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When we look back on our travels and pick our favorite places we usually notice patterns or things that these places all have in common.  Cheap accommodation, friendly people, great weather, just to name a...

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Now that we’ve had time at home, taking a break from our break, and telling our stories to family and friends, I’ve had more time to reflect on the awesomeness of our life in 2013...

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Bangkok can be an overwhelming city to visit for the first time, and choosing where to stay is always the first stress test to face.  After over seven visits to the bustling Thai capital, we’ve...

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Before we headed Thailand, I heard a lot about how I MUST eat all the wonderful street food in every city we visit.  It’s true, it really is unique and often delicious, but the number...

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Rarely do places as hyped as Chiang Mai meet our expectations, but in this laid-back Northern Thailand city, we are just as in love with the place as everyone else we’ve talked to about it....

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Bike Tour of Bangkok

April 28, 2013

After over a week in Bangkok, I still feel totally lost all the time. The road are winding, and the addresses and street names totally confusing. I looked for a bike tour to explore the...

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I’ve wakeboarded behind a boat before, but I had never heard of a cable ski system until today.  My only preparation for trying this was a few YouTube videos and some stretching.  Arriving at the man-made lake...

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We’ve headed north from Bangkok to the city of Kanchanaburi, Bangkok’s most popular day-trip city.  We are only going to stop here briefly to do some sight-seeing before heading further west to see what remains...

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We did very little research before coming to Bangkok.  I’d like to say it’s because we like to travel spontaneously and live in the moment, but mostly we just had less downtime (with good wifi)...

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