The Traveling Canadian
Quitting, whether a job or a habit means taking a turn so as to be sure you’re still moving in the direction of your dreams. In this way, quitting a job to go vagabonding should never be seen as the need of something grudging and unpleasant. Rather it’s a vital step in the beginning something new and wonderful.
What you've done becomes the judge of what you're going to do - especially in other people's minds. When you're traveling, you are what you are right there and then. ... full info
Erawan FallsA 7 tear water fall that you can go swimming in.
Tiger TempleWhat can I say about this place except this has been the high light of the whole trip so far. Being able to be this close to so many tigers is something I will remember for the rest of my life.
Chiang MaiFlight of the Gibbons is something else that I will remember for the rest of my life.
Border crossingThe morning I woke up to cross into Laos this is what I woke up to see.
Pak BengThe small little village we stayed on the first night on the 2 day boat ride into Luong Pha Bang
Luong Pha BangAmazing group of people that I met while on the boat but we stayed together the whole time in LPB.
Akca VillageThis village was my first real taste of the poverty in Laos.
Vang ViangOther than the drunkenness of tubing, there was still so much to see here.
VientianeThe first real disappointment of my trip was stopping in the capital city.
Wat PhouA cool little place that not many tourist's stop at because it's off the beaten path. I'm so glad I went because I ended up meeting one of the coolest guys that I've traveled with so far.
4000 IslandsEverything about this place was just so laid back.