Their bow game is out of control! 45’s all day! 45 is the degree of the bow, a very respectful amount. Staying at the suite there is a life I’d like to live, but even getting to live it one day was an amazing experience.
I ended up spending a week in Chiang Mai and 5 of those days were spent at the mall. I don’t like shopping and when I do it’s always online. So most of my time at the mall was spent doing all the non-shopping options. Continue reading “Living at the Maya Lifestyle Mall (Chiang Mai, Thailand)”
In Chiang Mai, Thailand, Uber rides cost between $1-2. That was amazing. The ride to the airport was a flat rate of 150THB (about $4.25USD). It’s very difficult to walk on the street there because the sidewalks are small and run down. Crossing the street is an adventure too. There’s a lot of traffic. Continue reading “Using Uber in Chiang Mai, Thailand”
This was the 2nd time I’ve ever rode an ATV. Before they started the ATV tour, our group of 4 was asked “Have any of you ever ridden an ATV before?” Naturally, I said “I ride ATV’s all the time.” This may have played a role in how I got injured during the tour. Continue reading “An ATV and an Injury in Chiang Mai, Thailand”
In August of 2016 my coworkers decided to start a small film group. In September we pitched ideas and wrote a script. In October/November we filmed it. We finished all the post production in February of 2017.
I enjoy a good challenge, but I wouldn’t do this again. I found a tour called the Doi Lom Challenge through chiangmaibicycle.com and thought very highly of my fitness level. BTW, I only use bicycles while on vacation. Continue reading “Chiang Mai 32km Bike Ride: The Doi Lom Challenge”
Flight: TG 466
Time: 3:25pm – 8:35pm
For 30k United miles and $118USD (plus $75 close in fee), I flew from Melbourne to Chiang Mai with a connection in Bangkok. Continue reading “Melbourne to Bangkok on Thai Airways Business Class”
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I’m from Los Angeles and found Melbourne to be too much like home so I found it boring. Continue reading “A Trip to Melbourne (more like, meh-bored!)”
I’m a big fan of the korean BBQ restaurant in Los Angeles’ K-Town “Kang Hodong Baekjeong.” Within the LA restaurant, they have posters of the other cities they have restaurants in, which happened to be the city I was currently if for the New Year’s break, Sydney. Continue reading “678 KBBQ in Sydney, Australia – High Expectations”
While in Sydney, I had to meet a koala and a kangaroo. I haven’t interacted with many live animals before, but I had to do this since they’re not as easily accessible in my part of the world. Featherdale Wildlife Park lets you get close enough to interact with the animals!