The trip to Haikou was quite a random one. I wanted to surprise WJ with a (very belated) birthday trip, and the nearer countries were all in the midst of their rainy seasons. So I looked a little further and found Haikou, a 3.5 hour flight away. It has supposedly clear weather in November, albeit […]
Barely 3 hours away, Gunma is a convenient getaway from the bustling Tokyo city very much like how Hua Hin is an escape from Bangkok. But unlike Hua Hin, the prefecture has a rather “unpopular” reputation amongst locals that there’s nothing much to do there. I beg to differ. There’s so many things to see […]
4 hours from Bangkok, Hua Hin is more than just another getaway for the locals escaping the hectic city life. We show you 5 reasons why you should totally make this your next romantic stop. #1: Take a romantic stroll along the tracks at Hua Hin Railway Station Built in 1921, the train station connected […]
Night markets are inherently a part of Thailand’s culture and are also what most tourists look forward to when visiting. While Hua Hin is not really that big, there are 2 night markets that you need to visit.
It’s been ages since I went for a proper walk. And no, walking the short distance from the office to lunch does not count. So WJ and I decided to gather the family and head to Upper and Lower Peirce Reservoir for a hike. And after the 20km hike we did at Ozegahara in Japan, […]
With just an hour to rush for the last bus off the peak, WJ and I hurried under the glaring sun. We lifted our aching legs up the stony steps, the last bit of the trail after walking through the grasslands and through the forest. FINALLY. We ran to the bus with just 3 minutes […]
I don’t drink wine. Or rather, I don’t drink any form of alcohol. Never liked the taste and the bitterness it fills my mouth with. So what was I doing at the Monsoon Valley vineyard? For the view, of course!