The #Take12Trips Challenge… 2015 Edition

The #Take12Trips Challenge… 2015 Edition

If you’ve been a regular reader of the blog over the years, you would know that I’ve been on a bit of a personal quest… a way for me to try and travel as much as possible; to see as much of the world as I can!

Read: I Pledge to #Take12Trips in 2014

But with a full-time job and VERY limited vacation time, it isn’t always easy, I can tell you that!

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NEVER AGAIN… Lessons (I Hope) travel has taught me

NEVER AGAIN… Lessons (I Hope) travel has taught me

When I first read this topic for a monthly travel blogger’s link-up on my dear virtual friend Shikha’s blog, I couldn’t wait to write out my own entry. What a superb topic, I thought!

We’ve all had them. Those experiences which smack us with disappointment while they are happening, but end up teaching us important lessons for trips to come. The ones which make us stronger, maybe just a little bit wiser!

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What I Ate in Thailand: A Photo Essay

What can I say about the food in Thailand that hasn’t already been said a million times over?
Other than the fact that I could eat local Thai Food all day, every day, for the rest of my days.

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There’s so much more to Krabi than the Sun, the Sand, and the Sea…!

It was a bright and sunny morning. A cool breeze beckoned, the water was a brilliant blue.
It was the perfect day to laze on the beach, the wind in our hair and the sand at our feet.
But when we boarded the minivan, it wasn’t the Beach we were heading to.

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Island Hopping off the west coast of Thailand (Part 2)

With some of the islands closer to the shore checked off the list on Day 1, it was time to head further out to sea. Day 2 was all about the Phi Phi Islands.

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Island Hopping off the west coast of Thailand (Part 1)

After two days in Bangkok, strolling along the Sois, sightseeing around the city, and coursing through the crowds, I couldn’t wait to get to the coast. The second part of our holiday was devoted to the Sun, the Sand, and the Sea!

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Bangkok Temple Run

The first few things that come to mind when you think of Bangkok are the food, the shopping and the night life. But trust me, there’s plenty of sightseeing to be done as well.

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One in Sixteen Million

In June 2013, Mastercard’s Global Destination Cities Index declared that Bangkok would be the most visited city on Earth in 2013; beating London, Paris and New York, with 15.98 million visitors expected this year.

I am, in fact, one of those 16 million.

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