Thailand, TRAVELS

Railay again- third time

So my third time to Railay in as many years, running out of things to blog about this place but my love for this little place will always grow. Changes abound though, last year I stayed in Tonsai beach , this year the beachfront huts and restaurants on Tonsai beach is all gone! Razed for […]

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Rock Climbing, Thailand, TRAVELS

Railey & Tonsai, Krabi, Thailand

Happy Chinese New Year! As it was a four day holiday in HK, we       naturally did not stay in the city. Instead we flew to my favorite place in Thailand, which is Railey, Krabi for several days of climbing in paradise. I went to the same place during my one month long […]

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Thailand, TRAVELS

Chiang Rai, Myanmar and trekking

Our last bit of travels in Thailand, D and I went further north to Chiang Rai. As D entry stamp into Thailand was about to expire we took a day trip to Myanmar at the border town of Tachilek. Tachilek was uneventful and reminded me of mainland china selling knock off goods , I did […]

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Rock Climbing, Thailand, TRAVELS

Chiang Mai

Another 5 hour bus ride from Sukhothai and we arrive at Chiang Mai. Chiang Mai is quite cool compared to down south, at night and in the mornings I feel a need to wear long sleeves. You even see the locals bundled up in down jackets, scarves and knitted hats! As we arrived in the […]

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Thailand, TRAVELS

 Sukhothai

Sukhothai was the Siam capital prior to Ayutthaya back in the 14th century. Along with Ayutthaya it is also a UNESCO site. After a 6.5 hour bus ride we arrived at Sukhothai. We grabbed a bike from our guesthouse and biked to watch the sunset, yet again. While biking at night we discovered there was […]

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Thailand, TRAVELS

Ayutthaya

After Bangkok we headed to Ayutthaya. Ayutthaya was the capital of Siam prior to Bangkok; sadly it was sacked by the Burmese in the mid 1700s. There are two ways to Ayutthaya, bus and train. Since we were closer to the train station, we decided to take the train instead even though we had been […]

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