Recently spent my second holiday season in Thailand. Last year was pretty tough for me, so I knew I wanted to do something big this time around. What started as just getting out of Bangkok to ride horses up north in Khao Yai developed into renting an amazing Airbnb with fifteen of my favorite Bangkok kids. … More christmas in khao yai
A few leftovers from my quick shoot in Ari for KLM. One of my favorite neighborhoods – actually looking for a new place here or possibly Suan Plu…if you’re in Bangkok and know of anything, let me know:) Porcupine Cafe Tokyo Bike The Yard Summer Street Friends at Fatbird
Dedicating this post to dumping some Bangkok shots that I haven’t gotten around to posting anywhere. Inspired by my recent collaboration with KLM – found HERE (and hiiii new readers!) – I’ve decided to post some of the shots on the blog to share more of what I see/do on a daily basis. We just finished one … More bangkok daze
It is so nice having talented friends. The magical little nymph behind The Pickled Leaf is my friend Trish. She’s currently in culinary school, and her new venture The Pickled Leaf is a simple concept – bringing people together to partake in one of life’s greatest pleasures: fooooood. And it is really, really good food. The … More the pickled leaf
Recently I volunteered with PAWS Bangkok to photograph their cat yoga at Yogatique. Thailand has a huge stray animal problem, and PAWS does its best to educate and promote spaying and neutering, and also provides medical care and adoption services. I know one kitten was adopted immediately following the yoga class! I know I’d take … More cat yoga is the best yoga
I hope you guys like horse pictures. These are all from Farm Mor Por and Mirasierra up in Khao Yai, my new favorite thing about my favorite place.
A bit of random Bangkok action from my DSLR while I work on some new content for this site. What kinds of articles do you want to see? I’m thinking of heading into a more general lifestyle direction, while still sticking with the concept of travel and living abroad. Let me know in the comments!
When I lived in the Netherlands, my mother made the journey to Breda, met my friends and experienced my daily European life. This year, she added Thailand to the list. Only this time, we rode motorbikes instead of bicycles, sipped tropical drinks on a river instead of shots of vodka from a water bottle, and walked through jungles instead of cobbled streets. … More mothership has landed
I’ve had some really solid weekends in Thailand. The weekend of Wonderfruit, though, has to be one of my favorites so far. Not just a music festival, Wonderfruit also focused on food, art, and community. One of the main selling points of the event was the focus on sustainability, a fresh idea in a part of the world … More wonderfruiting my face off
Despite “spring” kind of meaning a different thing around here (essentially the promise of being wet until september – with either sweat or rain), I still feel an extra little bounce in my step when these months roll around. I miss the mix tapes of my angsty youth. These days, I make Spotify and Soundcloud … More march mix tape
Snaps from a day at Amphawa floating market with my friend Scott. A short van ride from Bangkok, I really only wanted to go here because of the temple nearby. A banyan tree has grown around it, encasing it in a thick, entangled maze of tree trunk and leaves. Absolutely gorgeous. Loves his grilled chicken. … More floating away
The holiday season in Bangkok has been a challenge. Skyping with my mother at the beginning of the month, and she said something about how I “am Christmas.” I do the decorating. I sing Christmas songs while I’m working, while I’m showering, while I’m partaking in daily conversation. I put a Christmas movie on nightly, … More a note on christmas eve