Our half day tour with Jay’s Jungle tours started around 3pm. We found a temple while exploring then got lunch and sat around for a bit. The half day tour didn’t actually go into the park but was in the areas around Khao Yai. The first stop was a freshwater spring. We got out to […]
Firstly I guess I should give some background information pertaining to the title of this blog. Queen Niung was a famous ancient Chinese queen, somehow her name evolved into the modern day term for girly, or sissy, niung niung. About halfway through last semester Micheal’s kindergarten class started to say “Mr. Micheal so niung niung”, […]
We left for the Taoyuan Airport in a hectic rush Monday morning after about 3 hours of sleep. Luckily we had seats next to each other for both legs of the flight so we could be as weird and loopy as needed. After some sleep on the plane we arrived in Bangkok around 6 PM. […]
To make up for my long leave of absence from blogging I promise to do this next part in three separate installments. Partially to make up for the near month long break I took and partially because it would be impossible to convey everything that has happened in one post. I took this break because […]
It has been a long while since I posted. Partially because I have been so busy with the day to day of living I haven’t had much time for any grand adventures to brag about, and well, partially because I’m embarrassed I have been so boring lately. We did finally hike Elephant Mountain New Years […]
Partying on a roof at ShiDa University, great view of 101!
I haven’t always been a full time resident in the place that I call home, I’ve missed a few Thanksgivings, and I have cut it close a few times making it home on Christmas Eve, but I have always been home for Christmas; this year was a first. The week prior to Christmas I was […]