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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
Forget Ikea. We’re decorating the nursery from Thailand . We don’t typically do much shopping when we travel, but with our safari themed* nursery and the markets full of elephants on top of low prices we couldn’t resist. In truth, … Continue reading
Every guide book seems to start with the line ‘with the advantage of hindsight, every trip could be made better, so our goal is to give you the insights that a traveler would have upon passing through a town before’. … Continue reading
Spain is one big ‘YUM’! Between the jamon, chorizo, paella, tortilla, pan con tomate, pinchos, it’s hard to take a breath. Add to that that Barcelona has at least one of every other sort of restaurant imaginable and we found … Continue reading
No…San Sebastian isn’t ‘really’ a theme park. But, in my world, it fits the bill… The city, with a native population of around 180k, is smallish compared to Barcelona and London. It’s situated on a lovely Bay along Spain’s North … Continue reading
Our expectations weren’t high for our weekend getaway, traveling to Tallinn (Estonia) with our friends Shaun and Lottie. Under Russian and Soviet control for hundreds of years, we were prepared for a somewhat depressed and developing country. We counted on … Continue reading