After a lovely few days spent in Chiang Mai we decided to catch a bus to head further north to the city of Chiang Rai beautiful temples ranging in many colours. It’s not often on travellers list of places to visit but offers a variety of things to experience and home to some of the… Continue reading Chiang Rai a city of mountainous scenery
A dream come true. For a very long time I have wished to see elephants in a natural habitat. After much research we decided to visit the Elephant Jungle Sanctuary. Elephant jungle sanuatary is an eco tourism project. 60 km outside of Chiang Mai. This project gives elephants a second chance and a place to… Continue reading Elephant Jungle Santuary
From Sukhothai we took a government run day bus to Chiang Mai costing 230baht each. The journey took around 6 hours with a few stops. Most buses like the aircon really cold so we have learnt now to always wear long sleeved clothes. Arriving into Chiang Mai late afternoon we caught a tuk tuk to… Continue reading Chiang Mai: cats, elephants, and tattoos.
Experiencing one of the longest travelling hauls so far of 35 hours. Two bus rides, no sleep and a short stop in Bangkok we eventually made it to Sukhothai in the late evening. We spent one day exploring this area, recommend by a Austrian man we met in Hsipaw in Myanmar. He told us it… Continue reading Sukhothai the former capital of Thailand
After catching a night bus from Bangkok we were fornunate to recieve a upgrade to a VIP coach which personally was so comfortable. Provided with a selection of refreshments and a toilet onboard we couldn’t complain. Krabi is situated on the west side of Thailand, around 12 hours drive from Bangkok. We decided to spend… Continue reading Krabi (island exploring)
After a very speedy flight with AirAsia from Yangon we landed into Bangkok in the early afternoon. After one month in Myanmar it was exciting to experience a new country and culture. We took a bus from the airport to Koh San road, where we were imersed into the crazy tourist heaven. With street food… Continue reading 3 nights in Bangkok (Start of a street food addiction)
Ko Lanta, beautiful sandy beaches and far away from the tourist islands like Phi Phi or Koh Samui. After a 2.5 hour ferry ride, we hopped onto the back of an open truck and headed to our beach accommodation. Lanta Paragon Resort, situated right at the beach. It was amazing. Staying in a nice little… Continue reading Ko Lanta island paradise