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The Olympics have been spectacular. From the Opening Ceremony, to the exhilarating competition, the amazing photo and video coverage, the smooth logistics, the additional entertainment and activities around the city, and most notably the kindness of the volunteers and British … Continue reading
We had a fabulous trip to Costa Rica. It was a well-timed winter break to get a bit of sun and hiking in. While it was an enjoyable holiday, it had a different flavor from some of our past holidays. … Continue reading
Travel for three is harder than travel for two. That’s no surprise. Despite the void on this blog, our travel adventures haven’t stopped, just the writing about them. As K mentioned, our blog writing time has been displaced by time … Continue reading
To finish out our blog series for our Thailand trip, here are a few things we came across that we thought were funny and worth sharing. We hopped in our taxi at the airport and found this sign on the … Continue reading
The food in Thailand is delicious. We enjoyed eating it the entire time and even had the opportunity to learn how to cook a few dishes while in Chiang Mai. Pot and Nancy, who run Siam Rice Cooking School, picked … Continue reading
We’ve uploaded a handful of photos from our Thailand trip. Have a look in the gallery. Chiang Mai Elephant Day Railay