3 Things

3 Things I’ve Learned While Driving In Thailand

Living in Thailand is an eye-opening experience in many ways, but driving here is a whole other thing. These 3 things are the most interesting and strange to me. 1. Who Needs a Car? ~~When you can have a scooter instead?~~ This one amazes, scares, and infuriates me all at the same time. There are many people who own cars here,… Read more →

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Monday Montage: Prayers for Bangkok

I know that I had determined to make Monday Montages about positive things, but something happened last week in Bangkok, Thailand that I cannot be silent about. Last week, two bombs went off in Bangkok, the first near the Erawan Shrine which killed more than 20 people and injured over 100. The second bomb went off the following day, luckily just showering people… Read more →

Spirit house with offerings 
By Ddalbiez (Own work) [GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html) or CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

What is a Spirit House?

Recently I was driving past another row of shop-houses being built in our area of Phuket, and I glanced a couple of men dressed in white performing some sort of ritual on a newly placed spirit house. It was just really out of the corner of my eye, but it appeared they were in a trance of some sort, so I decided I… Read more →

We went to a Sunday Brunch at the Doubletree by Hilton In Surin Beach and got to play in the pools before and after.

Monday Montage: Oops

You may have noticed last week, that I published my mom’s guest post on Thursday instead of Friday by mistake.  Yep, that was me thinking it was Friday and only realizing much after I published. Oops. Have you ever rushed a Friday? Apparently I was ready for it a day early last week. Anyways, this week I am ready to get… Read more →

Adventuring With an Over-Observer

Adventuring With an Over-Observer

My mom, Tammy, has kindly agreed to write some posts about her recent travels for us at And Three To Go! I am so excited! I have been traveling long-term for two years now and I sometimes feel that I have lost the newness and wonder of traveling, I just don’t notice as much. My mom still has that wonder and her… Read more →

Tales of Terrezial Book 1, A Tale of Green Cities. Buy it Here!

Monday Montage: BIG NEWS!!!

There is BIG NEWS here at And Three To Go! For those of you that don’t know already, I am not the only writer in our family. Chad is a published author and just this past week, he published his second book! Called “A Tale of Green Cities (Tales of Terrezial Book 2)“, this is the second book in his Tales of… Read more →

Kathu Street Culture Festival

Kathu Street Culture Festival

This past week was the holiday marking the beginning of the Buddhist Lent (Khao Phansa), which means that it was time for the annual Kathu Street Culture Festival. We attended the festival last year and knew that we had to attend again this year. Kathu is a large district pretty much right smack dab in the middle of the Phuket.… Read more →

Z pointing out the busses for me. Even at the mall here there are tour groups.

Monday Montage: Cheers!

Cheers! The new week is upon us. Monday can break us down, or we can look at the positive and look forward to some beers/wine at the end of the long day. Or whatever your gold star might be… chocolate? An early bedtime? Delving into a new book or tv series? There are plenty of ways that we can reward ourselves through making… Read more →

The Place That Brings a

The Place That Brings a SMILE To My Face

I feel like it has been such a long time since I have recommended a restaurant here on And Three To Go. Oh my goodness, it has been since March of this year! I am rather disappointed in myself. I am not sharing my food obsession nearly enough lately. Lucky for me, we went to SMILE Restaurant while we visited Khao Lak,… Read more →

I can't believe I forgot to mention the elephants that lived behind our resort in Khao Lak! This elephant would just walk around with his mahout on his back for a while each day and then him and one other elephant would roam around in the pasture the rest of the time.

Monday Montage: Sharing is Caring

I have been really feeling encouraged by all of you lovely readers. Your comments keep me coming back twice a week every week to share our life with you. I love what I have learned in the past two years, not only by traveling, but by reading other blogs, and building relationships with all of you. Sharing our experiences with you… Read more →

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