Time goes fast when you’re having fun! It’s hard to believe that I’m in Chiang Mai for over a month already. As soon as I heard that domestic flights were going again as of the 1st of June, I booked plane tickets to Chiang Mai. Given the Corona circumstances everything went quite smooth. A 1,5 hour drive to
The self-quarantining period is over. However, nothing much has changed since almost everything is closed and I’m not allowed to cross the province border yet.
Day 7 of quarantine, and we’re getting bored of our hotel room. Unfortunately, 7 more days to go.
As our hotel in Ao Naang was closing their doors, we decided to go to the North-East of Thailand, to a town near Poppy’s family. We booked a flight from Krabi to Bangkok and another one from Bangkok to Udon Thani. When I arrived in Bangkok a few days before, the airport was almost empty
On our first full day at Ao Naang, we rented a motorbike. Since I don’t have the proper driving license, and Poppy didn’t trust my driving skills because I only have been riding a motorbike once in Koh Chang in 2019, she urged me to sit on the back instead of driving myself. Even after