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    Two Weddings And A Fever

    Smells Like A Wedding! I was so honored and excited to attend the marriage ceremony of one of Heather’s childhood friends Josh Miller and his Thai better half Pui (Poo-EE). Josh is a Jackson Hole native who moved to Chiang Mai 6 years ago where he met the love of his life at a rock […]

    December 7, 2011 4 Comments Travel
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    An Elephant Never Forgets

    It was the best of Thai. It was the worst of Thai. Elephants have been a revered creature and symbol in Thai culture since the country was called Siam, carrying warriors into battle against Burma. The image of the Asian elephant is still emblazoned on a variety of Thai canvases from a weathered temple ruin […]

    December 6, 2011 4 Comments Travel
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    Four Favorite Footprints in The Big South (of Thailand)

    Dreams of the secluded south of Thailand often do not add up to reality. The secret’s been out for years, and that perfect beach you want to find to feel severed from the city grid? Get ready to make some friends. However, sand doesn’t break or bounce back. It absorbs, and even the perpetual pattern […]

    November 23, 2011 6 Comments Travel
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    Trading Places: Phuket, Ko Phi Phi & Krabi

    A week on the beach was just what the Sherpa ordered after two weeks on the trail. Surprisingly, the western-branded property provided the closest feeling to coastal seclusion in the over-developed south of Thailand. Malisa Villa Suites, Kata Beach, Phuket Pros: 1. On a street with Thai massage parlors, sarong-sellers and Cafe Opera, a cute […]

    November 12, 2011 7 Comments Live a Little
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    The Airport Diaries: Flying through BKK, You Would Have No Idea

    We unfortunately had to connect straight through Bangkok instead of spending a few days there as planned given the devastating flooding tormenting the city. We were steeled to enter a crazed airport with a dearth of drinking water. However, with the bored shopkeepers, plenty of sundries and a normal sized crowd, if you didn’t watch […]

    November 12, 2011 2 Comments Travel