A Very Unique Lanna Experience!!! Traveling to Chiang Mai, I wanted to do two main things: to do a cooking class and see the elephants. The stacks of flyers for both at the hostels were overwhelming, to say the least. I grew up cooking and I still cook a lot so I wanted something as … Continue reading TakeMeTour, Leave as Family
Hanoi, Hoi An and Da Nang It feels strange to write a blog post back home, after my trip has ended. But I want to fill in the legs of our trip I haven’t written about yet, in Northern and Central Vietnam and later the Thai islands Koh Lanta and Koh Phi Phi. And mostly, … Continue reading Dammmmmn Da Nang (Hanoi and Hoi An)
Myanmar (Burma): Different, Not Same Same Finally, a new blog post! It was challenging to write in Myanmar with the very slow, or non-existent Wifi. Daniel and I are now in Central Vietnam for the remainder of my trip. I skipped over and plan to write a later post about the Thailand islands, but felt … Continue reading Myanmar Different, Not Same Same
Floating Market in Vietnam It’s nice to have a rare free moment to catch up on blog posts. This is our first day since I wrote last without any traveling. Since my last post, we traveled from Saigon to Can Tho, a city on the bank of the Hau River in the Mekong Delta, to … Continue reading Can Tho and Off to Cambodia
This Is Nam I am writing my first traveling blog post from our airbnb in Saigon, on the third morning of our trip. Jet lag hasn’t been too bad but I still wake up early. This seemed like a good time to write about what stood out from the first several days. Getting here went … Continue reading This is Nam
Ubud was amazing!! On our first day there we had Mexican food, surprisingly it was actually very good, of course we had a margarita as well. Despite the Mexican food I felt like I really was in Bali. Katie had been there before so she had a hotel close to the heart of town. Ubud … Continue reading Amazing Ubud!
First Two Days in Bali Photos and story by Daniel Dreifuss After my long layover in Hong Kong, I was excited to finally get to Bali. I boarded the four-hour flight from Hong Kong to Denpasar with ease, excitement and a feeling of relief that I was almost there. I enjoyed the movie Concussion on … Continue reading Scooters Rule