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“Friendly and fun-loving, exotic and tropical, cultured and historic, Thailand beams with a lustrous hue from its gaudy temples and golden beaches to the ever-comforting Thai smile.” – The Lonely Planet.

UNESCO: Historic Town of Sukhothai

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On the Road to Chiang Khong

Cabbages and Condoms Our next destination was the border town of Chiang Khong, located on the banks of the Mekong River, directly opposite the town of Huay Xai in Laos. Armed with snacks, water and charged iPods we set off from Chiang Mai in our mini-vans, for the six hour drive to the border. We were headed first to the ...

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Chang Mai

(Bootcamp Thai style!) I’ll start by saying that holidays are presumably for rest and relaxation, not 30km bike rides and stair drills with no less than 306 stairs.  My personal trainer would be proud. To date, the majority of exercise had been lifting beer glasses.  That was about to change. We arrived in Chiang Mai around 8am on Tuesday morning ...

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Planes, Trains and Automobiles

An Aussie Guide to Thai Transport 1st Edition   Monday the 11th of October is the first full day of our Intrepid Tour.  The previous night we had met up with the the other members of the tour for the first time and had an orientation session with our tour leader Molly, who was a local from Lampang in northern ...

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The Art of War

Chatuchak for Dummies Now any one who knows me, knows that I am market mad. Chatuchak is the market to beat all markets. (Actually, there are four others that beat it, in size at least but what in the small details right?) My long suffering husband knew it would only be a matter of time before I managed to get ...

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Scott & The Flesh Eating Fish

OR… Part 2 of Interesting ways to torture your husband Day two of our trip to Kanchanaburi finally saw us at Erawan Falls, a place we had wanted to visit since our previous trip five years ago.  The falls are located in a national park in Kanchanaburi Province near the Thai/Burmese border.  Erawan falls are named after the three headed ...

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Time to Kill In Bangkok

(Otherwise known as “Interesting ways to torture your husband”)   So I promised everyone I would get Scott to do some stupid things (ie things I wouldn’t do but needed a volunteer as they would provide good photo opportunities!) Our next cuple of days provided some wiling animals and a husband resigned to helping the cause! Before our Interpid Tour through ...

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SE Asia – Our First Blogging Adventure!

Oh the dramas of getting ready for an overseas trip!!! How many ways can we possibly procrastinate about packing? hmmm Guitar Hero, breakfast with the rellos, more Guitar Hero…..last weeks washing…..a tiny bit of Guitar Hero….shopping…… Robin Hood on BluRay….Nickleback ( on Guitar Hero of course)…..Da Vinci Code on TV… maybe one more Guitar Hero session (cant let Bon Jovi ...

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