Do you love cats? We have the purrrfect thing for you to do in Chiang Mai. Visit a cat cafe!
When we did the Monk Chat, we found out that they provide a Chiang Mai Meditation Retreat Workshop. It sounded interesting, so it was decided that our son and I would the ones who would be learning to meditate.
To our surprise, this was far more than just a river cruise. We also learned a great deal about the history and traditions of Chiang Mai, as well as a little about nature. We would like to thank Scorpion Tailed River Cruise for hosting us and all opinions within are our own.
It is time to talk money people! I know this is what you have been waiting for, because people are actually contacting us and asking. Of course we always share it all with you and that includes exactly what we are spending. I haven’t done a budget post since leaving Spain, as I have been
Since we’ve been in Thailand, the kids have been very curious about all of the monks we see around town. They are full of great questions, questions for which we really didn’t know the answers. Of course we would often refer to our friend Google for many of them, but they wanted more. I knew
There are no shortage of markets in Chiang Mai, but I do have a favorite. I just love the Sunday Night Market near Tha Phae Gate.
Did you know you can make paper from Elephant Poo Poo? Well you can! If you are in Chiang Mai with kids, this is a fun afternoon. Look they have Free WiFi too!
When planning our year of nomadic life in Southeast Asia, we knew we would want a couple of locations to stop for a few months. At least we know our limits and style of travel and realize that we don’t do well when we move fast or nonstop. We preselected 2 locations to spend 3-4
Nestled in the lush jungle, just 50 meters across a suspended bridge from the road, you will find an oasis like no other. Only one hour out of Chiang Mai, you will find the affordable family friendly Eco Resort, Chia Lai Orchid. But this is far more than just a resort, there is a story