Strangely, I didn’t actually recognize this photo until a friend pointed out to me how much she liked it. In my first few weeks in Bangkok, I has taken it simply passing by a canal. But she saw something more… Continue Reading →
Khao San Road is many things to many people. It’s been described by authors as a “Place to disappear” or “a short road that has the longest dream in the world.” It’s the center of all backpacker culture in Southeast… Continue Reading →
“. . . a short road that has the longest dream in the world.” – unknown Khao San Road It’s a first stop, departure point, and a final stop for so many not only in Thailand, but southeast Asia… Continue Reading →
After a night amidst the foreigner chaos on Khao San and the surrounding area, I had a good portion of the day to pass until my train to Chiang Mai left around 18:00. The place I stayed overnight did not… Continue Reading →
Nothing wakes you up so much as an insane tuk-tuk ride first thing in the morning. I had just come from Silom to the Khao San area as my time there was up and I had another day before my… Continue Reading →
I hopped off the bus at Democracy Monument around 18:00, only a block from the infamous Khao San Road. Without the option to leave the country, as paperwork is pending on my current visa and work to do over the… Continue Reading →
Nothing that notable to say yet. I’m a native Michigander with a passion for human culture and new places, and more than that, new experiences. I have degrees in writing and anthropology and have no idea what I want to do with them. For now, I’m content with an unbound lifestyle; going where I want and doing what I can, and hopefully gaining some interesting stories along the way.