Early in my 4 week trip to Asia, I discovered that slow upload speeds would prevent me from posting my travel blogs in a sequential timeline. Now that I have all my posts finished (finally), I can assemble them in order with links. I bolded the more important posts. At the end of the post, I list some of my trip favorites.
- MAS and Big Buddha
- One Night in Bangkok and the World’s Your Oyster
- Missing Circuit City at the Floating Market
- Floating Market Video
- Traffic Lights and Menus in Thailand and Cambodia
Chiang Mai, Thailand
- Thai Cooking Class – Chiang Mai, Thailand
- Why I Dislike American Dentists and What I Did About It
- Elephant Training in Chiang Mai, Thailand
- Elephant Training Video and Photos
- Here Kitty Kitty
- 3 Tigers, 1 Lion and MAS in a Cage
- Tiger and Lion Videos
- Chiang Mai, Thailand
Ko Samui, Thailand
- Ko Samui, Thailand
- Feeding a Crocodile in Ko Samui, Thailand
- Elephant Video
- Playing Tug of War With an Elephant
Siem Reap, Cambodia
- A Holiday in Cambodia
- The Fish Massage – Siem Reap, Cambodia
- Floating Village – Siem Reap, Cambodia
- Cambodian Landmine Museum
- Angkor Wat – Siem Reap, Cambodia
Bangkok, Thailand (return)
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Next Stop: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Arrived in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Carbohydrate Observations From Malaysia
- Batu Caves – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- More Carbohydrate Observations From Malaysia
Seoul, South Korea
- Favorite Place: Chiang Mai, Thailand – Great food and great activities.
- Favorite Tourist Spot: Angkor Wat – Beyond amazing.
- Favorite Activity: Elephant Training.
- Favorite Photos: Night shots of Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur.
- Favorite Video: My graceful “head first” climb at Elephant Training.
- Favorite Food: Bangkok, Thailand and Chiang Mai, Thailand.
- Favorite Airport: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Favorite Meal: Baby chicks on a stick in Ko Samui, Thailand for under $1 USD. (on right in photo below)
Will I return? Maybe, but probably not. I’m the type of traveler that would rather seek out a new destination than return to a place that I’ve already visited. With that said, I would not turn down a chance to return to Bangkok or Chiang Mai.