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How did I lose weight naturally: travel and eat what locals do!

  If you are here, the chances are that you got hooked onto this captivating title so read on. Whatever the reason, this post is going to be about one of the things that get me really excited: how to effectively reduce weight, eat delicious food and not make...
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Our dreamlike getaway from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai, Thailand

By relocating to Chiang Mai we unlocked the less touristy and more authentic Thai feel. For my birthday, I got treated to a trip away from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai, the northernmost province in Thailand. Initially, were planning to spend my birthday in the South of...
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Durdle Door: Go Back Millions of Years In Time at UK’s Jurassic Coast

Visit Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove that date back Millions of years How many of you would agree with me on the idea that the summer time should be spent and cherished in Europe and the late autumn until early spring is nothing else but ideal for keeping warm in the...
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Not a clue what to pack for Thailand? The Clever Guide to His and Her Packing List

  Do you dread packing your suitcases as much as we did? Deciding on what to bring on the short-term trips around Europe is a lot easier than travelling to Asia but this not anticipated task can turn almost pain free if you stick to some guidelines. Here you can...
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Hilly Doi Mae Salong Village and the Story of the Isolated Chinese Tribes

  When the sun-deprived holiday makers think of Thailand, they immediately picture in their heads paradisal tropical beaches, balmy wind and fine sand bathing their weary feet. Stop here, there’s more to it. The less touristy North of Thailand is where you’ll...
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Bua Thong Sticky Waterfalls Situation… A wonderful gem near Chiang Mai, Thailand

Whether you are slow traveling, backpacking or on a family holiday in Thailand, you should not miss out on a day trip to Bua Thong Sticky Waterfalls, nearby Chiang Mai. I dare to say it is one of the underrated but praiseworthy activities in Chiang Mai. Here is why....
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The Sea of Dazzling Lavender Fields in the UK Countryside

See the purple sea? You’ve reached the lavender fields in UK For those of you who can’t make it to see cherry blossoms in Japan, there are comparative alternatives – the dazzling purple lavender fields. Whilst Asian nature is utterly fascinating, the European...
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Benefits of being Multilingual – Does it really help when travelling?

    Today’s post is inspired by our stay in Portugal. If you decide to move to a foreign country without speaking the local language, things may be a little tricky, especially at first. But what challenges you is what shapes you as an individual. If you...
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Slow Travel vs. Backpacking in Asia – How to Choose?

  Our short stays in Cambodia and Vietnam were coming up to an end. Next stop – Thailand. This time  for a much longer stay of about 3 months in total.  There was a big question we needed to ask ourselves: the way we would travel. In a nutshell, there are two...
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Chiang Mai Apartment Hunting: Your Starting Point To Living In Chiang Mai

If living in Thailand is on your bucket list, then this should be your first-hand guide, based on our own experience. We didn’t use any real estate agencies to find a condo in Chiang Mai and I doubt you would need to. There are many condos to rent in Chiang Mai Old Town and surrounding areas such as Nimman, with many young and driven expats from all over the world.

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