Our Jungle House is one of our favorite places to spend a night at in Khao Sok! The location, staff, nature, Sok river, tree houses and the fact that it's not far from Khao Sok village makes this a great place to stay.
We made a point to visit some local flair this morning at the Pak Khlong Flower market. There were aisles and alleyways filled with thousands of fresh flowers, fruits and vegetables and dried spices, teas and fruits. It was unlike any tourist hot spot we had been to yet and glad we took the time to find it. 😊
I've always loved Tom Yum soup until this girl found herself in Bangkok. This is my second attempt at Tom Yum spicy noodles and it left me in tears! While delicious, it is not for the faint hearted. 😆 ..
It is also paired with this beautiful jasmine flower trinket we had purchased at the Pak Khlong flower market earlier this morning. It was so fragrant and so beautifully crafted for 25 baht (just under 1 USD). ❤️
Hellooooo weekend! I’ve been waiting for you all week ✨ I’ve got a fair bit on the agenda, but all things I’m really looking forward to - a call/training with the gorgeous girls over a @lusticmedia, some content shooting with @natalliejean, and working on something I’ve been putting off for months that is finally coming to fruition! But it’s a surprise - you’ll have to wait another week or two to find out what it is 🤭
What are you all getting up to?!
Weekend, I'm so ready for you 😴
And on another note, if you're going to #kohlanta you need to go to @lantaanimalwelfare. The work they do is incredible. In my 6 day stay, I went twice and fell in love with this little kitty Ramen and her buds Tempeh & Miso. If I was allowed pets in my apartment, I might have 3 little kittens running around by now! #adoptdontshop
🌴Carved into craggy mountains and surrounded by wild jungle, the Kanchanaburi caves are some of the most impressive in Thailand. Getting to them requires at least a gentle trek, but don’t lose heart, the reward is more than worth the effort. Check out the full video to see why 👉 black-buddha.com/play/kanchanaburi-caves
Yee Peng Festival in Chiang Mai 🇹🇭 (sometimes written as ‘Yi Peng’) is celebrated on the full moon of the twelfth lunar month ever year, which normally means mid-way through November, but this can vary.
Those incredible photos of hundreds, if not thousands of brightly lit lanterns rising into the night’s sky over Chiang Mai is an iconic image. But did you know that these mass lantern lighting sessions are actually part of a smaller festival within the wider Loy Krathong celebrations?
As our history books tell us, this is the time in which locals believe the rivers are filled to their fullest and the moon is at its brightest – the perfect time to ‘make merit’ and set your floating kratong off on the Ping River, or light your lantern and make a wish for good fortune in the new year.
Tag the person with whom you'd like to light a lantern here!
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📸 Photo taken by @harimaolee