Reclining Buddha in Wat Po Wat Phra Chetuphon (Wat Po) was founded in the 16th century. It is the oldest and biggest temple in the city. It also has the largest number of pagodas (95) in city. Wat Po was one of the first universities in Thailand. The university is best known for its […]
The circle is complete. We’re back in Asia’s City of Angels after being on the road for six weeks. It’s been a great trip, although part of me wishes we had more time to travel and the other part of me is so excited to get home I can barely stand the wait any longer. […]
Yesterday was a rough day. After getting home at 3:30 in the morning, and staying up to wash laundry until 4:30 am, I was especially cranky when I had to get up a few hours later to get the apartment cleaned, packed and ready to go. Despite nursing hangovers the size of Texas, John and […]
James Bond Island, Phang-Nga Bay, there’s no shortage of things to do in Phuket, Thailand.
Long-tail boats transport tourists through crystal clear waterways and offer the perfect venue for relaxing and enjoying the scenery. Thailand is one of those places that calls you back, year after year, which is exactly what I’ve done year after year. I just can’t get enough of this bewitching and beguiling country. My first journey to […]