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An average street in Chiang Mai, Thailand

The Differences in a Street in Thailand and Britain

The low drone of traffic from the high street near our room is temporarily drowned out by the furious revving of a presumably soon-to-be fully repaired motorbike. The repair shop was just opposite us and while this is a mixed residential and commercial area, this sort of noise pollution just wouldn’t happen at home.Read More
Cookery lessons at Khum Lanna, in northern Thailand

Soft Adventure in Northern Thailand: Khum Lanna

I’m writing this piece in the sticks in Ireland - surrounded by fields, without a wifi connection and bloody miles from the nearest shop. In some ways it reminds me of Lisu Lodge where we spent the first night on our three day/two night Lisu Lodge and Khum Lanna Soft Adventure tour. The big difference between here and there – apart from the temperature and number of massages on offer – is at the lodge we had transport. Read More
Bad Food Photography

Our Foodie Man in…Sabaidee Santiham, Chiang Mai

Photographing food... really badly.Read More
Whitewater rafting in Thailand

Soft Adventure in Northern Thailand: Lisu Lodge

When we met up with my sister in Chiang Mai and she told us all the things she had done and was going to do in Thailand, Deirdre and I looked at each other and realised we had done sod all here. Read More
Bad Food Photography

Our Foodie Man in… Taiwan Restaurant, Chiang Mai

Photographing food... really badly.Read More
Bad Food Photography

Our Foodie Man in… Khun Su, Chiang Mai

Photographing food... really badly.Read More
Bad Food Photography

Our Foodie Man in… Street Pizza, Chiang Mai

Photographing food... really badly.Read More
Diana Edelman of the Save Elephant Foundation

WorldWideWorker: Diana Edelman, PR and Social Media for Save Elephant Foundation, in Thailand

Currently resident in Chiang Mai, Diana Edelman has for the past year helped raise awareness about the plight of Asian elephants as the PR and social media coordinator for Save Elephant Foundation. She also writes for her own site, d travels 'round, and supports herself with freelance travel writing jobs.Read More
Chiang Mai to Mae Sai Visa Run

Six Minutes in Burma: A Quick Guide to the Chiang Mai to Mae Sai Visa Run

For long term travellers deciding to make Chiang Mai their temporary home the northern Thai border town of Mae Sai will become a familiar place. Many expats living in the north of Thailand will visit there two or three times a year; crossing the bridge and stepping a hundred metres over the border into Myanmar to renew their two plus one month visas.Read More
De Lanna Hotel, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Review: De Lanna Hotel, Chiang Mai

Whether we have a good stay or a bad stay at a hotel, there will be opposing emotions when it comes to arriving and leaving. Hate the place and disappointment will reign on first walking through the door and relief when it comes time to go. Like the place and the opposite will be true.Read More