Tieland to Thailand

Quit Your Job – Sell Your Stuff – Travel Abroad

..."We spent last year selling everything and paying off thousands in consumer debt, planning our wedding, and ultimately figuring a way out of the daily nine to five. Twelve months later here we are living a truly free and location-independent lifestyle, currently in Chiang Mai, Thailand"...

Baan Suan Krua, A Homestay in Samut Songkhram

Baan Suan Krua a homestay in Samut Sngkhram ThailandWe love Thailand’s homestays for their unique character and personalized service. So when we were introduced to this homestay in Samut Songkhram called Baan Suan Krua, it was love at first sight. In a town not far from the southwestern outskirts of Bangkok, it’s the perfect place to spend a long weekend getaway for 1500 baht (about $45 USD) per night.

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Songkran Expectations Versus Reality

Songkran Expectation vs Reality

Songkran is one of Thailand’s most popular and coolest festivals. It’s up there along with the Running of the Bulls in Spain and the Holi Festival of Colors in India. And while it attracts millions of people from around the world, there are a few things you should know – a little Songkran expectations versus reality, per se – before going to the world’s biggest water fight.

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