They Have Failed Us
Recently the expat and foodie community in Bangkok has been really angry with the biggest restaurant delivery service. They are unreliable, always late, orders get cancelled for no reason an hour after they are confirmed. Restaurants and diners are hurting because of their actions.
Below is an evolving list of numbers and website links for all of the restaurants I could find with direct delivery…
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We were treated to a magical 3 nights at Soneva Kiri on Koh Kood. The island is just a few hours east of Bangkok but you feel a million miles away. One of our nights there was spent dining at Benz’s restaurant. It was a luxurious and incredible, 8-course meal of seemingly-simple but complex and wonderful Thai food.
You can find more of my photography in this article on Travelogues From Remote Lands.
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Penang Island is incredible. I kind of want to move there. I was recently lucky enough to visit and stay in the city of George Town, the capital of the Malaysian state of Penang. While I was there I met with some artists and took a lot of photos. Check out my first article which was published by Travelicious here!
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Just an awesome video Tyler made from our GoPro footage of our most recent trip to Koh Samet. Turn the sound on!
As of February 2019 the Thai Consulate in Vientiane now requires appointments for visa applications. The below information regarding queueing up and just showing up at the embassy is no longer correct, if you arrive without an appointment you will be turned away and could be stuck in Vientiane for several weeks. You may wish to go to an embassy in Penang, Cambodia, Singapore or KL instead. To make an appointment at the Vientiane consulate, check their new website here.
I moved to Thailand! This has been a fantastic adventure and I am not ready to settle into the workforce just yet. I plan to spend my time studying and exploring. In order to do those things, however, I do need a visa. There are people who live in Thailand for years by exiting the country every 30 days and coming back in on a new tourist visa, but that sounds exhausting. Below is my guide to getting a student visa for the Land of Smiles.
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