Top 10 Unique Hotels in Bangkok

by Beth Whitman (December 8th, 2012)

I use Bangkok as a jumping off point for many of my adventures, specifically when I travel to Bhutan and Burma. That puts me there at least twice a year. Sometimes I stay in budget hotels and sometimes in more, well, mid-range hotels (such as the Amari Boulevard, one of my faves). But Bangkok offers [...]

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Judging a Book, er Traveler…

by Beth Whitman (June 4th, 2012)

Last fall I was in the Bangkok Airport at a food kiosk. I was waiting in line to get a fruit smoothie for breakfast and there was a gentleman in line of front of me. It was super early and we were practically the only ones in the whole food court. He was an older [...]

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Round the World (and back) this Spring ~ Photo of the Day

by Beth Whitman (May 25th, 2012)

To say the least, my travels this spring have been surrealistic. In 2 months’ time, I was in Thailand, Bhutan, Italy, Germany and Zambia. Oh, and Texas. I haven’t done the math, but I might have racked up 60,000+ miles. The strangest moment came for me was when I was in Zambia looking over images [...]

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