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Burps That Hurt – Street Food in Chiang Mai

The eating habits of Thai people are very different from what we are used to. Here, people eat 6 or 7 times a day – eating a lot of small meals, instead of the 3 food-loading sessions a day. That’s why food can be found on just about every street. There are even food outlets […]

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Ten Things To Love (or Hate) About Bangkok

No, seriously.  711’s are everywhere in Thailand, and you can barely walk a block in the capital without bumping into one. And they sell everything!!! Beer, spirits, hot dogs and burgers, a baffling array of yakult and so many random asians snack you will freak out – all of life’s necessities in one fluorescently lit […]

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Bangkok: The Khao San Road Experience

For a long time now, Khao San road has been the backpacker hangout in Bangkok – a short street packed with bars, massage parlours and street vendors, where you can buy a fake driver license, get a tattoo, and have a massage while drinking cocktails of rum and red bull from buckets (really, buckets). We […]

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Paradise on a Budget: Cheap Island Adventures in Thailand

When I read travel blogs, I always want to know ‘how much do things actually cost?’. But usually its really hard to find out. So, if you are planning to travel to the islands in Southern Thailand, I hope this is useful. The islands of Krabi and Trang province are probably the most expensive destinations […]

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Singapore, You Bland Bastard

After Asha’s 3 week head start, I (I being Ryan) finally left Australia on January 31st.  To kick off our trip together, Asha and I spent four days hanging around Singapore.  We stayed with Asha’s dad Big Al, Gelay and Gabby – lazing by the pool, interrupting Al’s daytime ‘Rome: Total Warfare’ sessions, riding around […]

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