Do I need travel insurance?
Travel is a beautiful experience. I love exploring new places and drinking in new cultures. Despite how enriching it is, less than desirable events can occur. I should know.
Over the years I’ve had many very positive experiences. But I’ve had a few sour ones. Namely, I broke my ankle while in South Korea. And my phone was stolen in Cambodia. I’ve also had flights delayed and some baggage mishaps.
Half of these events, more than likely, could have been avoiding by not drinking to be honest. But hey, that’s something we will never know. Jokes aside, life happens and it sucks. You can’t always avoid the bad events, but you can prepare yourself so that if they do happen, you limit your loss.
Visiting Siem Reap, Cambodia
After saying goodbye to Koh Tao, I jumped on a mix of buses and ferries to get back up to Bangkok so I could cross the border into Cambodia. Before coming out this way I figured – ignorantly – that all the countries would be fairly similar and there was just different things to do in each. How wrong I would be.
Bus from Thailand to Cambodia
After about 3 weeks around Thailand it’s time to keep moving and move on to the next country of interest; Cambodia.
Considerably cheaper to live, much more poverty, but a country rich with beautiful temples and also a horrendous past.
The Best Islands in Thailand
It’s been a wild ride these past few weeks visiting some islands in Thailand exploring a few of the more known islands. There’s so many islands down here that one would need a helluva lot more time and money than I have at my disposal to experience them all. Here’s a little review of the main ones that I visited and some stuff you can get up to yourself as well while exploring islands in Thailand.
Things to see in Thailand
One week down in Thailand. Thus far I’ve almost drunken myself sick, and explored way less than expected in Bangkok. Learned some lessons of the road, and avoided death or injury on a scooter while exploring Chiang Mai.
Here is week one’s overview and some tips.