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The Great Escape: Month 70 + 71 Roundup thumbnail

Diving into roundups! Since I’m working my way through my black hole of content from September of 2016 to May of 2017, that means we’ve got roundups to catch up on as well. This post covers into May of 2017. Apologies for the delay, but I suppose better is late than never… right? And to answer the inevitable… Read more

The Wanderland Guide to Ayutthaya: The Perfect Two Day Itinerary thumbnail

Confused on where we are? I’m taking this moment while my travels are grounded to care for my mom to catch up on my black hole of un-blogged content. Here, I’m covering my time in Thailand in May of 2017. My apologies for any confusion with the timeline, and thanks for sticking with me. Sweet, historic little Ayutthaya is… Read more

Navigating and Chill on the Chao Phraya: A Night Aboard The Mekhala River Cruise thumbnail

Confused on where we are? I’m taking this moment while my travels are grounded to care for my mom to catch up on my black hole of un-blogged content. Here, I’m covering my time in Thailand in May of 2017. My apologies for any confusion with the timeline, and thanks for sticking with me. We hadn’t looked at a… Read more

Since I left home last June on my Great Escape, I’ve been doing monthly roundups of my adventures. As this blog is not just a resource for other travelers but also my own personal travel diary, I like to take some time to reflect on not just what I did, but how I felt. I also… Read more

I thought I might be templed-out after my morning of bicycling around the ruins of Ayutthaya, but in reality I found myself wanting more and signing up for a sunset boat cruise to see even more wats! During my day of biking I was able to hit all the highlights on the island that makes up… Read more

The Temples of Ayutthaya thumbnail

I told you all about how I got to Ayutthaya, but I didn’t really let on to why I stopped there. I went for the same reason that any traveler goes: for the temple hopping. Ayutthaya is one of Thailand’s former capitals and reportedly once one of the largest and most impressive cities in the world… Read more

My Solo Travels Begin

My solo travels began with a journey to Ayutthaya, a city a few hours north of Bangkok. On the day that my friends left Bangkok and I woke up alone, I wrote this post. Reading it now is almost painful because I remember how terrified I was. That probably seems ridiculous to a lot of people… Read more

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