A tip from a friend of ours led us north of Chiang Mai to the little town of Pai. It’s tucked away in the mountains along a very winding road, one with about 762 switchbacks! Pai is a peaceful haven of cute cafes, stunning scenery and boutique shops. It’s a place full of expats and hippies, but with enough soul
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Wow, almost a month since I last blogged and so much has happened! For personal reasons, we’ve had to come back to the UK and put our travels on a temporary hiatus (nope, I’m not pregnant). BUT I still have so many photos and videos to share from our time in Thailand, and we are still
It’s taken me a long time to write this – it’s so difficult trying to sum up these two days into one blog! But one thing I can say, is that I feel very privileged to have had this experience, and it’s one I think anyone should be able to do at least once in their life.
After the fun of Bangkok, we took the overnight train to Chiang Mai – a 14 hour journey that rumbles through the interior of Thailand, past mountains and through jungle. We’ve spent time exploring Chiang Mai, with it’s leafy streets and laid back vibe. What a place!
We have arrived in Bangkok – a city of bright lights, the smell of garlic and seafood, and the noise of motorbikes. Unfortunately on our first day, Ben had to have root canal after an abscess developed on his gum – not fun! So instead we celebrated his actual birthday a couple of days later, and I planned