I have bad news. There will be no post about food on the Krabi beaches because it was so terrible that I didn’t even take pictures of most of what I ate. And I feel compelled to tell the world about it.
The journey into food hell started the moment the long [...]
There’s a reason for the high season of tourism on Thailand’s islands that lasts from late October through approximately April, and the reason in RAIN. Thailand has three seasons: winter, lasting from October to February; summer, lasting from approximately March to May; and rainy season, that lasts the rest of the year. Aside [...]
Hoi An, Vietnam sits on the coast of the slender, central plains area, just south of the 17th parallel dividing historic South Vietnam from its northern neighbor. Along with Hue and Danang, both slightly to the north, Hoi An serves as a sleepy stopover for tourists enroute to Saigon from Hanoi, or [...]
Sunset over Koh Chang
My poor website, neglected out of travel, work, and a budding preference for passive entertainment over engaged life-sharing. How unfair I’ve been to you! The mistreatment you’ve suffered through transitions from mere neglect to full abuse when you consider the terrible iPhone-only post.
Moral of the [...]
1) Getting to Koh Chang
The journey from Chiang Mai to Koh Chang proved arduous. We had a plane to catch, a metro rail to take, a 6 hour bus ride, a couple of cabs, and a ferry separating our apartment and the beach, dialing our door-to-door travel time up to 15 [...]
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