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210, 2017

Thailand Part Two – Kanchanaburi!

By | October 2nd, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

The second leg of my trip was a visit to the western reaches of Thailand, a region called Kanchanaburi. This area borders Myanmar and therefore sees some influx of Burmese people who cross the loose jungle border seeking work. This area is sparsely populated and displays a rich tableau of forests and rolling hills. There is probably a lot more to Kanchanaburi than that, but this is not a geography [...]

609, 2017

Thailand, Part One – Bangkok

By | September 6th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Bangkok easily conjures up images of a bustling, chaotic city that is exotic and rich in culture. A city that assaults the senses and challenges the visitor to be open minded and try new things. Those ideas would be accurate. My visit only scratched the surface of experiencing Bangkok. I can only report on the interesting things I saw and did, knowing it was only a glimpse. My visit to [...]

407, 2017

Thailand Part One – Bangkok! (1 of 2)

By | July 4th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Bangkok conjures up images of a bustling, chaotic city that is exotic and rich in culture. A city that assaults the senses and challenges the visitor to be open minded and try new things. Those ideas would be accurate. My visit only scratched the surface of experiencing Bangkok. I can only report on the interesting things I saw and did, knowing it was only a glimpse. My visit to [...]

3003, 2017

Upcoming Trip: Thailand, June 2017

By | March 30th, 2017|Categories: Thailand, Travel|0 Comments

Folks, if you're a regular visitor to my blog, stay tuned for what's in store for this summer's travels. I will be headed to Thailand for a month long trip in June, 2017. I will be posting stories and photos each week throughout the trip. I will include tips and commentary on some of the amazing experiences I discover, and hopefully in the process inspire my readers to explore [...]

1802, 2017

Mexico City, Wait for it… In Mexico!

By | February 18th, 2017|Categories: Blog, Mexico, Travel|0 Comments

Mexico City, wow what a city. 20+ million people, a dramatic, tragically beautiful history, a vibrant and rich culture, a shining culinary scene, among many other qualities. Mexico City is often overlooked for more tropically scenic and relaxing locales in this geographically diverse country, with some reason. Ciudad Mexico (CDMX as it is abbreviated throughout the city) is not exactly a relaxing destination. This is a city that will challenge your senses and [...]

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