5 Years Later, Why We’re Still Sold on Thailand

5 Years Later, Why We’re Still Sold on Thailand

A little more than a week ago we returned from a month and a half long trip home to the USA. We saw friends and family across six states, drank countless glasses of fine wine and craft beer, and came to truly appreciate central AC and heat, clean public restrooms, and...
Tips to Survive Your Long Flight to Thailand

Tips to Survive Your Long Flight to Thailand

“My biggest worry about traveling internationally is spending endless hours on an airplane.” That just about sums up the thoughts of nearly every first-time traveler to Thailand… and many seasoned travelers, too. Since we’ve just completed our...
Coffee in the Rice Fields at Ban Tai Lue Café

Coffee in the Rice Fields at Ban Tai Lue Café

You can’t travel around Thailand and not get lost or go on a wild goose chase at least once. That’s what happened on my latest road trip around Nan. In the end, my friend and I managed to find what we were looking for: the oh-so-scenic spot known as Ban...
Review: Thailand’s Green Bus VIP Class Bus

Review: Thailand’s Green Bus VIP Class Bus

One bus company in that has made a name for itself in Northern Thailand is Green Bus. It’s a clean, comfortable, and affordable transportation option with routes that go as far north as Mae Sai near the Burmese border and as far south as Phuket. I (Angela) used...
First Impressions of Koh Tao

First Impressions of Koh Tao

If you told us this time last month we’d have our toes in the sand at Koh Tao we wouldn’t have believed you. That’s because we’ve never been really drawn there. But things changed when we received an invitation from the Tourism Authority of...

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