Pai-land

Today some Thai people we met said there is a movie about Pai that has been used to bring people to Pai, tourism stunt, go figure. The movie is called Pai in Love,… Continue reading

The Road to Pai

Leaving Chiang Mai Monday was our final day in Chiang Mai. This city has impressed me in so many ways. From monks casually crossing the street to the woman who made me lunch… Continue reading

Collecting Asian Art

I am the first to admit that I’m a sucker for home decor, especially art work. After walking past a vendor with beautiful paintings of Thai settings I gave in! That has been… Continue reading

Mexican Food in Thailand

It is about time that I dedicate a post purely to food. Thus far Thailand has exceeded my expectations- which were fairly high in terms of quality, cheap and simply delicious food options.… Continue reading

People Watching at the Night Bazaar

Markets are a large part of what makes Chiang Mai a wonderful city. If you’ve followed this blog since my days in London you know that markets are a huge part of who… Continue reading

Wild boars and pad Thai

After a full day of travel from Kathmandu, Nepal to Chiang Mai, Thailand; Kate and I decided to have a low key day. We started with a simple breakfast: fruit and yogurt from… Continue reading

A Walking Tour Through Kathmandu

If travel to Nepal makes me enlightened, I’ll take it! Because while I’m not overcome with spirituality, I have learned a lot about Nepali culture and the religions the country prides itself on.… Continue reading

Hiking in the Himalayas

Tuesday morning Kate and I had planned to wake up at 3:40am to catch a car to take us to higher altitudes. Lucky for us jet lag is still hitting us so we… Continue reading

Leisure day

Monday was our get a feel for the city day! Which means we basically had no plans. Kate and I walked from Themal where we are staying to Kathmandu’s Durbar square. Since Durbar… Continue reading

Namaste

Sunday was our first full day in Kathmandu. The only way I can describe Kathmandu is half culture shock, half peace of mind. When you enter a restaurant or store in Kathmandu the… Continue reading