CAT N A CUP

What do you do when your in Chaing Rai? Go to the temples? Go to see Elephants? Or go to a cat cafe, of course the latter!  Dave has been dying to go to a cat cafe ever since he came back from Atlanta and visited one there so when I saw one recommended on trip advisor I knew I…
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CHIANG RAI | TRAVEL DIARY #43

Day one in Chiang Rai and we decided it was time for us to try a traditional Thai massage. I was a little nervous as I had heard how they could be a bit painful but the lady in the salon insisted we tried one. First off we had a lime foot bath which was a nice touch and then…
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BAMBOO ELEPHANT SANCTUARY

Our second to last stop in Thailand was Chiang Mai, and we knew we wanted to visit an elephant sanctuary when we got here. We had done a lot of research online to make sure we went to one which was ethical and treated the elephants well. We came across a few companies that offered a ‘no riding’ experience but…
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CHIANG MAI | TRAVEL DIARY #42

Day one in Chiang Mai and me and Dave were both craving a sandwich or toastie. We looked on trip advisor and after a windy back and forth walk we finally found My Secret Cafe. This place was really popular and many people had come here to work and for meetings. The food here was really good just nice and…
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Free People Puffer Coat
Free People Pink Stone Necklace
Tarte Contour
Isle Of Paradise Tan Drops
ABH Sultry Palette
White Long Sleeve Top
ABH soft glam
Madeline Olivia E Book
Liz Earle Superskin Oil
Black Top Shop Shoes
BaByliss Defined Curls Tong
Hollister Dress

BANGKOK | TRAVEL DIARY #41

First stop of the day was Jim Thompsons house, he was an American that moved to Thailand and launched a huge silk business. In 1976 he disappeared never to be seen again which  started one of the largest land searches in south east asian history. His house has now been turned into a museum, most of which has been kept…
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