Part One of my Phuket post was all about the softer more relaxing side of Phuket . If you haven’t already, I would encourage you to read that portion entitled Finding Peace in Phuket. This portion of my Phuket blog, Perusing Phuket, will be dedicated to island hopping and night life which let’s be honest, that’s what you came here for, right? Without further ado, here are the details about our time living it up in Phuket.
More often than not, when someone mentions Thailand, Bangkok and Phuket are some of the first locations that come to mind. For those looking to relax, lay by the beach, and potentially party, Phuket is the place for you. This portion of my Phuket blog will be dedicated to the relaxation part of our time in Phuket. This particular blog will be split into two portions to over our full experience. As always you can catch the full experience on Ryan’s Youtube channel. The video can also be found here on my blog. Continue reading “Finding Peace in Phuket”
There were so many things that I absolutely had to do while in Chiang Mai. One of the many was visit an elephant camp. There are several of these throughout Thailand. The elephants who are cared for on these properties are often either unwanted, abused, or abandoned. Places like the Happy Elephant Home, where we visited, are known to give various tours in which you can spend a portion or a full day with the elephants and assist in caring for them. These elephants are truly cared for a loved. Continue reading “Happy Hearts, Happy Elephants”
The Lantern Festival, also known as Yee Peng, has long been a Bucket List item of mine. I had been to Thailand as a child with my mother, but we had only made it to Bangkok and I didn’t have to many memories that I could recall and retell. Ryan had also been dying to see Thailand for himself which meant that a trip to Thailand was inevitable. As I scoured Pinterest to figure out the perfect time to visit Thailand, I came across several mentions of Yee Peng which is one of the biggest celebrations is held in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Luckily, we had ample time to plan and we decided that we would venture off to Thailand for Yee Peng that November (2016).