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Bodypaint, Buckets of Booze, and 30,000 travelers! Koh Phangan’s full moon party in Thailand is madness. This NEW guide teaches you all you need to know.
5 Things to do on Koh Samui (New 2020) Are you looking for the best things to do in Koh Samui? Maybe you just want an exotic Thai island vacation to break up those long cold winter nights? How about a chance to explore a tropical jungle, bathe beneath a waterfall, or dive below the
Backpacking Thailand Backpacking Thailand is at the top of the list for most people backpacking asia for a few reasons. First, is the fun and playful people, the spicy, yet, tasty food, the pristine beaches on islands like Koh Lipe, the never ending nightlife, the cheap price of backpacking Thailand, and its thick jungles and forest Second is
What you need to know What you need to know What you need to know “Pain?” the monk asked as the bamboo needle repeatedly pierced my flesh and my Sak Yant begun to take shape. “No…. No, keep going, I am strong” I replied, knowing the only word of English he would understand was strong. “Yes…. Now
Cost of Living In Thailand: Tremendous Truth People Should Know [et_social_follow icon_style=”simple” icon_shape=”rectangle” icons_location=”top” col_number=”4″ counts=”true” counts_num=”0″ total=”true” spacing=”true” outer_color=”light” network_names=”true”] Cost of Living in Thailand varies on which part of the country you choose as your home. In the last few years, I have lived in both, southern Thailand, surrounded by the picturesque beaches,
How Yee Ping Makes Your Travels Better [et_social_follow icon_style=”simple” icon_shape=”rectangle” icons_location=”top” col_number=”4″ counts=”true” counts_num=”0″ total=”true” spacing=”true” outer_color=”light” network_names=”true”] Yee Peng, (Yi Peng) just outside Chiang Mai, engulfs your senses in a dreamesque state. Thousands of glowing lanterns drown out the darkness covering the entire temple grounds in a fiery glow. The crowds hold their lanterns
When traveling the world we sometimes get carried away in hostel/hotel culture, it is an easy mistake to make. Yes, it’s an exciting rush to make friends and party with the people from all corners of the globe. However, backpackers tend to forget about meeting the locals of the country you are exploring. For example,
One of the best diving experiences I’ve had was in the famed Similan Islands off of Thailand’s coast. I arrived in Koa Lak after a 16 hour bus ride that was supposed to only last 11. As you can imagine, I stumbled off the bus exhausted. My first order of business was to zig-zag across
What you need to know What you need to know What you need to know This week I hit a life milestone. I transitioned out of my 20’s and into my 30’s. In the past, the thought of turning 30 was always followed by a flop sweat, yelling at the top of my lungs, and a mild
Water isn’t my thing, which you might already know, but over the last year, water and I have come to a fragile arrangement. I’ll keep my cool, no pun intended, in the water as long as water agrees to not chuck huge waves of itself in my face. After all what kind of Adventure Travel
Deep has been one of my biggest fears for my entire life. I’m okay on boats, both big and small, but push me off into the water and though I might act manly, * Cough* and act like everything is fine, * Cough Cough*, I assure you, that inside I am freaking out. It’s not