The Thepnaree Christmas Show

Considering the incredible amount of effort that was put into producing this Thepnaree Bilingual Program Annual Christmas Show…I’d say that it deserves it’s own blog post. If only to gratify the literally countless class periods that were stolen from me in order to let these kids practice for their Christmas show. Which ended up being 2-3 hours every day for these last 2 weeks. And Teacher Boo even got … Continue reading The Thepnaree Christmas Show

Like Daughter Like Mother

Teacher Boo where have you been with your blog? Okay, I know, I know! I have been slacking on my gypsy life in a truly unforgivable way. Jesus what was the last thing I wrote about? Bangkok? Well, the weekend after that I stayed in town and the weekend was such nonevent that I literally cannot remember enough to write about it. But do not fret! There are … Continue reading Like Daughter Like Mother

Same Ol’ Lampang and Dance

Let’s get to some traveling, shall we? Friday passed pretty quickly because I was anticipating my impending mini-vacation to Lampang. I say mini because Lampang is basically our neighbor. It’s only about 2 hours south of Phrae. And I wish that I could say there was some travel drama, but unfortunately for the drama queens following this blog…there was not. In fact, Bri and I figured out … Continue reading Same Ol’ Lampang and Dance

Brenna’s Continued Obsession With Chiang Mai

I’ve been getting so many nice comments about the content of my last blog post. So thanks you guys. Makes me consider maybe writing philosophically about travel more often?! That being said, I do have to continue the ongoing Thai narrative or else you will be lost way behind. Let’s dive in, shall we? With complete terror and apprehension I approached the head of the … Continue reading Brenna’s Continued Obsession With Chiang Mai

Stereotypical Philosophical Travel Post

Why travel? I’ve been going over in my head, trying to think about what exactly pulls people to travel. (And by ‘people’ I kind of mean backpacking young people, not like old couples who take cruises. This post doesn’t apply to them). And I think because I have spent a considerable amount of time blogging about traveling, I have earned one of those cliché, white … Continue reading Stereotypical Philosophical Travel Post