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Whether you’re traveling to the Kingdom of Thailand for vacation, or you live here full time, there’s no doubt that you want to avoid contracting any tropical diseases. The one disease that springs to mind when people are planning a trip to Thailand is malaria. Some people take a course of tablets to prevent the […]
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Looking to go trekking in Thailand? I don’t blame you. Thailand is renowned for its rolling hills, lush jungle and towering peaks. If you need some help planning your trip, and some tips on staying safe and what to pack, grab a drink and saddle up for the next 10 minutes, as we explore the […]
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Have you ever dreamed of earning money while actually enjoying life and having some freedom to explore and travel? Yes, that is a thing, really! Unfortunately, many of us are stuck in jobs we don’t really want to do for the mere reason that we need to pay bills to live. But there is another […]
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I have to say that prior to this review I had not heard of Glossika. I was contacted by the company and asked if I'd be interested in reviewing the platform for my readers. It looked pretty interesting, so I replied and let them know that I would need to fully test the platform myself […]
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Upon landing in the Kingdom of Smiles, you’ll likely be greeted by warm, sunny weather and a blast of humidity. But, before you break out the shorts, bikini, tank-top, or decide to go barefoot, keep in mind that Thai culture is generally quite modest and conservative. With that in mind, you’ll need to plan in […]
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Whether you’re taking a gap year from college or a mid-life sabbatical, seeing a country from the inside out, rather than through a hotel window, is generally a more rewarding experience. And volunteering in Thailand gives you the opportunity to do just that. It does, however, require some forethought and planning. In this post, I'll […]
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Crop burning, or slash and burn, as it has been historically known, is a major cause of pollution in Chiang Mai and much of the North of Thailand. Actually, it happens all over Thailand, but Chiang Mai has a torrid reputation for producing the worst haze (smog). One reason for this is that it is […]
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The shorelines of Thailand are a main draw for tourism, but for those who've watched Jaws one too many times, there may be some fear around swimming and diving in the turquoise waters of Thailand. It's easy to fret about the potential of sharks in the water, but while there are indeed sharks in Thailand, […]
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If there's one thing I hate about Thailand, it's jet lag. Jet lag causes fatigue, insomnia and even symptoms like constipation and nausea. Seriously, once I'm over it, it's enough to make me not want to step on a plane and go home again. Flying West to East is notoriously bad, and with 7 hours […]
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Thailand is home to a diverse wildlife that includes 1,000s of creepy crawlies – and that means spiders, too. Though there are a lot of spiders in Thailand, chances are that you’re unlikely to encounter big species in major cities like Bangkok, Phuket and Chiang Mai. In fact, you probably won’t even see these types […]
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