Hi.

This is the story of how we moved to Bangkok and traveled Asia as much as possible. 

Hanoi

Hanoi

Hanoi is intense. It's loud and run down and the stools in most local cafes are hilariously tiny. 

Hoan Kiem Lake

We spent a lot of time around this central and public space. On the weekends, the streets around it are closed to traffic so local families come to hang out. You can rent a R/C car so your toddler can rampage around the empty streets or blow massive bubbles at the crowds.      

As soon as I finished my run, I was stopped by some teenagers who asked if they could practice their English. I found it charming, but we chatted haltingly and they asked their pre-set questions. The lessons continued as we rounded the lake, with students of all ages, from all over the city approaching us with their notebooks. It's a smart way to get free practice but it did loose it's novelty after the 7th encounter!

Street Scenes

Team Building in Nakhon Nayok

Team Building in Nakhon Nayok

Hiking with Hmong in Sapa

Hiking with Hmong in Sapa