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A look at how some live in Thailand

Millions of Thais live on less than $300 a month, and my friend Nan is no exception. Two weeks ago, I was privileged to visit her sister’s home in Phitsanulok, which was a very basic 2-story, with little furniture and few appliances. 464 more words

On a foodventure


Anyone who knows me, knows I love to eat my way through life. Kidding… kind of but actually though I shamelessly love food.

So it comes as no surprise that when my girlf announced that we were officially going to Thailand (because she booked the tickets after much of my deliberation over prices and times) I was already salivating at the thought of being reunited with all of the tantalising flavours and dishes that were awaiting us *drools*. 1,315 more words


Chiang My Happy Place

Let’s start with some low key visa stuff.

This is going to be very interesting. 

Well, basically when I came to Thailand in October I had what is called a non-immigrant B visa. 2,992 more words


There is a difference between tailors

I don’t do a lot of writing outside of this blog but occasionally I do have to put pen to paper (so to speak). This is a recent, somewhat basic, profile of a new advertiser: 635 more words

Friends Who Zumba Together Stay Together

I am absolutely appalled by my current blog situation. How have I not been keeping up. I am a disgrace.

Anyway. Let’s start with some news from the tiny town of Phrae. 807 more words


If you didn't stay at The Pingviman did you really flashpack though?

Hello frands!

This week I will be taking some time to talk about the beauty that is The Pingviman HotelBefore Beth and I went to Thailand, she had been looking at hotels to stay for a fancy romantic night in my absolute favourite city aka Chiang Mai, and stumbled across this gem. 752 more words