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Vicky and I had the good fortune to meet David from That Gay Backpacker in Luang Prabang.
We spent 63 days in Thailand. Here is a collection of our impressions, travel tips, and the cost break down. Schedule Bangkok 24 days We spent almost X days in Bangkok, spread over three different visits. My uncle lives in Bangkok so when we first…
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Meet Kyle & Jamie from A Couple Of Yuppies!
Struggling to travel and blog (on two sites) at the same time – read how we’re doing after nearly 8 months of travel!
We have a great interview from India expert – Shalu Sharma from ShaluSharma.com!
Sukhothai literally means “Dawn of Happiness.” Well, we were pretty happy to be there and rent a bike to explore some ancient ruins. They’re reasonably well preserved and compact, so you can do the whole thing in a few hours. There isn’t too much of a story here, so we’ll let the pictures speak for themselves. Enjoy!
Wonderful interview here with Flip from FlipNomad!
After a quick bus ride from Bangkok Vicky and I arrived in Kanchanaburi, where we decided to take a tour of the seven waterfalls at the beautiful Erawan National Park.
Surprise, surprise – Vicky was determined to see all seven waterfalls no matter how much walking it was or how little time we had. The park is really pleasant and despite a few Russian tour groups, not overly crowded. They all manage the litter very well, which is a plus in South East Asia.
After a little under a month in Burma Vicky and I gather our thoughts and write our Burma Wrap Up!