Category: Thailand

Hua Hin

Hua Hin was just a stop on our way to Ban Krut further down south. We hadn’t planned to stay here for more than a night, and though we had a nice time at the beach and the night market, we were perfectly happy to move on the next day. Hua...

Tham Lod Cave

Breathtaking Beauty.One of the most famous attractions in the Mae Hong Son region, is the Tham Lod Cave, about 50km north of Pai. There are several other caves in the area, and you can stay closer to visit more, plus do some hiking while you’re at it – the...

Ban Krut: Beach, Beauty and Bliss

A Small Piece Of Paradise.We spent the last part of our Thailand travels in a small and relatively unknown village by the name of Ban Krut. After staying five weeks in the Chiang Mai region, we were really wanting to get to the coast to enjoy some much awaited beach...

Biking to Yun Lai Viewpoint from Pai

The Yun Lai Viewpoint is located about 6 km west of Pai town. This makes it reachable by bicycle, though I would advise you to rent one with more than one gear AND for your own sake, please ensure that your brakes are working properly! If not, the road...

Sawadee Ka, Thailand!

Arrival in Bangkok.We flew out of Paris on a Friday morning, had a short layover in Milano, and continued on to Bangkok around 2pm in the afternoon. This means that we were awake for most of the 11-hour flight! One kid didn’t sleep at all (can you say binge...

Walking With The Elephants!

The Elephant Sanctuary. A Definite Must Do!One thing that you can’t miss when in Thailand, is obviously a visit to one of the many elephant sanctuaries that exist. Unless, of course, you suffer from pachydermophobia, in which case this extremely popular activity is probably best avoided 😉 In all...