Posts Tagged ‘Thailand’

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From DC To Delhi

While planning a 3 month backpacking trip, Lena Jackson made a proverbial 180 degree turn in her thought process. Why just wander through various countries when she could use the time working to become a filmmaker. With this new mission in hand, Lena left Washington D.C. and headed for Delhi. Her blog is a recounting [...]

The Asian Traveler

The Asian Traveler is June, an Asian women on a mission to explore the world. Her blog is a colourful exposition of Asian destinations, well known and little known.


[F]oxymoron’s trip to India, Thailand and Cambodia may have just come to an end, but his blog is well worth checking out if you enjoy short, snappy prose with a healthy dose of humour and set against a beautiful website design.

The Professional Hobo

In 2006, Nora Dunn decided to trade in her comfortable life as a financial planner to travel the world with her partner, Kelly. Their travels have taken them through the United States, Canada, Thailand and Australia, amongst other places.

Jamie Sinz

Jamie and her boyfriend Nik left their cushy life in America to live abroad in Thailand. They both blog about sojourns around Thailand and other parts of Asia.

Tuna Fish Ice Cream: Interview with Phil Goldman

When Phil Goldman turned 30, he hit the road armed with a credo: Taste the tuna fish ice cream.

As he travelled throughout Asia, Phil worked a diverse range of jobs – from playing jungle guide in Thailand, to posing as a nude model. Why? To taste the tuna fish ice cream of course!

TravelBlogs caught up with Phil to learn what this fuss about tuna fish ice cream is all about.

Modern Day Nomad: Interview with Nomadic Matt

It all started after a short trip to Thailand in 2005. Returning to his native Boston, Matt knew he wasn't content settling for short holidays. So he set out to travel the world for 537 days straight.

Matt's back in Boston now, but not for long. He's planning to head off on another long-term adventure, travelling through Europe, Asia, Australia, New Zealand and beyond.

In the meantime, he took a bit of time to tell TravelBlogs about how his love for travel was born, his experience returning home and life as a nomad.

Euros Ate My Dollars: Interview with Ben and Brittany

Occasionally, I receive an email from a reader suggesting I check out a new blog. A while ago, one reader strongly recommended Euros Ate My Dollars, the entertaining travel blog of Ben and Brittany, a couple from the United States on an 8-month trip through Europe and Southeast Asia. Ben and Brittany have just arrived in Thailand after spending the past six months working their way through Greece, Italy, France, Spain and Portugal.

They were happy to tell me a bit more about their trip so far, why they decided to do it in the first place, and what it's like travelling as a couple.

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