your guide to my indonesia experiences on 1 page Continue reading quick links: indonesia
costa rica struck me as a rich country. almost everyone has a good command of English. the houses are concrete.even in the mountains, with proper borders. You can see horses in its big grounds, several cars, and satellite dishes sat atop of it. private rooms in hostels have a TVs, some a flat screen. all have cable TV.
but they can’t be bothered to fix the road. Continue reading rough roads and costa rica
this was more of a function of my unwillingness to party and to even get my feet wet. so why did i go? because i felt going to Thailand means you have to see the sea (i never claimed to be smart). Continue reading Too chill at sweltering koh lanta
I had no good reason to go here other than avoiding the tourist spots (aka beaches). I may have wanted to brag too: I backpacked through Thailand and didn’t go to tourist spots! Continue reading Things to Do in None-Happening Trang, Thailand
a word of advice to anyone who wants to use a laundry service in cusco: don’t always go to the cheapest joint you can find Continue reading laundry service/scammers in cusco, peru
after 2 days of not doing anything because of the non-stop rain, and the lack of things to do, we finally were able to drag ourselves out the room and walk around once the skies finally decided to let up Continue reading no, actually san ramon, costa rica has another saving grace
at this point i’m over thailand; i was excited for laos! but i wanted to see white temple, so a day trip to chiang rai was needed. i was a bit peeved that this is the cheapest hostel i can find, but it didnt appear that there are a lot of hostels in chiang rai that is listed online. and after walking the day before, i was in no mood to search for unlisted hostels again Continue reading ann hostel: a little overpriced but sufficient hostel in chiang rai, thailand