We travel Bangkok, Thailand – get a room in a Bangkok hostel, eat amazing Thai food and Thai street food, hang out on Khaosan Road with Thai girls, world travelers, and ladyboys. Plus, we cross the Chao Phraya River on … Continue reading →
Let’s be honest. As a westerner, living in China vs. Thailand is an unfair fight. Thailand will win any day of the week because it’s geared toward outsiders and China is geared toward the Chinese. But before you totally discount … Continue reading →
BANGKOK—My cross-country bus heading 700 km to Pua is scheduled to depart Bangkok in 30 minutes. I’m standing on the sidewalk, cars gridlocked on both sides of the road. No taxicabs available and I’ve got to travel 14 kilometers to Mo … Continue reading →
Thai people roaming and working the streets of Bangkok are an eclectic collection of hustlers, monks and nomads. During a recent stay in Thailand’s largest city, I took photos of them. Check out my 30 favorite photos below.
No doubt, Bangkok’s bright lights have a tempting allure. But don’t forget about small town life in Thailand. For those who enjoy clean air, friendly locals and a laid-back lifestyle, small town living might be for you. Here are 3 … Continue reading →
Thai street food is plentiful, diverse, and the best part: it’s cheap. If you bring the equivalent of a few US dollars with you to hunt for a fresh meal, you’ve brought too much. You’ll run out of carrying room … Continue reading →