As you know, Chiang Mai Thailand is our home base for the next few months and that means we don’t need to live in a hotel or guesthouse! We have a kitchen, and space to stretch out. We each have a backpack and a carry on, so we were unpacked in about 20 minutes! We […]
Guess what? Today I went to the fish spa and had a fish pedicure! Flashback to 2014: I have wanted to do this for just about 2 years or so. I first saw a fish spa in Barcelona, Spain. It was very expensive, so we never did it. Now that we are in Thailand, we
I just love learning about new cultures. This go around, I’ll cover something the Wagoners experience learning about Argentine culture. “Wait! Aren’t the Wagoners traveling around Thailand?! Shouldn’t you be talking about Thai culture?”
If you recall, prior to hopping on the train from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, we’d already spent over 10 hours traveling. Yes, that was already 10 long hours in heavy rains, on the shuttle, ferry, and bus, just to reach Bangkok from Koh Chang. We also didn’t have any luck with purchasing tickets in the sleeper
We shared with you our journey getting to Koh Chang from Bangkok and the return was pretty much the same process. The only difference was the weather!
As you know we spent one week in Bangkok Thailand. Of course since that was our first week in Thailand, we had to get used to the humidity, toilets and culture. Our son also stepped up to the plate and ate a scorpion on a stick; please check out the video! Following our time in Bangkok
Heading in to this adventure, while seemingly confident on the surface, underneath I was a little worried. Worried about how the family would acclimate to Thailand, the food, weather and culture.
When we first arrived in Thailand, we spent a week in Bangkok, a week in Koh Chang and then headed to Northern Thailand. Of course we took the overnight train from Bangkok to Chiang Mai and then spent a wonderful 3 1/2 months in Chiang Mai. We had a blast and even made a Chiang
We have been traveling for 2 1/2 years! We spent nearly 2 years with Southern Spain as a homebase and explored a bit of Western Europe. As of July 2014, it was on to see what Southeast Asia had in store for us. It was time for a nomadic life, the life of modern-day gypsies.