I am not a churchgoer at home. You won’t catch me putting on my Sunday clothes to attend mass or preparing incense and candles for the living or dead. But as soon as I go beyond the border, I will go to any church, temple or wat and instantly become the most uptight devotee that
I’ve always wondered how a Cat Cafe works and luck has it, we stumbled upon such a place while visiting the north of Thailand. It was great experience, a clean space, no cat wee smell and just loads of sun bathing lazy cats.
Sometimes, no matter how much you read ahead about a city, the most interesting places can surprise you, appear in your way, like an exotic legend you just happen to fall into. How else would I be able to explain the Silver Temple of Chiang Mai?
During the 3 weeks we spent in Thailand in December 2016 we used the app Expenses Manager to keep track of the money in our pocket. The app is very useful if you need to know how much cash you have on you, for quick exchange rates and for keeping track of your daily budget.
If you are flying from other Thai cities to Bangkok, chances are you will land in the smaller airport, Don Mueang international Airport. From there, if you are heading to the city centre or Khaosan Road, you have three options.
My way of getting back to Cambodia without going too far away from home is to fire up the wok with some fresh ingredients, just how a lady once tough me.
A trip of a lifetime among the smiling faces and warm hearts of the Vietnamese people.
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There are three stages in getting to know Vietnam. The first one started when I got off the airport taxi, in downtown Saigon(Ho Chi Min City) at 2 in the morning.
Shanghai is a town of many faces. You need an open mind and lots of patience to see the charm of this place but once it hits, you’ll want more!