Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
THE GREAT TRAIN RIDE
We have re-discovered the train. We have abandoned her for the convenience and speed of the airplane and vowed never to look back. But there's something relaxing about the familiar, rhythmic sounds of the rails and looking out the window as the landscape whistles past you.
The great train journey to somewhere special is …
Golden Triangle, Mehkong River, Hill Tribes, All In One Day!You can read all my adventures in Thailand at;HTTP://THEOTHERSIDEOFTHECOCONUT.WORD PRESS.COM Ok my intrepid readers, pour yourself a cup of coffee and get comfortable. I intend to entertain (bore?) you with details of a 14 hour tour Mary Ann and I enjoyed yesterday in Northern (AMAZING) …
Buddha Buddha Buddha Buddha
They are everywhere. I think this was on a metro, maybe not.Thailand is obviously a Buddhist country. It shows in their customs, their kindness, their complete avoidance of interpersonal confrontations, lack of crime, but most obviously in the fact that you can find a Buddha anywhere. Perhaps the only more ubiquitous …
This last week I have had a terrible case of insomnia. I brought along a bottle of Excerdin PM to aid in sleeping on the 19 hour flight to Bangkok, so this week I have been taking them in hopes to fall asleep before 3 or 4 AM. Unfortunately it has not worked.
While searching for an item in one of my suitcases, I saw another bottle of medicine, …
Stumbled in after 3 AM after a crazy night with my girlfriends from London. Those gals can party...I feel like a nun next to them. I suppose us Americans can be a bit uptight at times, wouldn't you agree darling?
In an attempt to keep this G-Rated, I will leave out the detail of the first part of the evening. Nimmy, Krista and I …
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