“The measure of a society can be how well its people treat its animals.” ~Mohandas Gandhi When I first began planning my trip to Thailand, one of the things I knew I wanted to do was see elephants. So I then began to research elephant parks. I then found Elephant Nature Park; a park
I love Thai food. I’ve been in Thailand for about a week now and one of the many things I wanted to do was go to a cooking class. I’ve never felt I was much of a cook as my extent of cooking comes to BBQ. But I was eager to learn some new skills!
It was my first day to explore the city of Bangkok and I decided I would head toward the Grand Palace first and see what the rave about this place was. I arrived at the palace at 8:00am. The doors opened at 8:30 am so I waited outside the entrance till they opened. It costs
I arrived in Bangkok …tired. No other way to put it. I started in Edmonton and then flew to Vancouver with a 5 hour layover. The night before I only got about 4 hours of sleep. I figured this would be fine as I would just sleep on the plane to China, then catch my
With the beginning of my trip only 2 days away, one of the many questions everyone’s asked me is what I’m bringing with me on my trip to South East Asia, for three months. I also love reading packing lists so here’s my list and we’ll see how much it changes as the trip goes
I have decided that I will be going on a trip to South-East Asia. I have done a little backpacking in the past, but not in Asia or in any country where English is not the prevalent language. But I am excited for this trip and want to make the most of it. I am not
“The core of mans’ spirit comes from new experiences.” — Chris McCandless I’ve always wanted to travel the world. If there were anything I could say I’m truly passionate about, I would give it to travel. I always dreamed of doing a RTW trip. The simple idea of living from only what you