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My Apartment in Zaragoza, Spain

I thought I’d give you all a little taste of what my digs are like here in Spain and post some much needed photos. At the end I’ve given some pros and cons to the place and a rent/utilities breakdown for anyone who’s interested. It may surprise you to know that our rent is considered ‘expensive’ for a one-bedroom apartment but since we’re in the city center, I can’t complain.

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Zen & the Art of Motocy Riding in Bangkok: Part 2

For this series I’m featuring a guest writer, Reid O’Brien-Lambert, a motorbike extraordinaire and personal chauffeur to yours truly. After riding motorbikes through various Thai cities, towns, jungles, and islands over the last 2 years he is an expert in moto culture and the rules of the road. See Part 1 of the series here. Continue reading Zen & the Art of Motocy Riding in Bangkok: Part 2

Zen & the Art of Motocy Riding in Bangkok: Part 1

For this series I’m featuring a guest writer, Reid, a motorbike extraordinaire and personal chauffeur to yours truly. After riding motorbikes through various cities, towns, jungles, and islands over the last 2 years in southeast Asia, he still considers himself a beginner in the culture and rules of driving motorbikes. Continue reading Zen & the Art of Motocy Riding in Bangkok: Part 1

Vaccinations

While living in Bangkok, I was lucky enough to get very inexpensive vaccines needed to travel to more ‘remote’ areas in Southeast Asia, and also a Rabies series! I like to think at this point I am a pro at the Thai Travel Clinic, so here is some information about my experience there: Continue reading Vaccinations

Thai Tourist Visa

Many foreigners traveling to Thailand or working in Thailand without a work permit know the frustrations and confusion surrounding Thai Visas. There are a lot of rules to keep in mind as well as limitations to where you can get your visas, and it can easily become overwhelming. So after hours and hours of research, trips to most popular Thai borders, and some silly mistakes that cost me thousands of baht, I have assembled this little guide for your convenience. Your welcome! Continue reading Thai Tourist Visa