Baja Ferries, Topolobampo, Los Mochis, and the scarlet T

Public transportation around the world often brings up the Southeast Asian adage same same but different. This bus has a reclining chair, this bus has a bunk bed, but what are they in the end… a bus. Usually similar with one little difference. Taking a ferry in Mexico from the Baja peninsula to the Mexican … Continue reading Baja Ferries, Topolobampo, Los Mochis, and the scarlet T

La Paz – Lobos del Mar, our first Malecon, and first taste of Mexico

In Southeast Asia we never stayed in place longer than 5 nights. This created an almost constant rhythm of every other day neatly packing our bags back in order, hopping on a new bus, and moving onto our next location. We developed a mantra; new day, new city. Hanging out in Cabo San Lucas by … Continue reading La Paz – Lobos del Mar, our first Malecon, and first taste of Mexico

Bangkok – Big City Lights, Ferris Wheel, and Goodbye Southeast Asia

When we started planning our trip to Southeast Asia we didn’t really have firm plans on what we wanted to see aside from a few things in Vietnam. We knew in May we would be meeting Mandy’s family for a planned family vacation and figured 3 months would be a good amount for Southeast Asia. … Continue reading Bangkok – Big City Lights, Ferris Wheel, and Goodbye Southeast Asia

Kanchanaburi – The River Kwai, Erawan Falls, the Death Railway and Hellfire Pass

With only a handful of days before we had to leave Southeast Asia we took off down south from Northern Thailand via bus for Kanchanaburi. Having taken buses in Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, and now Thailand we have to say Thai buses (or at least the one we took) was fantastic. Plenty of leg room, also … Continue reading Kanchanaburi – The River Kwai, Erawan Falls, the Death Railway and Hellfire Pass

Chiang Mai – Temples of many colors and tattoo’s

With only just shy of 3 weeks to see Thailand, we had to make a difficult decision early on. Either try and cram all of our time we had into a whirlwind 1-2 day per stop journey from the north of Thailand to the south with no time to breath, or to take our time … Continue reading Chiang Mai – Temples of many colors and tattoo’s

Pai – Sunsets, relaxation, and living in the now

Along our travels we have met a good amount of people who recommended Pai as a location that we could not miss. After hearing we had quit our jobs and were traveling the world many even suggested we would get stuck in the “Pai hole” as it is known. In fact, many of our fellow … Continue reading Pai – Sunsets, relaxation, and living in the now

Chiang Mai – Our fourth new year of 2019 and Songkran Water Festival

Our trip has had a whole bunch of strange coincidences along the way where we arrive in a city at the precise moment something unique and culturally rich is happening. On our transfer flight out of Guangzhou China to Saigon, fireworks were shooting off into the air across the city. I know we are awesome, … Continue reading Chiang Mai – Our fourth new year of 2019 and Songkran Water Festival