All posts tagged Traveling Thailand

Travel Colombia

I’m Tired of Traveling

I’m tired of traveling. I never ever thought I’d hear myself say that. I certainly never dreamed I’d ever put it in writing and share it with all of you. […]

Hoi An Vietnam

Faces of Asia

A photo captures the moments so often lost to memory. When I leave the house for anything out of the ordinary, I feel lost without my camera strapped to my […]

Students in Thailand

Gay Marriage from America to Thailand

Dom is the gay boy in my Grade 5 class in Thailand. His personality shines as bright as his toothy smile, and he remains at the top of his class […]

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What to Pack for Asia: 6 Essential Items

One of the reasons we travel is to experience other cultures. We’re prepared to see how the locals live, what kinds of food they eat and how, where they shop […]

Chiang Mai waterfall

Weekly Photo Challenge: In the Background

Chiang Mai is one of my favorite cities in Thailand, with its cooler temperatures, laid back vibe and its walled-in Old Town encircled by a 4-mile mote. It’s what many […]

English Camp in Thailand

3 Short-term Alternatives to Teaching English Abroad

There are many reasons you may want to teach English abroad. Perhaps you’re on a mission to give back to a community, or you want experience in the teaching field, or maybe […]

Trat beach in southern Thailand

It’s Not You, Thailand. It’s Me.

Dear, Thailand. I hate to have to do this, I really do, but the time has come to say goodbye. I know we just had an amazingly romantic holiday on […]

Koh Kood Thailand Sunset

Thailand’s Best Island: Koh Kood

Koh Kood, Thailand – From the minute our speedy ferry pulls up to a rickety wooden dock lined with stick-built houses decorated in hues of blues, greens and reds – […]

Teach Preschool in Thailand

Teaching Preschool in Thailand

I thought I was done teaching English in Thailand after my one-month summer school gig with unruly preteens, but I was wrong too assume that just because I hadn’t heard […]

Trat beach in southern Thailand

Beached in Trat, Thailand

This was my view for the majority of the afternoon today. To be honest, I didn’t have high expectations for Tan Ku Bay. Since Trat is the hub for reaching […]

Thai New Year in Bangkok

Happy Thai New Year! Today is the first day of Songkran, Thailand’s five-day New Year celebration, and yesterday was my last day of teaching cute unruly, primary school children. Read: […]

Teaching english in thailand

Teaching English (and Gossip!) in Thailand

One thing you learn fairly quickly as a teacher in Thailand is that your local counterparts love a good gossip. They aren’t particularly fussed about who showed up late for […]

You Can Do It Too by Michelle Lim

MissAdventure is excited to announce a new feature – a weekly guest post! Each Tuesday I’ll publish a story from one of my fellow travelers. Their tales will be about […]

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