Northern Thailand’s Smokey Season

When I picture places like East Asia in my mind I find myself imagining small villages full of huts with thatched roofs and shanty towns where families cook dinners on open fires. It‚Äôs funny how even after spending quite a bit of time traveling around east Asia and seeing how westernized it’s truly become, my…

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A Day To Remember

Elephants have been an integral part of Thai culture for thousands of years. ¬†Not only do the creatures play an essential role in the Buddhist faith, the dominant faith of the country, but they were used as tools in the teak logging industry as well as war machines in the ancient Thai army. ¬†These creatures,…

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Haoma. Fine Dining The Farm To Table Way

Hello my Nomads!! So, if you haven’t noticed I recently celebrated a Birthday and thanks to my amazing father and stepmother, got to take a little two-week break from writing. ¬†In those two weeks, the night before my birthday in fact, I decided to treat my travel companion and I, Geeky Greeky as I have…

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Penny Royal Farm

Welcome back dear reader. ¬† Last week in honor of Alice‚Äôs birthday we offered to give her a brief vacation from blog writing and provide her with a copy about our sustainable studies on Laucala Island in Fiji. ¬†Alice‚Äôs stepmum Samantha led the charge on that initial installment about the animal husbandry and amazing food…

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A Leap Abroad to Fiji

A Special Guest Column to Celebrate Alice‚Äôs Birthday By Samantha Good & Christopher Kirkham   As you can see from the byline above, this is not a blog by Alice but rather her dad (Christopher) and stepmum (Samantha). We thought it would be fun to give Alice a break this week to celebrate her Birthday!…

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Bangkok City Farm

Recently I have learned a very important lesson, trust google maps. ¬†No matter how illogical the path may seem on your tiny hand held mobile devices screen, trust it. ¬†DO NOT suddenly decide you are smarter than the entirety of the internet and zoom in on all the supposed side streets the map shows and…

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