Chiang Mai, situated about 700 kilometers away from Bangkok, is often acknowledged as the northern capital of Thailand. It exudes an unmatched welcoming feel, punctuated by a delightfully tranquil ambiance. Boasting a wide array of attractions by way of age-old temples, limestone caves, snake farms, national parks, night markets, and most of all, tempting dining options, this ancient walled city certainly invites explorers, adventurers, backpackers, sightseers, and culture enthusiasts from all over the world. And the best thing is that you can do it even on a shoestring budget. Continue reading “Offbeat Travel Destinations In Chiang Mai, Thailand”
This week has been a pre-move week, which is always an emotional rollercoaster to stress town. But I tried managing stress and anxiety with some nature runs, some coffee runs, and some good music and TV. Here are some of the good moments of my week: Continue reading “Weekly Small Pleasures #96”
I was thinking this morning while I was eating my breakfast at the dining table by myself. A scrambled egg with salsa verde, avocado, one tortilla, and a side of a gluten-free frozen waffle (actually toasted not frozen) half with butter and half with almond butter and honey. That’s how weird I am but that is not the topic of this post.
I was thinking about goodbyes. I was thinking about the fact that we’re moving again… darn, I was planning on making a post for breaking the news, but now I’ve said it. But I won’t tell you the details yet; I will write a post about it later, in a week or two when we’ve settled down. Continue reading “I Suck At Goodbyes… Like, REALLY Suck At Them”
For many, hiring a car abroad is a crucial part of the travel experience. Without that luxury, we wouldn’t be able to explore the places we want to see. Obviously, making the right decision is crucial. Without it, we’re fighting a tough battle. We’re in a location that we don’t understand, talking to companies that we’ve never heard of. It’s important to be aware of the scenarios that must be avoided. Here’s our handy list that you’re going to want to keep in mind. Continue reading “Hiring A Car Abroad: Horror Scenarios That Must Be Avoided”
Do you travel for business or pleasure? Why not both? When you travel for work and leisure, you get the best of both worlds. You can build a stable career while you get to visit countless new and wonderful places. Below are some of the best careers that give you the opportunity to travel. Continue reading “4 Careers That Will Allow You To Travel”
Humans naturally take for granted most of everything we have and if we think about it, we can’t imagine being without it, including any of our five senses. If you are fortunate enough to have all of your five senses working, I bet you haven’t even thought of how it would be to travel without any one of them. Can you imagine walking into a brewery in Dublin and not smell the hops? Or walking into a chocolate shop in Belgium and smell nothing? Continue reading “Visually Impaired People Share Their Travel Experiences”
So many changes in the last couple of months. Big changes still occurring. Transition time. I’ll probably make an official announcement about one of those changes in the next couple of weeks. I hate transition time. You’d think I’d be used to it by now considering I have moved almost every year, sometimes multiple times a year, in the last 8 years. Anyway, I won’t give too many hints, but needless to say, I’ve been a bit stressed and anxious. Continue reading “Weekly Small Pleasures #95”