In the week that me, Carrie, Paul and Jon all spent in Bali, we did and saw much more than I could write about in a narrative. However they are still worth noting, so as with Hawaii, Kuala Lumpur, and Bangkok, I’m compiling a top 5 list of things to do if you every find yourself … More 5 Awesome Things to do in Bali
We are staying in Bedugul in Bali and the morning sun bounces off the mist that seems to sporadically carpet the fields and forests. The view from the the upstairs dining room is beautiful, with spots of gold and green. Breakfast is pretty basic and I’m excited to try this famous locally grown and made … More Bedugul Part 2 – Should we Abandon this Scooter?
Southern Bali is beautiful there is no doubt about it. Between the Kuta/Legian region and Ubud/surrounding areas, there is plenty for you to see, taste and do. The sights are unquestionably beautiful and unique. However, because of its ease of accessibility, you could easily get lost within the hustle and bustle of the tourist crowd. … More Bedugul Part 1 – The Balinese Highlands
Jon, Paul and I arrive in Chiang Mai via bus and take a tuktuk to our hostel, Aoi Garden, where the owner Aoi, a nice Thai lady with well spoken English greets us warmly. The accommodations here are very affordable (think $7CAD/day or something), but basic. Rooms only have 4 beds which is nice but … More Old Chiang Mai, Meet New Chiang Mai!
The kingdom of Siam went through a number of capitals over their history. Sukhothai was the dominant power during the 13th century following the fall of Ayutthaya (also accessible by train from Bangkok). I wanted to come here because it was a great stopover on the way to Chiang Mai, but also because this was … More Exploring the Ruins of Sukhothai