Posts Tagged‘Thailand’

The American dollar is fighting its way back up the food chain and exchange rates offer longer and less expensive travel experiences. People are getting the chance to take the time to appreciate their surroundings…

So I’ve been spending a few days hanging out in Ao Nang, Krabi province in Thailand this week. The area is beautiful, punctuated by almost vertical limestone cliffs and mountains that run from the mainland…

Looking for some inspiration heading into the upcoming summer holiday season? The following are some of the most amazing travel pictures that I have seen from amateur photographers over the past few months. I’ve shared…

good motorcycle for the Mae Hong Son Loop

I just completed the Mae Hong Son loop, a bad ass 600 km, 4 or 5 day road trip (depending how fast you want to go) in the mountainous province of Mae Hong Son in…

The lion share of people who go to Phuket, Thailand can be categorized pretty easily. You have lots of dirty old men heading to Patong Beach to get raucous with pros, Russians who plan to…

Among the nations of the world, Thailand stands above many others when it comes to the flavors encountered within the dishes of its mind-melting cuisine. To achieve this, Thai food takes at least two flavor…

From chalky white sands and golden sun-kissed beaches to immaculate aquamarine waters and stunning landscapes, Phuket is set to be one of 2014’s top holidaying destinations. Being the largest island in Thailand, Phuket is spread…

massage in Thailand

Thailand is a hedonis….westerner’s dream. Famous just for being a farang (foreigner in Thai)?, check. Delicious food, cold beer, great accommodation for half the cost of any country that you’re probably from? Check. Bustling cities…

White temple in Chiang Rai

Thailand is famous for many reasons for different demographics of people. Backpackers come to explore the cities and wild nightlife (most notably the Full Moon Party on Koh Phangan), Families come to enjoy the beaches,…

  2012 was a great year for me. It started with the purchase of my first condo (with the cash fronted by my pops) on South Beach in the first few days of January. I…

Muay Thai Boxing Ring

Thailand is just one of those countries you could easily get stuck in, be it the painfully beautiful beaches and countryside, to the bustling always-on metropolis of Bangkok, you will see many Farangs (foreigner in Thai)…

Beaches in Thailand

If you have been keeping up with me for the past two months (come on, I know you checked in at least every of couple days to see what I was up to…right?), you would…

renting a bike in Chiang Mai

So after experiencing the insane hustle and bustle of Bangkok, I decided it was time to get the hell out of dodge and go somewhere a bit more my speed. I had heard about the…

So it has almost been a month since I left sunny South Florida and headed to Asia. So far, everything has been great and I’m still enjoying my time in The Philippines. To date, I…

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