Bo Sang Village – Saa Paper Umbrella Making Chiang Mai

Who doesn’t love something colorful and handcrafted?  Well, just about 9 km outside of Chiang Mai, on San Kamphaeng Road is “the handicraft highway”.  Here you can find many handicrafts.  We were seeking out the umbrellas, but you can also find silk, weaving, silverware & gem factories and showrooms.  Thanks to our fellow traveling friends, the Ullan Family’s recommendation, we set out to see how Saa Paper Umbrellas were made.Just outside of Chiang Mai Thailand is the hadicraft highway. Let us take you on a visit to Bo Sang Village - Saa Paper Umbrella Making. Read more on WagonersAbroad.com

 

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You Must Have A Private Cellar Tour In Champagne France!

After spending a fantastic week on a houseboat in Amsterdam, we decided to change not just the city in which we would stay, but the country.  That is one of the great things about Europe.  Everything is so much “closer”.

Vineyards in the distance

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Who Cut The Cheese? Parmigiano-Reggiano To Be Exact

Here we are an American family of 4, living in Spain and exploring Italy!   We love Spain, but I must admit we love Italy too.  Especially the food!  As you know, Alan isn’t a big foodie, so you may have guessed, he doesn’t “get into” cheese.  It just so happens that I love cheese, well most of them anyway.   Continue reading

Where it’s Made – Ron Montero Rum Distillery

Bodega Ron MonteroWhat do we love most about being expats and living in Spain?  We love to explore the local culture!  Just 15 minutes from our home is the Bodega Montero (Ron Montero Rum Distillery).  The factory and cellar for Ron Pálido Rum!  While we aren’t huge hard alcohol drinkers, we thought it would be good to take the free tour. Continue reading