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Adventures of The A-Team


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The Final Hurrah

Tuesday, 2 Mar 2010 | Views [531]

After the train from Khao Yai we spend one night in Bangkok (we treat ourselves to air-conditioning) and jump on a minivan the next afternoon to Ban Phe, a two and a half hour ride South. Then hop on a ferry stuffed with people and goods to the island ... Read more >

Photos: Surin/Khao Yai/Kho Samet

Monday, 1 Mar 2010 | Photo Gallery

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Generosity Continued...

Monday, 1 Mar 2010 | Views [480]

We wake at 4:30am, brush our teeth and make our way over to our friends who are stationed in front of the tent shop, already goofing around. We were able to piece together the night before that the group of 5 is working on their senior project together ... Read more >


Sunday, 28 Feb 2010 | Views [584]

When we last wrote Alex and I were on our way to the market in Surin to purchase some items to make Hor Mok  at Pirom-Aree's. We asked Aree if she would be willing to help us make this dish and if we could use her kitchen to do it. After a little ... Read more >

Photos: Surin

Saturday, 20 Feb 2010 | Photo Gallery

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Pirom - Aree House

Saturday, 20 Feb 2010 | Views [2127]

  The trip from Siem Reap to Surin was as exciting as advertised. Our shared taxi comprised ourselves, our bags, a giant bag of sand or something, 5 other people including the driver and more items in the trunk of a 95 Toyota Camry. The first two ... Read more >

Tags: elephants, silk

Photos: Bangkok

Saturday, 6 Feb 2010 | Photo Gallery

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Bangkok and Beyond Part I "Keep your arms and legs inside the Tuk Tuk'"

Thursday, 4 Feb 2010 | Views [492]

Fortunately, we got some really cheap bus tickets while we were on Ton Sai that would take us all the way to Bangkok. Unfortunately, these were the famed "Joint Tickets" that Alex had painfully experienced on his last trip to Thailand. Basically ... Read more >

Geography is very useful

Wednesday, 27 Jan 2010 | Views [508] | Comments [1]

Today is the end of our stay on Ton Sai. We've had a great time and we're sad to leave. We decided to not bring a rope and draws on our trip since we'll be doing a lot of traveling without climbing. We didn't realize that it would cost more than twice ... Read more >

Tags: climbing

Photos: Ton Sai

Saturday, 23 Jan 2010 | Photo Gallery

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A destination

Wednesday, 20 Jan 2010 | Views [433] | Comments [1]

After days of nearly non-stop travel we've finally settled into a beach bungalow on Tonsai Bay, the climbers paradise. So far its living up to its reputation. I wont bother explaining how beautiful it is and how fun it is to see all the jungle animals.... Read more >



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