The more food tours I do the more I am convinced that there is no better way to learn about where you are and who the locals are then to eat what they eat. Whether it is a scorpion or a dumpling, the kind of food people eat is representative of their culture, their surroundings and a lot of times their economic beginnings. Continue reading Thailand: Buffalo Street Food Tour
Press trips can be really exhausting. It is lots of being ushered around to jam in as much as possible in a short time. Never the less I was excited to be going on my first official one. Even if I wasn’t all too sure where I was headed or what I would be doing. Continue reading Surin, Thailand : Silk Weaving, Ruins and Elephants!
This year has flown by. Looking ahead I see the same thing happening again. I both love and hate it. It is exhilarating to have so much to look forward to but also makes you want to be able to reach out and hold onto something. Continue reading 2015: End of the Year Travel Recap