Before arriving to Chiang Mai, I expected it to be a budget-backpacker paradise. For years I’ve been hearing (and reading) about how affordable it is to live in Thailand, and Chiang Mai in particular. However, I also found the city to be luxurious, too. My personal travel style is one that bridges the gap between the two.
Since first starting Bohemian Trails nearly five years ago, I’ve heard nothing but rave reviews about Chiang Mai. Yet, it always seemed so far away and out of reach. Fast forward to this summer when my husband and I spent some time in Hong Kong. One of the biggest perks about living in Hong Kong is
This post is written by Global Basecamps. Thailand has it all: ancient ruins, holy temples, elephant rides, world-class parties, and so help me Buddha, the very best, cheapest street food I have ever tasted. There is one other thing you will encounter while touring here though: other tourists. Tons of them. When we travel, many