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Pai Thailand : The less known Mountain Gem

Pai is a city that I never thought I would really want to go to because it’s out of the way and not really something that I’ve heard much advertisement about here in Thailand. But my wife and family decided they wanted to go on vacation so we planned it out and we went and […]

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My Thai marriage visa run

Getting a marriage Visa So last time that I made it down to the Thai consulate in Vientiane, Laos, it didn’t go so well. But today I am happy to report this time around I did not go for my tourist visa but instead went for my marriage visa as it is called unofficially, it […]

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Translation Service Providers Chiang Mai

When you need help  So when I went to get married, I had to do the run around in Chiang Mai, to get stuff translated. Well to make life a little easier for you, here is a sheet direct from the US Consulate here in Chiang Mai with the trusted services they direct people to. […]

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Wanderlust: Getting married in Thailand – part 2

The unspoken requirements I’ve been off the radar for almost a month now so it’s taken me a while to get come back and write this. When the wife brings home a 2-month-old kitten, you tend to exert all your energy into making sure that two-month old kitten doesn’t get run over by a car […]

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Planning your trip to Pattaya

Are you heading to the gorgeous coastal city of Pattaya? If you are, you are in for a grand treat. Pattaya is known for being one of the best places to visit when traveling around Thailand. Not only is the city lively and fun, but some of the best beaches in Asia are located in […]

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Wanderlust: Getting married in Thailand – part 1

Taking the plunge As anyone who travels no you don’t expect to get married but after three years here as of tomorrow and almost 3 years with my Thai girlfriend, you eventually come to the conclusion that if you want to stay in the country and you love the person that you need to get […]

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TRAVELING ON A NOODLE BUDGET

To truly travel like I do you need a small but their budget 500 to 1,000 US a month. I usually when I am going to a new country far-flung I book the airfare 3 to 6 months in advance. You will save lots of money this way. Hostels are another way to save money, […]

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IS VIOLENCE IN THE WORLD NEW NORMAL?

SE Asia Media  Having lived here in SE Asia and for more than a year now in Thailand, it almost seems like you get desensitized to the level of gore that is displayed around here. With the shooting and the violence back in the United States this morning, it reminded me of the things that […]

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MAESA ELEPHANT CAMP

ELEPHANT CAMP Our trip to the Maesa elephant camp in Chiang Mai began early in the morning. We heading from our home to the airport to get a red truck. These are parked next to the University of Chiang Mai and head to many places. Was about a 1 hr ride in a packed truck […]

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ENTREPRENEURS FAVORITE CITIES

TRAVELLING ENTREPRENEURS Choice empowers people and makes for a more content workforce. One day offices will be a thing of the past. – Richard Branson There is no doubt that the words of the most successful remote professional are the truth. Being a digital nomad is the lifestyle of the present and many people have […]

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