️ •People😀 •Food🍉 •Food🍚 What I disliked👎: •Pollution🚜 •Heat🔥 •Crowds😐😐😐😐😐 •Smells😖 •Humidity (not as … Continue reading

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Ancient Ayuthaya

Hey guys! My last post was a couple of days ago from Phimai, the home of the oldest Angkor ruins in Thailand. Here I am hanging out and enjoying my lat couple of hours in Phimai at our bungalow before … Continue reading

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The road to Phimai

Nong Kai ➡️ Udon Thani ➡️ Khon Kaen ➡️ Phimai For the past few days we have been traveling through Isan, which is the northeastern part of Thailand. As I mentioned in my last post, our hotel in Udon Thani … Continue reading

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Exploring Isan

Two days ago we left Chiang Mai for some new destinations. We started off with heading to the Chiang Mai Airport on a soeng thaow to catch a plane to Bangkok. It was a particularly small airport and security was … Continue reading

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Day at Doi Suthep

A couple of days ago, dad and I went up the mountain which looks over Chiang Mai on our rented motor-scooter to arrive at Doi Suthep (elevation: 1,073 meters) and Bhubing Palace (Phuping Palace). Doi Suthep is a large Buddhist … Continue reading

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Cookin’s cool

Best restaurant ever… …made by me! I bet you didn’t know that I was a chef, or at least now I am a certified Thai chef!🔪🍜. I went to The Thai Kitchen Cookery Centre to learn how to make some … Continue reading

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Elephants are excellent

A few decades ago, there were over 100,000 Asian elephants in Thailand. Now there are just around 3,000😔🐘. Wild Asian elephants in Thailand are endangered and it is illegal to harm them in any way according to the law. But, … Continue reading

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Monk chat

Sawasdee krup (hello in Thai!) Today I went to Wat Chedi Luang for my second day in a row. Many of the Wats in Chiang Mai offer things called ‘monk chats’ where anyone can come along and sit with a … Continue reading

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