Archive for April, 2015
A Great Northern Thailand Itinerary Posted by sasha on Apr 28, 2015
Although Thailand is mostly known for sun and sand on the islands or debauchery in Bangkok, the northern part of the country has a lot to offer – motorbike trips, jungle trekking, stunning temples, massive caves and waterfalls, elephant sanctuaries, ruins of ancient capitals, and so much more. Go-go bars and Full Moon parties are…
Beginner Thai: Possessive Pronouns & Adjectives Posted by sasha on Apr 22, 2015
Build your Thai skills with this video that teaches possessive pronouns and adjectives. Follow along with Thai & English subtitles plus the Romanization of Thai letters to aid your pronunciation.
Celebrating Songkran on Koh Pha Ngan Posted by sasha on Apr 15, 2015
The third and final day of the Songkran Festival (Thai New Year) is a huge water fight. Load up your squirt guns and get ready to get soaked and have a great time in the process. Check out some highlights from the festival on the island of Koh Pha Ngan.
Jungle Party + Full Moon + Songkran = One Crazy Week Posted by sasha on Apr 14, 2015
During our month-long trip from Bangkok through the south of Thailand, we just so happened to end up on Koh Pha-Ngan on a week that was full of parties – the now defunct Jungle Party, infamous Full Moon Party, and the Thai festival of Songkran. One thing was clear – sleep and sobriety were going…
Highlights of Northern Thailand Posted by sasha on Apr 6, 2015
While Thailand may be most famous for its islands and the madness of Bangkok, there’s a lot to see and do in the north. Visit the Heaven & Hell of architecture, trek to remote villages, make friends with elephants, tackle the 1,864 curves of a motorbike loop, and so much more.