Dear 7/11, It saddens me to have to say goodbye. You've brought such joy and comfort to my life. I must begin by thanking you.
Let me first say that this post is very, very delayed. Sorry about that. The wifi in Laos isn't great so it's been really difficult to upload pictures. All these upcoming posts are belated, but hopefully still fun to read! (Hah! I know they will be) The pictures are the best. We took the slow … Continue reading Two Tickets to Paradise (pack your bags we’ll leave when it’s convenient)
After Chiang Mai, we headed to Chiang Rai, where we are now. We're staying in a great hostel called Fun - D. It is the cleanest one we have stayed in thus far. There are also public computers we are able to use, which is a huge bonus. I am now a blogging MACHINE! The … Continue reading Oh my Chiang Rai
In all honesty, we hard core CHILLED after returning from our trek. We decided to do a Visa Run to we could stay in Thailand longer because we only had a few more days. It was about 5 hours to the Myanmar border and 5 hours back to Chiang Mai. It was incredibly easy. We … Continue reading S’more Chiang Mai
Our first nights sleep was rough to say the least, most of us has horrifying dreams and woke up with a crick in our backs. However, spirits were still high and we were given a very well rounded breakfast. There's nothing that toast and hard boiled eggs can't fix...except for most things... Anyway, we got … Continue reading The Trekk: Day 2 and 3
The boys and I opted for a three day, two night trekk in the hills. We had heard from friends that it was their favorite part of Chiang Mai, so I was stoked. For only 1800 baht ($60), it covered all our expenses, minus alcohol obviously. There were four other people in the group, which … Continue reading Trekking in Chiang Mai: Day 1
This post is delayed but we're FINALLY in Chiang Mai. I've been most excited to come here of all the places in Thailand. Especially since everyone we've met has given it rave reviews. Bangkok is amazing, but a big city can be very intimidating sometimes. There are major political protests happening there also, which makes … Continue reading Chiang Mai! Cooking like the locals