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.
Lunar New Years 2017
Missed buses, lost credit cards and alcohol abuse.. with some snowboarding. This sums up my Lunar New Years. The Lunar New Year’s is celebrated by many countries in Asia and falls between January 21th and February 20th. The date differs every year and marks the beginning of the new year on the Gregorian Calendar.
Traditionally it’s spent with family and watching fireworks thought I opted for a bit more debaucherous version. Since the holiday allowed me a few extra days off work, I decided to join a tour group that was heading up to the north eastern part of the country to one of the bigger mountains for a snowboarding trip.