jungle flight chiang mai Traveling 

Thailand Travel Tips for the North

I just received a question via facebook asking me about some cool travel spots in the North. Good question I thought and instead of replying on facebook I simply come up with this article (which I will send to the person who asked the question of course ;-) ). Let’s go. Traveling the North of Thailand. Chiang Mai. Chiang Mai is probably the most obivous choice – but that doesn’t come from nowhere. The “Rose of the North” got that name for a reason and you’re about to find out…

Read More
working, living, traveling thailand - teaching & online marketing Living Teaching Traveling 

3 Years In Thailand. Yearly Thailand Review

Another year, another review (2 year review). Once a year I’m reviewing my life, work and everything related that happened to me in the Land Of Smile. As always the review will be divided into Living, Traveling and Teaching/Working. Since I am nice (yes, really. sometimes) and realize that most people come here for the travel part, let’s start with that one. What have I done this past year, where have I been? To be quite frank, I didn’t see to many completely new places – that doesn’t mean I…

Read More
Living 

Suspended Coffee Bangkok, Pathum Thani, Rangsit, Nonthaburi – Thailand!

You might have heard of the suspended coffee idea before. If not, then here’s the short explanation: Suspended coffee: A coffee that you buy at a coffee shop or restaurant but don’t drink by yourself. That means you pay for a coffee but leave it for someone who can’t afford it and can ask for it another time. Example: You go to the coffee shop of your choice and order two coffees. One for you and one ‘suspended’. The cashier will note it down that you bought a suspended coffee…

Read More
backpacking thailand and loving it Traveling 

Thailand review by a backpacker newbie

My, then 17 year old little sister, came to Thailand for the first time ever. To become a backpacker. For the first time ever. Here is her experience.    Meanwhile more than one month ago, I visited my brother Sascha in Thailand. It was my first time in this country, so I experienced a lot of different and interesting stuff I’ve never seen before. I started my journey right after my prom night on July 5, starting at Frankfurt Airport, having a stop in Dubai and finally arriving in Bangkok.…

Read More
Your House 2 Chiang Mai Traveling 

Guesthouse Review: Your House 2 Guesthouse Chiang Mai

During another pretty cool stay in Chiang Mai I tested another budget guesthouse. I usually never spend much at ‘home’ when I’m in Chiang Mai so budget is the way to go – at least for me. This time I was there with my little sis so we went for a twin room. Here’s the review of Your House 2 Guesthouse Chiang Mai. Atmosphere: They’ve got 3 houses there. Your House 1, Your House 2, Your House 3. Your House 2 is by far the one that looks the most…

Read More
doi pha hom pok, chiang mai, thailand Featured Traveling 

Chiang Mai – New Year’s Party & Mountain Camping

After suffering from food poisoning during last year’s new year’s eve in Chiang Mai I decided to give it another try and celebrate the start of 2012 in one of Thailand’s most beautiful cities again. This time I took the bus from Udon Thani to Chiang Mai on Friday night. Usually it should be a 10 hours ride, however it turned out to take 13 hours thanks to some unconventional stops in the middle of the highway. The bus stood there for no apparent reason and simply didn’t move for…

Read More
jaidii house chiang mai Featured Traveling 

JaiDii House Chiang Mai

While celebrating New Year’s Eve and some camping action in Chiang Mai last week, I stayed in two different guesthouses. The second guesthouse I chose after coming back from the camping adventure was JaiDii House. This is a review. Location: Pretty cool again. Also right in the ‘hostel heart’ of Chiang Mai along the ‘Bar Road’ Moonmuang Road. In my opinion it is also the coolest street that goes off from Moonmuang Road, Soi 6, since it is next to the Somphet market. In contrary to the before discusses Mojito Guesthouse,…

Read More
mojito guesthouse chiang mai Featured Traveling 

Mojito Guesthouse Chiang Mai

While celebrating New Year’s Eve and some camping action in Chiang Mai last week, I stayed in two different guesthouses. The first one I chose for my night during New Year’s Eve was the Mojito Guesthouse. Here is a short review. Location: Pretty cool. Right in the ‘hostel heart’ of Chiang Mai along the ‘Bar Road’ Moonmuang Road. In my opinion it is also the coolest street that goes off from Moonmuang Road, Soi 6, since it is next to the Somphet market. Staff: Pretty friendly and relaxed with a…

Read More
chiang mai jungle flight Featured Traveling 

Jungle Flight Chiang Mai

As mentioned in my backpacking Thailand post we also did some adrenalin rushing action stuff while touring around. One thing was of course being part of the whole Songkran Festival but the other one wasn’t less wild. One day before the official start of Songkran we decided to get wild already and to be part of the jungle flight. So we went into the jungle in order to meet our flight instructors. Jungle Flight is a guided tour across the rooftops of the Chiang Mai rainforrest and is one of…

Read More
in front of Tha Pae Gate, Chiang Mai, Thailand Featured Traveling 

Chiang Mai – love at first sight

Just came back from my first trip to Chiang Mai – the rose of the North. It all went a little different than planned (over 36 hours of B&B – Bed & Bathroom. Thanks to some bad streetfood) but was quite nice anyway. Before going to Chiang Mai everybody here in Udon Thani kept telling me that I might not be able to come back in time since sooooo many people want to take the bus back on monday or that I might not find a place to stay because…

Read More