Prachuap Khiri Khan, or PKK, is located in the center of Thailand, along the long narrow strait next to Myanmar and the Bay of Thailand. I decided to visit this out-of-the-way fishing village because the beaches looked amazing, it was only 4 hours from Surat Thani (where my conference was located), and because Lonely Planet gave it the “sleepy village” designation in terms of a party-location. … More Prachuap Khiri Khan – Thailand
Of all the places I’ve traveled, none has gotten under my skin more than Southeast Asia. … More Falling Under the Magic Spell of Southeast Asia
The second in a series about our travels in Southeast Asia, and the slow boat down the Mekong River.
… More That Time We Stayed in a Thai Border Town Prison: Part 2
On a recent trip to Thailand, BackpackMister and I were intent upon taking the so-called slow boat down the Mekong River to Laos. We’d been staying in beautiful, sleepy Chiang Mai, one of my favorite cities of the world. Our innkeepers at CS House helped us book a trip that included everything – a night’s … More That Time We Stayed in a Thai Border Town Prison: Part 1
View from a tuk tuk in Thailand. Photo by Charish Badzinski.