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And Now Onto Chopping: A Koh Tao Cooking Class for the Domestically Challenged thumbnail

It is safe to say that one of my primary motivations for living part-time in Thailand is the availability and affordability of meals that someone else other than myself has prepared. "Domestic disaster" doesn't seem to quite cover a past that has included the fire department being summoned during an attempt at boiling macaroni in the…

Bar Hopping and Boat Bopping: Another Weekend in Bangkok thumbnail

If you follow Alex in Wanderland on Facebook, you might have caught my announcement that I'm headed to Newfoundland to visit Ian's family -- so it's perfect timing to share this post about his family's visit to us in Thailand! Bangkok. Capital of Thailand, city of eight million people, and the gateway to Southeast Asia for…

Where to Eat in Winnipeg’s Exchange District thumbnail

Hey friends! I’m jumping out of my typical chronologically-based coverage to skip ahead and share my recent trip to Canada. We’ll be back to Thailand soon! Called Canada's "most overlooked food destination” by Air Canada, Winnipeg's food scene is having a moment. Much of it is happening in The Exchange District, home to the city's highest…

Only In The Peg! What To Do in Winnipeg thumbnail

Hey friends! I'm jumping out of my typical chronologically-based coverage to skip ahead and share my recent trip to Canada. We'll be back to Thailand soon! What do you know about Winnipeg? I admit, I haven't done more exploring of my neighbor to the north. Having only briefly visited Montreal and Toronto in the past, my…

Why Winnipeg? Taking the Pulse of Canada’s Heartbeat thumbnail

Hey friends! I'm jumping out of my typical chronologically-based coverage to skip ahead and share my recent trip to Canada. We'll be back to Thailand soon! “A great city is not to be confounded with a populous one” – Aristotle Wandering the streets of Winnipeg, I couldn’t shake the feeling that I’d been before. The truth…

The Great Escape: Months 55 and 56 Roundup thumbnail

Oh, my monthly roundups. They are so ridiculously out of sync with real time now that I recently considered axing the series, but I decided to play catch up instead — so brace yourself for a couple of these coming up! Apologies for the delay, but I suppose better is late than never. Home sweet Thailand…

The Complete Guide to Visiting Koh Yai National Park Independently thumbnail

Thailand is abundant with so many natural wonders I’d be hard pressed to pick a favorite, but this year I stumbled upon one that definitely lingers somewhere near the top. I traveled to Khao Yai National Park, as so many others do, in search of elephants. One of the largest wild populations in Thailand calls Khao…

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