It goes without saying that Thailand has hundreds of islands. Many of which are well visited like – Koh Samui which receives 1.5 Million visitors a year. Koh Jum on the other hand – if you asked the average Thai person living in Bangkok would draw a blank stare. So why am I bringing this … Continue reading Koh Jum – Koh where?
I landed from Hong Kong at 3:30am in the morning. Customs was quick and I was out bargaining for a taxi by 4:00am. When the cab pulled up to my accommodations – Krabi Pitti House. The front desk was empty, lights off with not a soul in site. You’ve got to be kidding me I … Continue reading Krabi (The less touristy version of Phuket) & Railay Beach
I will preface this chapter with – had I known that my hair was going to cause such a commotion while traveling I would have shaved my head -__- HKG Christmas… Unlike NYC, Hong Kong has incredible beaches. I had plans to head out to the beaches of Repulse Bay and South Bay beach, but … Continue reading 72 Hours in Hong Kong: Hair
I went to bed at the ass crack of dawn 4am after scarfing down rolls with condensed milk on them from Tsui Wah (in love). I woke up at the ass crack of dawn 6:30am Determined to make up from the day before, Lindsay had scheduled a HIIT class at her new gym TopFit for … Continue reading 72 Hours in Hong Kong: HIIT & Hills
HOSPITAL: I had a 5AM call time to hit the metro and head to the BKK airport for my flight to HKG. What I loved the most about my 48 hours in Bangkok, Thailand is the fact that everyone had a perma-smile on their face. The hospitality was next level with everyone greeting and welcoming … Continue reading 72 Hours in Hong Kong: Happy Valley Hospital
I barely slept last night. Karaoke & Champagne = lit – had me be upright in my bed from 4am onward. Instead of staring at the ceiling I began to pack my bags preparing for my impromptu trip to HKG. Feeling jet-lagged I started to somewhat dread the 11am Muy Thai class B so graciously … Continue reading Muy Thai-land