After spending a few days in Chiang Mai, we decided to head out to the hills and spend a couple of days in a small town called Soppong (also called Pang Mapha).
We arrived in Chiang Mai from Siem Reap after connecting switching planes and airports in Bangkok. Timing wise it all went pretty smooth and we basically walked onto a shuttle bus at Suvarnabhumi airport just before it left for Don Muang airport.
Our first full day in Thailand was hot and busy. We are staying in the Banglamphu area which is the oldest part of Bangkok and where most of the best temples are located.
On our second full day we hung out in Bangkok for the morning, hitting a cracker of a market for food!
We spent a lot of time coming up with a fantastic itinerary for our upcoming 5 week trip to Thailand and Cambodia.
I stepped outside this morning and the crisp, sunny air and the neighbour’s incense instantly triggered a memory for me.
So I’m sitting there, wondering about kiteboarding. I’ve heard that the equipment is easy to carry around, it’s pretty easy to learn, and you can kiteboard in all sorts of wind from weak to strong.
Monthly subscriptionitis is a deadly disease and one that is difficult to avoid. Our house currently has monthly bills for internet access, land phone, unblock-us (ip spoofing), Netflix, Mercy’s cell phone and my cell phone.
I’m another one of those periods again where some of my sporting gear is wearing out. Most of that nice, quality bike stuff that I bought 16 years ago is slowly being replaced.
Every time I hear Peter Fassbender on the radio, I get really angry. He presents a lot of information in a way that is anywhere from mildly to extremely misleading.