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Best Places to Visit in Thailand

In my early 20s I had the pleasure of living in Thailand for 2 years! I taught Business English in Lampang, a city south of Chiang Mai for a year, then not having my fill for Thailand, but wanting to move somewhere bigger, I accepted an internship at the Thai-Canadian Chamber of Commerce/Department of Foreign Affairs in Bangkok for another year. There’s soooooo much I can say about Thailand, but unfortunately you won’t find much of it here. It was long before I started blogging and from what I hear a LOT has changed. I used to make recommendations to friends about secret getaways, where there were only 3 huts, a place that only the locals knew about.They would go there on my recommendation and send me a photo of a built up resort area. Sigh, so I’ve stopped giving travel advice for Thailand. But I will say this. Spend a few days in Bangkok, then get out of the city, since that’s where the country’s real charm lies. And the people. It’s called The Land of Smiles for a reason. This post shows you just how kind Thai people can be!

Lopburi Thailand: Exploring a Monkey Town

In most places around the world, humans continue to expand their cities, pushing animals into smaller and smaller living spaces, leading to extinction and starvation. But in the small town of Lopburi in Thailand, things are a little bit different - there, crab-eating Macaque monkeys rule the town

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Crab Eating, Long-tailed Macaques in the Gulf of Thailand

Ever heard of a swimming monkey? Check out these long-tailed macaques that live in Thailand and swim to hunt for one of their favorite foods - crabs!

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Macaques in Thailand

Papaya loving macaques in Thailand.

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The Most Influential Person I Met While Living in Thailand

The most influential person I met while living in Thailand was not a celebrity nor a pop star nor a high ranking politician, although I did meet several of those. It was a humble taxi driver and his wife.

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