Tag Archives: Thailand

Our Favorite Thai Beach


Railay Beach Thailand

We island hopped through Southern Thailand, but our favorite stretch of sun and sand was landlocked Railay Beach, located on a dramatically gorgeous peninsula cut off from the rest of the mainland by soaring limestone cliffs.

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Photo of the Day: Koh Lanta Sunset

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Cool Cats of Koh Lanta, Thailand

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Two nearly-identical white cats circled each other, hissing and growling. Facing off, until one conceded defeat and dashed around the corner of the bungalow. The victor jumped up to join Brian on a hammock swinging on the porch—or rather, to cuddle up with the human currently in residence at her abode.

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Thailand, Where Food is an Attraction

Never have we had an easier—or tastier—time feeding ourselves on the road than in Thailand.

I thought if there was one thing that would wear me down during four and a half months of hotel living in Southeast Asia, it would be finding food. The endless quest for breakfasts, lunches, and dinners in ever-changing environments can quickly lead to travel fatigue. We can’t eat like we’re on a perpetual vacation, both for our waistlines and our wallets.

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An Ethical Elephant Encounter in Thailand

Elephant Eye close up After landing in Bangkok for our first time ever we had a whole host of unanswered questions about how we’d spend the next four months traveling around South East Asia. One thing we knew for certain, though, was that we wouldn’t be riding any elephants. Read More…

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