On our trip to Thailand, we got to spend a day in Bangkok. It was short, but we packed as much as we could into that time. Here is a photo journal of our day there. To read about the adventures of where we went, click over to Petit Elefant!
We returned a week ago from an amazing family holiday in Thailand. Jeremy and I were in this fabulous country 15 years ago, and although, there was some familiarity and memories that rushed back to us, experiencing it with family that we hadn’t seen in 3 1/2 years was the true highlight.
We started our journey in Koh Chang, an island accessible by a 30 minute ferry ride. It was rainy season on the island which meant crowds were low which meant beaches were perfect. Our days were spent lounging by the water, snorkeling, checking out waterfalls, and eating…lots and lots of eating. (Click over to Petit Elefant to read the specifics on our Koh Chang activities.)
Admittedly, I’m not a water person, so the soft beach sand, warm sun, and a good book were every bit of relaxing to me. The snorkeling was fun, although I did get a bit banged up when I hit some rock or coral, not sure what it was.
This was only half our trip. I have LOADS more photos to share. Stay tuned!
Now you might think you’ve had the best pizza on Earth, but if you’ve never tried a pie in New Haven, Connecticut, then I’m skeptical that your assertion is true. I’m over at Petit Elefant sharing my top New Haven pizza dives. If that doesn’t pique your interest, then perhaps my recipe for mashed potato pizza will?
What’s your favorite pizza toppings?
I’ve traveled internationally so many times that packing for such a trip has become second nature. I realize, though, for some, the thought of what to pack and what to remember might be a bit daunting. I’ve got you covered over at Petit Elefant with an international travel checklist. I hope this guide will help you the next time you set out on a grand adventure far, far away!