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The Trail to Thailand

After the beauty and luxury of Bali with private villas and king sized beds, we went to the opposite side of the comfort spectrum and tackled a flight (Indonesia to Singapore) followed immediately by a bus ride (to a boarder city of Johor Bahru) then back-to-back overnight train trips (Johor Bahru to Kuala Lumpur then Kuala Lumpur to Hat Yai). 763 more words


How would you miss a backpacking trip even with a booked airline ticket and a passport on hand?

There are times when you think that you’ve prepared well for something. But then just overlooking a small detail can turn your planned trip into an annoying, frustrating, emotional, cursing, embarrassing, and we-will-look-back-and-laugh event of your travels.  1,008 more words


What Wat? Wat Bpaak Naam, Hat Yai, Southern Thailand

An occasional look at Wats and other places of worship within the region.

 Its official name is Wat Mongkol Taypaaraam, but the locals call it Wat Bpaak Naam. 135 more words


Egzotyczne wyspy dalekiego południa Tajlandii

Egzotyka, białe plaże, lazurowe morze, rafy koralowe, zielona dżungla z pytonami, kobrami i waranami. To wszystko można znaleźć na dalekim południu Tajlandii, gdzie buddyści przemieszani są muzułmańskimi Malajami, a do Malezji jest rzut beretem. 2,384 more words

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