Tag: thailand

Sleepy Starbucks and Caffeinated Sins in Phuket, Thailand

Just because I am on vacation doesn’t mean that I don’t still wake up early and seek out coffee. Apparently, I must be the only one that visits Phuket, Thailand and still desires and espresso at 7 AM. I can … [continue reading]

Planes, Trains and Elephants – My 2009 Asia Trip Overview

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 … [continue reading]

Chiang Mai, Thailand

It seems I missed a post. I posted about the cool things I did in Chiang Mai, such as the Thai cooking class, elephant training and playing with tigers, but I didn’t mention the town itself. Chiang Mai … [continue reading]

Traffic Lights and Menus in Thailand and Cambodia

As much as a bad user interface annoys me, I really enjoy discovering an excellent U/I. While in Thailand and Cambodia, I noticed a brilliant user interface. They place a second counter on traffic lights. When a light turns green … [continue reading]

Elephant Training Video and Photos

The long awaited video and photos to my day of elephant training are finally ready. Enjoy my gracefulness! This highlight video was made using Windows Live Movie Maker, which I just downloaded and am still learning how to use.… [continue reading]

Ninety-Four Coffee – Bangkok, Thailand

During one of my urban hikes through the streets of Bangkok, I discovered Ninety Four Coffee. It was a Western-style coffee house serving a full complement of espresso-based drinks and pastries. Comfortable chairs and big windows. The name Ninety [continue reading]