Miang Kam, tasty parcels of love.

Miang Kam, tasty parcels of love.

Having had my delightful morning coffee and enjoying a sense of satisfaction from finally posting an update, I decided to head out to Warorot Market outside the gates of the old city. Warorot is in the heart of Chiang Mai’s China Town and it’s a huge, bustling market frequently visited by locals rather than tourists. … Continue reading

I’m back and I’m caffeinated!

I’m back and I’m caffeinated!

First and foremost, I need to apologize for my prolonged absence from the wonderful world of blogging. I know it’s no excuse, but I had been so tied up with work that I just didn’t have the time to dedicate myself to some proper blog posts.  Oh right, for those of you who don’t know, … Continue reading

Bill Cosby’s got nothing on this

Bill Cosby’s got nothing on this

While most travellers arrive on Koh Phangan’s Thongsala pier with nothing but Sangsom buckets on the brain,  one should take the time and stop in this bustling little port town for a day, or at the very least an evening before being herded up by taxi drivers and shuttled off across the island.  Why on … Continue reading

Good Eats on Haad Rin

Good Eats on Haad Rin

Located on the infamous party island of Koh Phangan, Haad Rin beach is home to the world renowned Full Moon Party. Each month, thousands of tourists and party goers alike descend upon this white sand beach for a night of bass pumping, bucket guzzling, neon splattered debauchery that continues on well past the early rise … Continue reading

Say hi, Chiang Mai!

Say hi, Chiang Mai!

Having filled my quota for chaotic streets, pushy touts trying to sell me ridiculous wooden frogs, and Tuk Tuk drivers popping their lips asking me if I wanted to go to a ping pong show, it was most certainly time to escape the insanity of Bangkok and head to the northern capital known as Chiang Mai. I jumped on an … Continue reading

Oh thank heaven!

First thing first, if you’ve never been to Thailand then you’re probably unaware of the fact that it’s streets are literally teaming with a humble convenience store we likely all take for granted back at home. I’m talking of course, about 7-11. What does 7-11 have to do with street food? Well… nothing really, but … Continue reading

I’m Home!

After a grueling 20+ hours of travel, I’ve reached my final destination; Bangkok. Weary, exhausted and probably in desperate need of a shower, I couldn’t help but grin when I was struck with a wall of humidity that hit me harder than a sack of bricks. I am so excited to be back, Thailand truly feels like … Continue reading