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Cooking Class Chiang Mai

Brotherly love – while learning how to make a red curry paste from scratch at a cooking class in Chiang Mai 🙂 We took our classes at the Siam Rice Cooking School in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Head on over to DeliciousBaby for more travel-themed Photo Friday fun. Information on traveling to Thailand with Children. Like Read the Rest…

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Thailand Itinerary Part I

When Visited: January 2011 Duration: 12 days Thailand Itinerary Day 1: Train from Penang to Bangkok Our arrival in Bangkok is always going to be a bittersweet memory for me. My husband had managed to get me a used, unlocked iPhone for Christmas. As we gathered our things after our two-day train journey from Kuala Read the Rest…

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Cooking class in Vientiane

CAM, listening intently as his instructor shows him how to make some traditional Laotian food at a half-day cooking class in Vientiane. Like what you’ve read and interested in reading more? Subscribe to the WanderMom rss feed, follow me on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook. Related Posts [catlist tags=Laos]

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Laos Itinerary

This post is part of a series called Itineraries. In this series I document the itinerary which we used when visiting a country in summary. When Visited: February 2011 Duration: 15 days Laos Itinerary Day 1: Crossing the Mekong from Thailand to Laos There’s always a frisson of excitement about crossing a border. Crossing the Read the Rest…

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Giving Alms in Phnom Penh

The day after we visited the Killing Fields memorial and Tuol Seng, this young monk called by our hostel as we were having breakfast. Unprompted, BigB jumped from his seat to give alms and say a prayer. I think it was his way of responding to what he’d seen the day before. Head on over Read the Rest…

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Cambodia Itinerary

This post is part of a series called Itineraries. In this series I’ll document the itinerary which we used when visiting a country in summary. When visited: March 2011 Duration: 9 days Day 1: Travel day from HCMC to Phnom Penh It was easy to find a coach from Ho Chi Minh City to Phnom Read the Rest…

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Vietnam Itinerary

This post is part of a series called Itineraries. In this series I’ll document the itinerary which we used when visiting a country in summary. I realized I needed to add this information to help my friends and family who read my blog when planning their travels. Enjoy! When visited: February 2011 Duration: 21 days Read the Rest…

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Skip The Line Eiffel Tower Tour Paris

When I looked up the details on the Skip The Line Eiffel Tower Tour on GetYourGuide.com I was skeptical about the duration shown. Three hours, really? How can it take that long to walk the 4.5kms from the Church of the Madeleine to the Eiffel Tower? How am I going to keep my kids engaged Read the Rest…

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The Fort in Bukhara Uzbekistan

The Emir of Bukhara who was responsible for the deaths of Stoddard and Connelly, a pivotal event in the Great Game, lived in this fort in Bukhara, Uzbekistan (also known as the Ark). When we visited, I was in history-junkie heaven. My kids? Not so much 🙂 Head on over to DeliciousBaby for more travel-themed Read the Rest…

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Books About the Silk Road

Kim Rudyard Kipling’s book describes an India and a world that no longer exists but the writing entrances like an old-time storyteller. I re-read this book while we were traveling across Central Asia and the story pulled me in as deeply as when I was first introduced to Kim, his Holy Man and their adventures Read the Rest…

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