Tag: thailand

  • Best DIY writing retreat destinations

    Best DIY writing retreat destinations

    Despite the fact that writing is a solitary act, most writing retreats charge hundreds of dollars to bring you together with a bunch of other writers and inundate you with workshops and talks about the writing and publishing industry. If you’re just looking for a quiet place to sit and write, you’re largely on your…

  • Who do you become when you travel somewhere?

    Who do you become when you travel somewhere?

    “If you wake up at a different time in a different place, could you wake up as a different person?” I think about this quote every time I fly. I often wonder who I’m going to be when I land somewhere new. Because without fail, I’m always a slightly different person in a different place.…

  • 5 most ridiculous ways to live it up in Koh Samui

    5 most ridiculous ways to live it up in Koh Samui

    This content is sponsored. Thailand is a well-known destination for welcoming tourists of all types. From high end luxury travelers to backpackers this country seems to be able to find a way to welcome them all in. If you have ever wanted to go off and experience a taste of luxury Thailand is a top…

  • Travel for food

    Travel for food

    When most people plan a vacation somewhere, they think about what there is to do or see there. But there are some places that are worth visiting simply because of what there is to eat there. Why it’s worth it to travel for food One of the best ways to experience culture is to eat…

  • James Bond Island day trip from Phuket

    James Bond Island day trip from Phuket

    I haven’t tried to hide the fact that I thought Phuket (particularly Patong Beach) was awful. But nonetheless, I was glad to go to Phuket, if nothing else so I could leave it. After a week in Thailand and endless recommendations from other tourists and locals alike, we knew that we couldn’t leave Phuket without…

  • Flying domestically in Thailand

    Flying domestically in Thailand

    I had always been told that getting around Thailand was really simple because they have a great system of trains in place. Train travel is safe, efficient, and comfortable. Based on the city trains in Bangkok, I’m sure that’s true. But what I didn’t imagine was that train travel would take so long. Flying domestically…