Yesterday, DH decided to go out and get a bag of chips. I debated giving him some money to get me a bag - these are small bags, not the 5 serving size - more like a 2 serving size, but that's 300 calories of a little carb, a lotta fat, and a wh... Read more
We went to a jazz festival tonight, and we're still having fun in Krabi.
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And I've rethought my views on the universality of human values.... Read more
Mystery of the statues in Krabi solved:
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And I'm not adding my teaser photo here, because if you're drinking something you'll spit it out all ov... Read more
We went to the beach a few days ago - gorgeous! (And I stayed out of the water to get my toes to heal.)
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And I think I should run for Miss Krabi - wha... Read more
Yes, I have jungle rot on my toes. Or some weird tropical fungus that got infected. Yes, it's gross. Yes, wearing bandages to keep things clean isn't fun. But it can be (and is being) treated, though I won't be able to dive this week.
S... Read more
It was quite a day! Went to the floating market, which is amazing, gorgeous, crazy, and sort of like bumper boats.
Then we went to an elephant village and I rode an elephant!
Whole story here:
DH took me out for a Valentine's Day lunch - but since he was taking me, he got to pick the restaurant.
We ended up at his new fave, a neighbourhood spot with burgers. He's a burger man.
They had a crazy Valentine's special with a hea... Read more
DH grabbed my dad's hat as we were leaving the states, to take on our travels with us. Hat fits him well. So we've started taking the hat around and photographing it in country-specific locations.
So here's the hat in Bangkok.
Some people in the town of Bellingham, WA have suggested naming a beach for our dad - here's the link:
Park naming website:
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I've finished updating the travel blog - flying from Chiang Mai to Bangkok:
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And the current political situation, as well as getting ready for th... Read more
We went on a tour, and went to Laos (via a cruise on the Mekong River) - also saw the Myanmar border.
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And my fave photo,... Read more
I've blogged our way through Chiang Mai, and there are several days' worth if you're a travel junkie.
Too many photos to share, but just a few of my faves from yesterday:
Lots of photos, some stories, and more to come as I finally have time to summarize a week of touring temples and Buddhas and palaces!
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Just a taste o... Read more
I had to act like a chicken to be sure that's what this was - the photo in the menu was ambiguous. So I really did fold up my "wings" and say "bluck bluck bluck" and the waitress agreed this was "tsicken." (The restaurant guest on the other si... Read more
I know, it was a short break. But, well, while I'm still a bit down, I'm feeling better.
And I posted a new blog, so here it is. Complete with a Balinese Santa, he makes me laugh.
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